FREEBIE!!! Today only, Chase customers can get a free download of Eric Clapton’s new album, I STILL DO, from iTunes. There are a few little catches. You must have a Visa card from Chase that is eligible for Apple Pay That Visa card must be enrolled in Apple Pay You must have an iPhone 6 … Read More
Hitlist is a new app for itunes and android users. It claims to find best travel deals and has gotten good reviews. Enter to win neato airplane bottle openers.
These 3 apps are now free on iTunes. Runr is only free this weekend. I am not sure if the price reduction for Globo and Dr. Panda’s Airport is temporary or permanent. GLOBO Globo is a world clock. When I travel, I get lost in time (Heck, I get lost in time even when I … Read More
Cute alert here! the Japanese National Tourism Organization has an adorable free Hello Kitty app, that I just downloaded from iTunes (you must download this before leaving for Japan). The app contains a collection of region specific HELLO KITTYs with local themes or features in the costume or the background. There are more … Read More
When it rains it pours with discussions of iTunes’ Apps. Now, in celebration of the Apple store’s 5th year anniversary, many top-selling apps are temporarily reduced to FREE. As reported on BGR.com, some of these apps are normally as much as $20. Traktor DJ (iPad) Traktor DJ (iPhone) Infinity Blade II Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP Tiny … Read More
FlightTrackPro is a great app developed by Mobiata for iPhone, iPad and iPod, and available on iTunes for $9.99. FlightTrackPro gives real time information on flights, displays cool maps, and also syncs itineraries with Tripit. It is consistently described as a must-have app by frequent flyers. Right now, FlightTrackPro is Starbucks’ “App Pick of the … Read More
There is an interesting free app free on iTunes called Days. Days is described as a visual diary that lets you capture and share a whole day of photos at once. (I once saw a Days photo post by @jonk on Twitter and knew I had to try it sometime). This is how Mashable described … Read More