Top 5 Free iPhone Apps for the iPhone Beginner

Posted on August 22, 2012 in iHospital iV

Purchasing your very first iPhone is an exciting endeavor. Downloading free iPhone apps from Apple’s App Store can be just as exciting. However, there are so many apps in the App store that it can be overwhelming for new iPhone users to sort through what’s amazing from what’s junk. Luckily for you, our D.i.D. Doctor of iDevices are here to share 5 free apps that are…



Vanderbilt University

Posted on August 14, 2012 in Applications

Application – Vanderbilt University  – Score: 4 IV’s – FREE What is the Vanderbilt University app? The Vanderbilt University app is the official application of Vanderbilt (Vandy) University located in Nashville, Tennessee. It was designed to keep in touch with Vanderbilt University in an easy and enjoyable fashion. It also includes a very useful calendar feature. What did you like about it? This app is…



Say Goodbye to the YouTube App in iOS 6

Posted on August 8, 2012 in Apple News, Breaking News

The iOS 6 Beta 4 which was just released to developers does not include a dedicated YouTube app. This is a big surprise as the YouTube app has been included on the iPhone operating system since 2007. This is a surprising move as more and more people are using their mobile devices to watch YouTube videos. For example, according to YouTube: Traffic from mobile devices…



WinterBoard Review for Jailbroken iOS Devices

Posted on August 2, 2012 in Applications

Jailbroken Applications – WinterBoard – FREE – Score: 4 IV’s What is WinterBoard? Winterboard is a must have application for any jailbroken iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. It allows users to customize almost every aspect of the iOS appearance. From text bubble colors to custom fonts, WinterBoard is a great tool for personifying your favorite Apple device. To get WinterBoard, you must have a “jailbroken” iPhone,…



3 Ways to Keep Your iPhone Hack Free

Posted on August 1, 2012 in How To

CNN recently reported how all your iPhone apps could be hacked at once which quickly led to privacy concerns and Internet buzz about how to keep your iPhone hack free. This paired with the recent Trojan Loophole has been keeping the Apple engineers up at night working hard to keep your iPhone, iPad and Mac’s hack free. But, as die hard Apple fans, we know…



How To Get the NEW Emoji’s

Posted on July 27, 2012 in Applications

Application – Emoji 2 – $0.99 – 4 IV’s What is Emoji 2? Like the Emoji Keyboard we previously wrote about, Emoji 2 is a new and updated set of emoticons that you can insert into iMessages, Instagram posts and much more. What did you like about it? If you love adding emoticons to your iMessages, you’ll love all of the 300+ new emoticons that come…



Twittelator Neue

Posted on July 13, 2012 in Applications

Application – Twittelator Neue  – $2.99 – Score: 4 IV’s What is Twittelator Neue? Twitterlator Neue is a Twitter client application that can be used with iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. It requires you have iOS 5.0 or later installed on your Apple device. What did you like about it? I like that this application feels like a new version of iOS inside of an app. Additionally,…



USA Today for iPad

Posted on July 6, 2012 in iHospital iV

iPad Application – USA Today for iPad  – Free – Score: 3 IV’s What is the USA Today for iPad App? The USA Today for iPad application allows readers to read USA Today on their iPad’s. What did you like about it? The brand new USA Today app makes it faster, easier, and more fun to read articles and watch videos from the popular news publication. Your…



Finally! Apple Launches a New Dedicated Podcast App for iOS.

Posted on June 27, 2012 in iHospital iV

Did you know 45% of Americans have listened or watched a podcast? With the release of iTunes 4.9, more and more people are subscribing and becoming addicted to podcasts dedicated to every interest and industry.  Guess who released a dedicated podcast app for iOS? You guessed it – Apple!  It was rumored to be released with iOS 6 but Apple jumped the gun and released…



Why CloudOn is Our Favorite Productivity iPad App

Posted on June 22, 2012 in iHospital iV

CloudOn was the very first application to bring Microsoft Office to your Apple iPad and link it to your DropBox account.  This is a great app for Mac fans that still have an ongoing affair with Microsoft Office.  For those of you on the fence between Microsoft Office or iWork,  make sure you check out our previous post, Do You Prefer iWork over Microsoft Office,…


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