Posts Tagged ‘Smartphone App’

Freshman Week: The 5 Best Apps for Freshmen

While a large part of the college experience is about becoming independent, responsibility is the biggest byproduct of independence. For many, dealing with the transition to college life is natural; others may struggle to lead a balanced, organized life. In the past, we’ve often talked about ways students can organize their lives, as well as ...

The Dos and Don’ts of Productivity Apps

It’s hard not to become obsessed with productivity. The world constantly asks more and more of us, and we bend over backwards to balance our responsibilities. This is especially tough in college, as you’re just discovering and enjoying independence. In order to keep up with your studies, you’ll attempt to schedule your life effectively to find ...

3 Excellent Free Traffic Apps

You never know where bad traffic will screw up your commute…unless you get an app that keeps you informed, of course. There are plenty of apps to guide you, but they range in cost — from $1 to $35 (hello there Tom Tom). You don’t need to pay all that, though, since some very smart, ...

Breathometer: A Keychain Breathalyzer for Smartphones

Breathometer: A Keychain Breathalyzer for Smartphones

A new device has been created with the hope of reducing the number of drunk drivers on the road by giving smartphone owners a simple way to check their blood alcohol content before getting behind the wheel. Breathometer is a small, keychain-ready device with a retractable 3.5mm plug for attaching to the headphone jack of ...

Task Hammer: An Android To-do App with an RPG Twist

There’s no short supply of task managers and to-do list apps for Android. Many are simply ports of popular desktop apps, others are simply trying to squeeze into the already overcrowded productivity app market. The problem with this market is, despite the endless variety of apps, each and every one of them seem to have ...