Archive for the ‘app review’ Category

Google Chrome feature as a security hole

Tuesday, July 24th, 2012

For anyone unfamiliar with it, Google Chrome is probably one of the most decent browsers out there. But then again anything is better than internet explorer *shudder*. It’s also perfect for developers, however the developer feature can be a major security concern. (more…)

Handwriting/Note taking apps for iPad – overview

Saturday, November 27th, 2010

I’ll get right to the point:

There are plenty of apps out there, but don’t be fooled, the price of the app doesn’t always reflect its quality!

Here’s just an overview of several apps. I will only mention functionally important features, any quirks or minor bugs (not directly related to usability) are not covered here. (more…)

VNC/Remote Control client apps review

Thursday, November 18th, 2010

Here is a brief overview of the four VNC/remote control clients that I found useful.

First up is Chicken of the VNC.

It’s a dead simple app with no bells and whistles.

It’s a free program and it does the job quite well. There are no annoying ads or purchase reminders or time limits. It has decent options or profile presets. Connects to both Mac and Windows VNC servers. Should work with Linux servers as well, although I haven’t tried. (more…)