For all those who are planning to travel to Bali, here's an app providing a travel map of Bali. The app has an offline map as well. It provides info on attractions, restaurants, shopping, nightlifes, etc. Bali Travel Map app also provide detailed information on address, phone numbers, price, opening hours places and how to get there.
This app has a search feature which allows you to search for places of interest. The good thing is that, the app can work totally offline (without 3G or Wifi), saving you money on roaming charges.
The usual price of the app is $2.99. It is sold Free in App Store now.
2. Skylight for iPhone
Skylight for iPhone lets you easily make changes to PDF files. You can add texts, images, shapes, make annotations, etc. You can also highlight, underline and strikethrough texts in the PDF files of any size. The app has an interface which looks like Pages by Apple. So if you're familiar with Pages, using Skylight will be pretty easy for you. If you are not, don't worry, it is still pretty easy to learn.
The usual price of the app is $4.99. It is now sold Free in App Store.
An app that allows you to send postcards to contacts in any part of the world. The app is much similar to Cards app by Apple. iScrivito allows you to use your photos from Camera roll and Photo app, then frame it from a collection of frames and write a personalized message. The developers of the app takes care of sending the postcard you created to anyone around the world, just like how Apple does with Cards app. Obviously, there is a cost for sending the postcard and you can pay by PayPal. According to the info provided on iTunes Store by the developer, to send one Postcard created by this would cost you € 1.48 +VAT.
If you want to send a postcard to an email, it is free. So it's worth trying out this app for creating e-Cards.
The usual price of the app is $5.99. It is sold Free in App Store now.
Do you find this information useful? Why don't you tell your friends by sharing it on Facebook, Google+ or Twitter. You can also follow me on Twitter @sarayoo.info or Google+ or Like me on my Facebook for more updates, technology tips and tricks, iPhone, iPad, other iOS devices tips, etc. Please leave your comments in the comment section or contact me if you have any other questions.
Latest from aneesh
- How to Solve "Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file." Error
- Create Events in Your Google Calendar Right From Gmail
- Automate Common Tasks in Microsoft Outlook 2010 - Learn to Use Quick Steps and Save Time
- Microsoft Outlook Like Reading Pane in Gmail - Previewing Emails in Preview Pane
- How to Get Rid Of iMesh Seach Engine in FireFox Browser