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iPlan for iPad Review

iPad App - Designed for iPad only
By Angela LaFollette on May 6th, 2013
Our rating: starstarstarhalfstarblankstar :: CLEAN CALENDAR
iPlan syncs perfectly with Google Calendar and iCal, and it has many features that make it a worthy candidate for replacing both.
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Calendars Go Social With UpTo

Posted by Blake Grundman on July 31st, 2012
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: ORGANIZED :: Read Review »

Life is busy enough as it is, without having to figure schedule balancing into the mix.  With so many different calendar services like iCal, Google Calendar and even Facebook events, it is becoming impossible to keep up!  Now what if we told you that there was an application that could bring these distinctly seperate worlds together, all in the palm of your hand?  Say hello to Upto, because it is ready to transform your social life for the better.

Not only does UpTo allow you to monitor your life across platforms, but it also adds in a new social aspect that allows users to share events and even comment on plans with all of their contacts.  There is even a dynamically adjustable group system that ensures that no one is ever left out in the cold.  Let us know if this free app transforms your social life the way they claim.  Who knows? With the kind of press it has been receiving, it could very well be the wave of the future.

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Howto: Moving to the iCloud

Posted by Rob LeFebvre on October 25th, 2011

Apple's new iCloud service is the promise of MobileMe made real. Imagine a PC-free future, traveling our world with an iPad, iPhone, iPod touch and yes, even a Mac or PC, without ever having to sync them together again. Apple's got that future started with iCloud, and we spent a little time trying it out. We've untethered our iPhone and iPad and we're here to tell you how to do it and how it works.

Before we start, though, here's a quick video, right from Apple, explaining the concept.

iPhone Unleashed
iCloud wants to be the basis of our wireless future. The basics of iCloud are contained in the settings app on the iPhone and iPad, the System Preferences on a Mac, and the iCloud Control Panel on a Windows PC. First up, we needed to update our iTunes to version 10.5, then our iPhone 4 to iOS 5, via that new iTunes. When activating a new iOS device, users will see a couple of new screens to walk them through the iCloud setup. The best way to do this is to log in with an Apple ID, either one that already exists, or creating a new one from the iCloud screens.

For details on how to deal with Apple accounts in a family or work group, check our article iOS 5, iCloud, and iTunes – Set Up in a Multiple Device Family. If a MobileMe user, transition that account to an iCloud one here: Me.com. In addition, users can use the iCloud web interface if away from their own specific devices: iCloud.com.

Hit the jump for even more info about iCloud.

Week Calendar Review

iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad
By Chantelle Joy Duxbury on March 28th, 2011
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar ::
Trying out yet another Calendar app, right?
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Appigo Todo

iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad
By Gary Lucero on January 21st, 2009
Our rating: starstarstarstarhalfstar :: HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
Appigo Todo is a task management app with a streamlined user interface. It includes ways to tag and otherwise set todo items apart, robust search and filtering, and is augmented by several synchronization options as well as tight integration with Appigo N
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