Meet the Hex-Styli, a multi functional stylus that Mobile Fun reckons is one of the best on the market. They sent me one to try out. This six-in-one stylus has a omnidirectional stylus tip for accurate on-screen interaction, integrated ballpoint pen for jotting down notes, a printed ruler on the body, a built in spirit level, and a Phillips
Want to see my blogging office? Well here it is… As you can see I am an iPad girl, with a bluetooth keyboard (thanks to Black Friday last year) to make things nice and easy and a very useful Spider Podium to give me a good view of my screen. I also have my phone
I honestly don’t know what I would do without my iPad. I bought it on the day the iPad2 launched, for the simple reason that I really (really) wanted one. Since that day it has been so well used I’m surprised it’s not worn out (it certainly looks well used!). I use it for everything:
I was recently invited to review my choice of case from Ideal Cases, an online company who specialise in customisable cases for your phones, tablets and other gadgets. There are a wide range of cases to choose from on Ideal Case. Naturally I went for a case for my iPad 2, and I chose the
I’ve been meaning to blog about the two iPad games I’m completely addicted to for a while – ever since I started playing them in September last year. Unfortunately every time I’ve thought “I must write that blog post” I’ve ended up playing the games rather than opening iA writer. Oops. I downloaded both games
One of the problems with upgrading to the iPhone 5 or the new iPad is that because Apple changed to their new lightning connection, using old accessories requires new cables or adapters (or new accessories entirely). Whether you believe lightning is genuinely better (faster, smaller, etc) or that it’s just an exercise to make our old accessories defunct, the
Secret Garden – Milhouse’s front garden in The Simpsons Tapped Out
Like many people I have been eagerly awaiting the iPhone 5 announcement. I’m no fan boy but I do love my iPhone and don’t go anywhere without it, and I really love having new tech. I’ve been out of contract on my iPhone 4 since January, sitting on a price effective O2 simplicity rolling contract while I
News – This is how I generally read the news these days.
What Are You Reading – Flipboard is a fabulous iPad app for reading blogs and other things, I definitely recommend it. Use the tag SnapHappyBritMums here on Splodz Blogz to find all the photos from this challenge.
Draw Something is the latest app to hit the games app market. Everyone seems to be talking about it. I blame my sister. She told me to download it a week or so ago. We always enjoyed Pictionary when we were kids (and still do) and this is just perfect. The premise of the game
It’s perhaps one of those iOS apps you either love or hate. I’ve been using instagram on my iPhone for a while now and I’m in the love camp – I like how you can easily crop and add filters to your photos and share them on twitter and Facebook. I also like how other instagram
Did you download Great British Chefs after I wrote about it? If you did or you didn’t you might be interested in this follow-up app – the Feastive Edition. Here you have 60 new recipes from well known chefs, all with a festive theme so you can pull out a show stopper of a Christmas
Great British Chefs is a recipe book with a difference. Well it’s not a book at all – it’s an iPad App. With the new Great British Chefs app foriPad, iPhone and iPod Touch, 12 of Britain’s most celebrated chefs have come together to connect food lovers with stunning recipes. Putting 180 dishes in the palm of your