Our favorite online feed reader will shutdown on July 1, 2013. And while there are many great readers available, nothing provides the same experience we're all used to. Ava Reader is an attempt to provide a minimalist version of Google Reader.
Ah, coverage maps. These are the maps our mobile service providers use to substantiate why you should sign a 2-year contract with them. Of course, your area is well covered. The problem surfaces when we find there are gaps in the quality of service in these areas, and in many cases, our homes or offices.
Our kids are constantly demanding we hand over our phones so they can play with them. Given the "Kid's Corner" featur of Windows Phone 8, why not pull a fast one on your young kids that provides only education apps, like Sight Words?
We love Google Reader, and we know we're not alone. Ava Reader is an attempt to provide a minimalist version of our favorite reader now that it's going away for good. Ava Reader is currently in beta.
Each mobile service provider has their strengths and weaknesses. While one claims to provide better coverage over another, it might not actually be relevant to your daily life. By crowd-sourcing signal data, MoreBarz can show you how well a certain provider performs in the areas that matter most to you.
Aimed at grades K - 4, Sight Words is a very simple, kid-friendly app that assists your child in learning words. Each grade section contains a subset of words based on national standards. Touch anywhere on the screen to navigate to the next word, mark it to see it more often, or click "Speak It" to hear it.