Posts Tagged Productivity
Juggling free time to spend with friends and family can be a surprisingly stressful business. How often have you found yourself wondering when to fit people in, or worse of all, finding yourself with some extra time that you didn’t realise you’d have, thus not having a plan sorted out? It’s a blessed curse really, and it’d be so useful to be able to use that time better. Enter the solution: Glomper Free Time.
Glomper Free Time makes it much simpler to share free time with friends, colleagues and even strangers (if you so wish), by hitting the “I’m free” button, selecting a time and duration, with the app determining the location automatically.
Any friends nearby with the app can then see who’s available and what kind of activity they want to get involved in for that period of time.
With enough users, Glomper Free Time should prove a great way of utilizing time better as well as meeting up with potential new friends. Just remember to encourage friends to sign up at the same time as yourself.
Glomper Free Time is out now and free to download.
There’s a plentiful supply of grocery list apps out there but new app, Grocery List – Buy Me A Pie! is hoping to stand out from the crowd with some very useful features.
Predominantly is the ability to sync lists between all the family’s iOS devices so that each person can add items on the go. This should save users plenty of time as they attempt to consolidate numerous lists, instead the app does it all.
Grocery List – Buy Me A Pie! works through not just iOS devices but also the buymeapie.com site to ensure that it’s always possible to add something to the grocery list for consultation at a later date.
Other features include a word prompting tool which suggests words, items that are automatically grouped within a list and color coded accordingly, plus the ability to create multiple lists for different situations.
Together, Grocery List – Buy Me A Pie! should prove the ideal app for those who need to save time and be more organized in their grocery shopping.
It’s out now, priced at $2.99.
Python isn’t just a type of snake, it’s also a very useful programming language. Pythonista is a new code editor for the iPad, designed specifically for Python. It even promises to be a useful learning tool for newcomers to the language.
In many ways, the $4.99 app looks a lot like other code editors. Its strengths come in the form of its extended keyboard, designed with Python in mind, and an interactive prompt that aims to make things simpler for newbies. The prompt completes pieces of code for users, as well as providing historical segments.
Bundled alongside the app is complete documentation with it easy to quickly lookup certain commands, directly from the editor. Snytax highlighting throughout makes this easy to read language, even simpler to figure out.
Given the popularity of Python (it’s been used within YouTube, Spotify and Google), it’s a great language to learn and code in. Pythonista makes it all the easier to do so while on the move.
Pythonista is out now, priced at $4.99.