App of the day 8: Shhmooze.

The both great and terrible thing about the Internet is when using social networks, you can go weeks, months or even years without knowing what the people you’re talking to look or sound like. That’s great! It allows you to hide behind your keyboard and mumble things...

App of the day 7: Jelly SMS.

I’m sorry to say that this is the second app that’s specific to Irish iPhone users. Sorry about that but it’s an app that’s really worth writing about. In Ireland we have quite good phone tariffs that provide a certain amount of voice, text messages and data depending...

App of the day 6: TaskList.

Continuing with my ten apps in ten days posts today I’m going to look at a cool little app called TaskList. As they say, this does exactly what it says on the tin. It doesn’t sync with any services, it’s not flashy, it’s purely functional but it’s very useful. This...

App of the day 5: KyPass.

Day five and the iPhone apps just keep on coming. I’ve discussed password strength and security on this blog a few times over the past few years. I can’t over state this at all. If you don’t have strong passwords, it’s entirely your own fault if your security is...

App of the day 4: iSocialize free

Welcome to day four of the ten iPhone apps in ten days series. Today, I’ll look at a social network app that I use primarily for Facebook but that also works with Twitter, Google plus, YouTube and loads of other social networking sites. iSocialize is a very simple...