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Applications for the holidays

27 December 2012 No Comment

Applications for the holidays

Applications for the holidays

The holidays are approaching and its time to meet your family. Take a break from long and stressful work as it’s a time to rejoice. So, when you have spare time and there is some window for yourself, iPhone and Android are there by your side.
With that being said, there are certain great applications to take pride in as you move in holiday mode. You may have not heard of them before, but better get used to them.

1: Robots for iPad

This application is too dangerous to indulge in. It sucks the user into it. IEEE has made one application, which has become one of the hottest applications on iPad. It is a complete database of the all sorts of robots walking around and in existence. This application will let you into the world of robots and browse through robots in different categories. Tap on a robot and view the different specifications each and every robot has. This application also has fun features. You can mark robots as your personal favorites and look them up in detail. You can watch videos of robots and play robot games.

There are robot games as well. There is news available about these robots. There is complete history about these robots and they are all packed into an excellent application. It’s the one and only application regarding robots and it’s a wonderful one. Get it now for 1.99 dollars from Apple Store.

2: Meditation Timer Pro

If a person does not meditate, then he should commence meditating now. Starting meditation should be on the New Year’s resolution list. Meditation is a centuries old tradition and never gets obsolete. It can cure anxiety and stress. It can relieve pain and there are other benefits, which scientists are studying. Time and time again, people find it over useful. There was no decent application on the internet for meditation. The Meditation Timer Pro is a terrific application. It is simple to use and very customizable as well. It also logs your meditation sessions. This application costs 0.99 dollars on Google Play Store. Meditation has gone digital now.

3: The Fourth Dimension

The fourth dimension and tesseracts have always fascinated everyone. In Robert Heinlein story called ‘And he built a crooked house’, an architect builds a house, which is four dimensional. But the Drew Olbrich application is the best place to start. Also, the book Surfing through Hyperspace is a thirty page book by Cliff Pickover.

4: Kayak Pro Flights

This application will cover the booking records with clicks and taps. This is an excellent application. You can search for hotels, flights and cover car rental too. The comparison tool lets you compare between different deals and if a relative or friend is arriving on the airport, then you can check that out by this application.

5: Link Tripit

This application costs half a pound. This application lets you take care of connections and hotel addresses. The travel plans are all kept in check and under one roof. The information is useful when needed in urgency and an email to plans@tripit.com is all it takes.

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