You by no doubt know that I am a self proclaimed todo list junky in search of the perfect task management app for each of my devices. Recently, I had become somewhat irritated with my previous favorite app, Taska. Don’t get me wrong, Taska is every bit as awesome as I had originally found it. It was just getting too time consuming entering in tasks. So with the last of my iTunes card, I purchased Sorted. Money well worth spent. Allow me to share why.
Alongside Apple announcing its plans to bring the iPad to 9 more countries including Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain, Switzerland and the UK on Friday, May 28th, it also announced that the device would be available for pre-order in these countries, both online and in-store, starting today.
Let’s be honest, we’ve never really had a logo. I mean, we’ve dabbled sure, but we thought it time we had something a little more recognizable. Something which would convey the Apple-focused aspect of the site – and it being Sunday, otherwise known as a slow news day, we thought we’d put on our creative heads and re-design our logo for RazorianFly.com.
Well, I’m not sure if this is deemed illegal or not, but a certain website has recently come to my attention, which offers users the ability to mass download iPhone OS 4.0 (beta 3) in exchange for a donation via @Paypal.
Ever since the iPad was first announced, it has carried with it the tag-line “A Magical and Revolutionary Device, and an Unbelievable Price” – and this slogan didn’t exactly help the initial reception of the product by the international market, with people citing products on Apple Online US cost far less in price, than those in the UK and internationally, claiming when the device hits overseas later this month, it’s price will be far from ‘Unbelievable’ as advertised.
We have a great committed base of writers here at RazorianFly, but we want to take this to the next level.
With the App Store growing at such an exponential rate, and the introduction of the iPad alongside the iPhone and iPod touch, covering every new application to hit the App Store can be quite challenging at times.