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Easy does it through Ezi-Mail
Starsoft announces availability of its Ezi-Mail App, which is ready for download from the Windows 8 Store.
Do aggressive advertisers pose a greater privacy risk?
Is the line line between aggressive advertisers and malware getting blurrier?
App of the Week - You don’t know Jack
Omg. This game is so much fun. It’s like real live game show on TV, kind of.
Android App of the Week - Grabaseat
I always forget to check grabaseat so I always end up missing out on the good deals that come up.
Android App of the Week - Facebook
Instead of reviewing a new application, I wanted to take a moment to point out how awesome the Facebook app is.
Are mobile apps appsolutely fabulous?
When it comes to mobiles, global consumers prefer apps over websites. Do you?
Android App of The Week - Guess the Movie
These guessing games are really popular right now, but my favourite so far has to be the Guess the Movie app.
Mobotix premium solution hits App Store
Free app allows businesses and home users to control their video security systems no matter where they are in the world.
Android App of the Week - Photoshop Touch
I rarely ever review paid apps, basically just because I am a big cheapo. But oooh. Photoshop Touch for your phone? Yes please.
TVNZ launches Ondemand app
Free app available from the iTunes App Store - including the iPad, the iPhone and iPod touch app.
Android App of the Week - SwiftKey Keyboard
There’s nothing worse than a bad keyboard on a touch screen phone, and my phone came with the.worst.one.
Android App of the Week - Simple MP3 Downloader
Now, I’ve had this app for a while to avoid any scary detection notifications from my internet provider for downloading music for free off the net.
Android App of the Week - NZ Fishing Rules
Kiwis love summer and summer means fishing, so an app that helps you look up all those fishing rules would really come in handy.
Android App of the Week - What's the Word?
This is a simple, fun word puzzle game that is so basic it’s lucky it is so darn addictive.
Waikato team make Microsoft Imagine Cup final
Students make the final of the 2013 New Zealand Microsoft Imagine Cup by developing an app to help absentee-parents maintain relationships with their children.
Enterprise developers ready apps for BB10
A host of applications for the workplace developed by enterprises and enterprise developers will be available when BlackBerry 10 launches on January 30.
Oo look! Microsoft mobile strategy might not be stillborn after all.
New research indicates Microsoft's mobile strategy has some run in it yet.
Kiwi firm behind Anne Frank Diary iPad App
New Zealand firm breaks new ground with the global launch of The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank as an interactive iPad app.
Android App of the Week - SkyScanner
Compare thousands of flights worldwide with the Skyscanner app.
NZ ranks 7th in smartphone privacy risk
New research reveals when it comes to smartphone app use, New Zealand has been ranked 7th in the top 10 countries at risk of privacy exposure.
Enough BYOD; now it’s bring your own app
Tired of the endless BYOD stories? Here’s a new one for you. Bring your own app.
ASB app links up with Trade Me
ASB customers can make payments directly to Trade Me sellers in the latest enhancement to the mobile banking app.
Panasonic launches Trade Me TV app
First of its kind rolled out across the country as pundits herald a new dawn for online shopping.
Android App of the Week - Tune In Radio
After discovering the wonderfulness of The Rock FM radio app, my friend turned me to Tune In Radio...