Lifeware Solutions just gave us the opportunity to review their application called Moon Gardening for the iPad. They have also created some other cool apps like Fishing Deluxe and Moon HD Pro. Moon Gardening is very similar to Moon HD Pro but is more dedicated to the Gardening side of things.
The moon is a very powerful tool in helping to predict the future. The moon phases influence many aspects of life including human emotions, relationships, blood pressure, and even plants. The moon pulls tides in the oceans which in turn causes moisture to rise and encourage plant growth by allowing the plants to get nutrients faster.
If you take a look and study the moon phases you can gain a lot of information. With regards to gardening you can figure out the best times to plant, prune, weed, and harvest. Moon Gardening displays what the moon will be like on a daily basis and will also give specific gardening tips for that day. The app also give a ton of gardening reference websites to check out as well.
As with all Lifeware Solution’s apps the graphics are amazing and the app is laid out very well. One of the coolest features is the ability to add your plants to the application and get reports and alarms of when you should water them. You can even add pictures so you can easily spot the plant your looking for in a long list. This app is just filled with information and a lot of it may be over your head at first, but if you take the time to learn and understand it, it is all very valuable information.
If your looking to become a better Gardener that Moon Gardening for iPad should be a must on your purchase list. It is only $0.99 and if you learn how to use the tool properly your garden will flourish.read more
The New iPad has had a major improvement in battery technology yet it still has the same run time as the iPad 2. The new battery is not much bigger in physical size compared to the iPad 2 but it holds a lot more juice. The New iPad battery is 42 watt-hours while the iPad 2 had a 25 watt-hour battery. This new battery runs a bit warmers and uses more juice because it has to power a retina screen and faster processor.
Because the battery is larger in capacity it also takes longer to charge. We are getting reports that it is taking hours longer to charge compared to the iPad 2. This may be a major inconvenience to some, so make sure if your getting the New iPad to know that you will have to charge it overnight almost every night. We will have more accurate reports on how long it takes to charge after the release of the new iPad this Friday.read more
TopClassActions is reporting that iPhone 4S users are in the beginnings to file a Class Action lawsuit against Apple over the misleadings of their voice assistant Siri.
“Are you unhappy with Siri? You’re not alone. A federal class action lawsuit claims the voice-activated Siri assistant on the Apple iPhone 4S doesn’t work as advertised, and is simply a ploy to lure customers into paying $100 more for the 4S.
The Verge reported that Apple sent invites for that iPad 3 event we all have waited for. It will be held on March 7 at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco at 10 a.m. PST. The three app icons featured on the shot hold small clues: The Maps icon shows an infinite loop (it is the “who,” as Apple’s address is 1 Infinite Loop); the Calendar displays Wednesday, March 7 (the “when”); but the keynote app is mystifying.
This news officially exposed CNBC’s report calling for a March unveiling in New York City inaccurate. True to Apple’s form, the invite teases with an iPad close-up shot featuring a finger touching upon the Calendar icon. The tagline reads:
We have something you really have to see. And touch.
Both the wording (“something you really have to see”) and the image appears to confirm the long-standing rumors of an ultra high-resolution Retina Display (2048-by-1536 pixels), reportedly the key selling point of the device. Also interesting is lack of the physical home button—assuming the close-up was meant to depict iPad 3 in portrait orientation.read more
Apple has settled the iPhone 4 antenna problem via a class action lawsuit. There were 18 separate cases that were consolidated into one class action suit. When the iPhone 4 was first launched there were many reports of customers experiencing low signals, dropped calls, and an overall degradation of service when holding the iPhone 4 in your hand without a case or bumper.
Apple initially tried to dove the problem stating that it was a software issue and that they would put out a software fix. Apparently that was not the case and they decided to launch the Free iPhone 4 case program, which entitled customers to get a free case to fix their problem. Now, 2 years later, Apple has officially settled and will be providing eligible customers $15 in cash or a bumper case. The lawyers claim that 25 million people may be eligible.
The website http://iPhone4Settlement.com will have all of the details on the case and how to make a claim. Apple will send out an email to all eligible customers notifying them of the situation. If you think you were affected, keep your eye out for that email. We will provide more information here as we get it.
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