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It's been a few weeks since the emergence of Twitter #music and thus a very worthwhile time to see what the Twitter-sphere is listening to, and whether or not this app really does help people discover something new.
A few years back, we took a look at the official app of the Toronto Maple Leafs, but since the team is about to start a playoff run for the first time in nearly a decade, I felt it worthwhile to give this app another look.
On Thursday night, Canadian prog-rockers Rush were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, further cementing the fact that a lot more people get this band's music than I do. What I do get, however, is its wonderfully constructed app for iOS users.
You know how I know that you haven't downloaded 4 Pics 1 Word yet? Because if you did already, you'd be too engulfed in it to even have the time or energy to track down this story.
The boys of summer are back and swinging for the fences, as is MLB.com's At Bat app for iOS. If a baseball fan wants to keep track of everything going on with his favourite team(s) while on the go, this is the place to be.
Companies like to brag. In the business world, it is a necessary evil and a tactic used in part to gain attention from the masses, and to take away the spotlight from competitors...
Concerts happen every day around the world, and with so many people liking more than one band, it can be challenging to keep track of all applicable tour dates. This is where Bandsintown comes in.
Late last year, I told you about the Nike FuelBand, a digital health product that when strapped to a person's wrist is able to track the total number of Fuel points that have been gained each day. Today, we look at the corresponding app.
I'd been waiting on it for a while, but last week Amazon.ca finally launched an iOS app for the Canadian consumer that may prefer online shopping to the in-store experience.
The condensed National Hockey League (NHL) season is in full swing and the contenders are separating themselves from the pretenders. Meanwhile the Budweiser Red Light and its corresponding app is quickly becoming the coolest thing my basement has ever housed.