148 Apps on Facebook 148 Apps on Twitter

Tag: Integration »

Livescribe Announces Livescribe 3 Smartpen Integration with Beesy

Posted by Tre Lawrence on February 11th, 2015
iPad App - Designed for iPad only

Note taking app Beesy now supports the Livescribe 3 Smartpen. The new combo allows folks to manipulate data captured on/by the Livescribe 3 from within the Beesy task management app.

With the Livescribe 3 and Beesy, professionals can take notes with a real pen on paper and turn their handwritten notes into reusable digital text. To simplify organization, customers can create comments, tasks or drawings just by tapping short-cut buttons printed at the top of each page in their Livescribe notebooks. The Beesy app automatically turns those notes into professional meeting minutes, project tracking documents and organized task lists complete with assignments and due dates for team members.

We had an opportunity to review the well-regarded Livescribe 3 Smartpen last year. It's available for $149.95 via the Livescribe store, and Beesy is available for $5.99 (with optional-in-app purchases, one of which is Livescribe add-on) on the App Store.

HondaLink Announced - Brings Aha App Integration to Deliver Personal Radio Station to 2013 Accord

Posted by Jordan Minor on July 20th, 2012
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad

Plenty of drivers have already discovered how integrating their smartphones with their cars can lead to better driving experiences. This fall, Honda owners will get to try out a new kind of connectivity system called HondaLink. Combined with the Aha Radio app, HondaLink looks to give users a fresh way to enjoy their content on the road.

Aha Radio seems to work like an audio version of Flipboard. Users feed the app with their various personalized media sources like songs, radio stations, audiobooks, podcasts, and social networking sites and are then presented with a custom audio stream for them to listen to while driving. Users can also monitor traffic conditions as well as search for directions to restaurants and other local hotspots. All of this is done through the hands-free voice recognition controls, steering-wheel controls, and in-dash controls that HondaLink provides. That way, users can stay safely connected without even touching their phones.

HondaLink arrives this fall with the 2013 Honda Accord. Meanwhile, the Aha Radio app is available now for free on the App Store.



[gallery size=”thumbnail”]