Monthly Archives: May 2012
Deserve A Medal is a fantastic iPhone app designed to allow you to honour someone who has done something great, you feel should be recognized. The application is ideal for sending awards and recognition to work colleagues, friends, or family.When you load this free app, you are presented with the option of taking a photo of someone with the iPhones in build camera, or choosing from your previously taken photos from the standard iPhone photo album.
This process is all as quick and as simple as you expect and really does not need to be anything but simple.When you have the photo of the person you wish to send a medal to, the app will allow you to place the medal of honour around their neck.
The wait has finally come to an end after the free download version of the Spotify App was released by Apple. The App which was previously available on the iPhone has been upgraded and is now available for the iPad. The users of Spotify music service were left perplexed about the delay of availability of Spotify App for the iPad. But, after signing a brand partnership with Coca-Cola the good news finally came that Spotify App had been made universal.
The App has now been updated and is available as a single download for all the iOS devices. Though it is available free of cost but one needs to sign up for premium account to be able to use it consistently. The subscription rules of Spotify make it clear that one cannot use it continuously if he is not a premium member. If one does not subscribe to the premium membership then they only get a 48 hours trial run of the App.
The login screen of the app has a beautiful Spotify logo along with a wall of album covers scrolling and transitioning from the view at the background. Immediately after you log in you will see the interface being crammed with different information and options, but still the main sections manage to be usable and are listed in the left side docked in the side bar. You can integrate a built-up playlist seamlessly along with the playback media bar.
The best part of the app is that one can see the new songs and trending playlists in the Whats New section and theres also the recommended music playing built at the center stage with a cover flow type interface. If you dont find the docked media bar impressive then you can have a full screen view of the track being played and share them through Twitter, Facebook, or e-mail. Though the App took time to come to the iPad it is surely a pleasure to view and use the seamless music playback.