For most college students this is not just their first time away from home, but also their first experience with managing their finances. It is no secret that the average college student is broke, so it becomes even more important to be careful about spending.
Unfortunately college is expensive and I’m not just talking about tuition. With late night study sessions it is easy for students to call up the local pizza joint and spend a lot of money without even noticing.
One solution for pizza-crazed college students is using a set of financial apps on their iPhone to keep a steady budget. The five apps listed below are some of the best iPhone budget apps that might, [...]
Geeky iPhone 5 cases offer a fun way to express your love for Star Wars, Star Trek and almost any other tribe of fans.
iPhone cases come in all shapes, sizes and colors. Many of them are fun cases. It can be a good way to express your personality. For users who want to go beyond the basic case for protection there are many options to put your favorite TV show, movie or comic on the iPhone 5.
While not everyone who uses an iPhone is a geek, many of us from the tribe of geek like to accessorize their iPhones. The cases in the following slideshow highlight some of the best geeky iPhone 5 cases.
iPhone 5 owners who need protection or function over showing off [...]
For those currently enrolled in college, organization is a key to success. From projects, to daily homework and other assignments, keeping it all in order is somewhat of a challenge.
While the traditional method of organization with binders and tabs works to some degree, digital organization is very important in college. A lot of information is distributed over email and other content management systems rather than physically having a paper printout.
The following apps will help keep digital files and due dates accessible at all times.5 Apps to stay organized Evernote
Evernote is an app to keep notes organized and available whenever a student needs to [...]
With iOS 6, the iPhone is no longer completely tied down to iTunes, but many users continue to plug their phone in throughout the day. A common annoyance with iTunes is that when a user plugs in their iPhone, it automatically pops up.
For those who use their computer to charge their phone throughout the day, this process can become repeatedly annoying. With a simple settings change, however, iTunes can be instructed to no longer open automatically.
The following post outlines how to change iTunes settings to disable iTunes opening up automatically.
Go to the Mac and select iTunes.
Plug the iPhone into your computer with either the lightning cable [...]
The iPhone has had the ability to multitask ever since iOS 4. One of the problems with multi-tasking is that the phone doesn’t close apps when the user is finished with them, and closing apps is useful when a specific app is not working. By closing the app and reopening it, most of the time the app will begin to behave normally.
The process of closing unused or misbehaving apps is also a lot faster than restarting the iPhone. The following guide instructs user’s on how to close apps on the iPhone. This being said, restarting the iPhone is sometimes the best choice to return an app to functioning properly if closing it doesn’t do the trick.
Unlock the [...]
The 2013 GRAMMYs kick off on Sunday at 8PM Eastern and users who can’t watch the 55th GRAMMY Awards at home can use the GRAMMY iPhone and iPad app to watch LL Cool J host the awards show.
Some of the main performers at the 2013 GRAMMY Awards will be Mumford & Sons, Bruno Mars, Maroon 5, and Fun. The GRAMMYs apps can be a good companion if you want to follow along while watching on TV. With all of these live performances viewers can see who is up next and also guess who will win what award by using the app.How to Watch the 2013 GRAMMYs on the iPhone
Go to the App Store and download the GRAMMY app on your iPhone or iPad.
After the GRAMMY app has been [...]