This clever little app helps solve one of life's big questions; 'Am I paying too much?" ...IF The Warehouse stocks the same item. Simply scan the barcode of a product and the app tells you a) if they (Red Shed) have it b) the price they have it at c) where and how to get to your nearest one and/or d) order it online from your smart device. That's pretty cool and will likely start a price war and battle of apps with Briscoes and Farmers jumping in. Free on iTunes and Google Play.
MMX...a redneck extravaganza involving trucks on oversized wheels doing impossible acts. Well, if nothing else, that sounds right up my alley! After fighting through the ranks in machines I named 'King Kaos', 'Heavy Hammer', and 'Daddy Demon', 'The Thing', a Hummer-esque machine of biblical proportions is the beast I intend to get me to the top. Great game, great graphics, but the ads get annoying.
Free Video (Pro); a great app in the vein of Clip or KeepVid for iPad and iPhone. Simply use the browser to find your video and either save it into the app (minus pop ups and ads) or cache to memory. For the guilty-minded there is also a password-protected 'secret' folder which could only be found by complete accident. The free version has ads which do get annoying, hence my purchase of Pro.
ANZ's FastPay app for anyone in business so CC payments can be processed on the go.last Friday, for a mate's fundraiser for cancer treatment, it came in useful for ensuring auction items were paid for on the spot.
While the Flixster app isn't really any different to say something like IMBD it is a great portal for me to stream or download my UltraViolet titles such as the two shown on my account. As more come available it is a must for parents who have the need to occupy kids on long drives and flights. Best for larger capacity phones and tablets.
like water in a desert to me while The Ashes were on, Aldridge's new Sky GO app replaces iSky on desktop, but finally now pushes context to mobile devices.and despite what you think, data usage is not bad at all.