This week we are reviewing a Mac application that claims to recover lost iPhone data. UltData is however also released for Windows.
Why do people loose data on their iPhones, you might wonder? Well, the first good reason is that you can have deleted it yourself. Or what if your iPhone gets damaged and you still want access to the data? I’ve had already personally lost all my contacts one day, because of a bad iCloud sync. So plenty of reasons, they are all listed on the website if that interests you.
Tenorshare UltData can help you in 3 Recovery modes.
1. iPhone data recovery without backup
2. Restore data from an iTunes backup
3. Restore data from an iCloud backup
TouchTunes, the largest in-venue interactive music and entertainment platform, today announced plans to release its newly redesigned mobile app in April. The new app allows users to be the DJ and take control of TouchTunes’ jukeboxes in 65,000 bars, restaurants and other social hotspots across North America. Its interface boasts an intuitive, music-first design, a personalised user experience and improved usability, enabling users to find nearby locations, search for music, import playlists, earn rewards, and play their favorite songs like never before.
As a faithful reader of this site, you might’ve noticed that we’ve just reviewed this application, however this is version 2.0, a new full point release. The previous review you can read here.
Le Menu Dit has a better translation in this version as well as an improved user interface with better instructions and a new Feedback page. So let’s translate some menus and see for the results.
The first menu I tried was interesting because it has fish too, fishes are hard to recognise when you don’t speak the language, while everyone worldwide knows what chicken or taco means. “6 Oysters on the half shell” was translated into “6 hunters sur la demi-coquille”.
iOS developer Stefano Galizia from Beautiful apps, has released his third application in the Appstore, this time it’s an alarm app. Not just an average alarm app, but a useful one like the name implies.
Until now I must admit that I’ve only used the standard iOS alarm since 2007, but UsefulAlarm got me interested to change this habit. The app can wake you up with radio, which is something I really like. At work I listen in the morning to News radio and the afternoon to alternative radio.
This week I’ve been waking up with my favourite radiostation and must admit that this is really much nicer, it’s more subtle and relaxed to wakeup versus the harsh normal iOS wakeup sound.
This week we are reviewing a travel app, it’s called Ctrip. You might guess from the name that it’s a Chinese travel app. In fact Ctrip is China’s biggest and leading travel agent, which has released a nice iPhone application.
For our international readers it’s an opportunity to learn about Ctrip because they are a competitor with the booking.com’s of this world.
Although Ctrip is Chinese, it doesn’t mean that you can’t use it if you’re not from China. By default the app gives hotel prices in Yen, but that can easily be changed to almost any important currency of the world, in the settings menu. The same applies for languages.
At first glance the app looks nice (important) and is super intuitive, all scrolls smooth and is quick. The app consists of 4 main topics;
4. Flight Status
USMobile, a developer of private mobile services, today launched Scrambl3 (Scrambl3.com, pronounced “scramble”), a smartphone App for the iPhone and iPad enabling users to make the world’s most secure calls and messages (requires iOS 9.2 or higher). USMobile’s collaboration with the NSA, IBM and Apple has produced the first Enterprise-grade Calling and Messaging App for the iPhone and iPad.
What Makes Scrambl3 So Secure?
First Enterprise-grade secure mobile voice and messaging App illustrated
“Existing consumer-grade calling and messaging mobile Apps from Blackberry, Skype, WhatsApp, Symphony, Wickr, Silent Circle and others don’t go far enough to protect people from hackers seeking high-value information,” said USMobile CEO Jon Hanour. “Only Scrambl3 takes the additional, critical, step of creating a ‘Dark Internet Tunnel,’ – USMobile’s Top Secret-grade Virtual Private Network (VPN). In this unique way, communication is ‘Cloaked,’ or made invisible to those who wish to intercept it,” said Hanour, calling the result “the first Enterprise-grade mobile security App.”
As reported by Livestrong.com, people who want to lose weight, improve their fitness level, and boost their well-being can take a major step in that direction by choosing a diet that includes plenty of high protein, low carb foods. And now, people can make the journey to a healthier, fitter and leaner body simpler and safer thanks to the new app Zone Diet - Realistic Choice for a Low Carb High Protein Diet (a.k.a. Zone Diet).
Developed by Apps Genie Ltd., Zone Diet is a simple, yet powerful all-in-one knowledge hub that features practical tips, videos, articles, tools, meal delivery information, and more - and all of it is designed to help people get informed, feel empowered, and maximise their results.
There’s some great news from FineScanner, the amazing mobile document scanner, now includes ABBYY’s breakthrough BookScan technology. Finescanner is the first iOS App in the world for scanning books with your iPhone and iPad. ABBBY’s proprietary BookScan technology automatically finds the edges of a page and captures an image without having to press a button. All you have to do is place your smartphone on a document and BookScan begins scanning automatically.
“We developed BookScan technology over two years of intensive R&D. It simply has no peers in the mobile capture market and it has no analogies. You don’t need to have a scanner for books, bills, contracts or other paperwork – just use BookScan.
Allset (http://www.allsetnow.com), a mobile app for restaurants and busy lunchtime eaters, is launching today their service at 40 restaurants in NYC.
Allset expands to the East Coast after successfully launching the app with 50 restaurants in San Francisco and Palo Alto. From today, restaurants in New York are eligible to use the app and allow lunchtime diners to book a table, pre-order their food, and pay their bill. Using Allset saves diners up to 40 minutes of their time, which is usually spent eating out during the lunch rush.
This week we’re reviewing Air Printer - Manage and Print your Documents created by Pilcrow AG and recently updated to version (1.1.0). It costs $2.99 and is placed in the productivity department of the App Store. Air printer is more than what it sounds like, yes it supports Apple AirPrint and handles that very well, but Air Printer is more of an advanced File Manager with good PDF integration.
A File Manager isn’t needed anymore now that we have iCloud Drive, I hear you thinking? Well at least that was my first idea before I started reviewing this app. Apple, especially under Steve Jobs, liked to hide the File System from the users as much as possible.
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