FlightLover is an Apple iOS app that checks for cheap air tickets of budget airlines. It’s available for different countries of origin–Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines, Hong Kong, Taiwan. There’s one thing you need to know about me. I am very stingy and it is very rare that I will pay for an app unless it is really useful. I downloaded the app a … Continue reading Mobile app review: FlightLover
I went to cover a tech event today and the main theme was about the personal cloud and how it would become the center of our digital lives.
It got me thinking about my personal cloud apps and how it allowed me to be free of a USB and forwarding all documents to my e-mail.
I have many cloud apps I love but for travelling, I adore TripIt (and Google Docs’ Speadsheet).
I wrote a semi-review of TripIt last September on my now-dead tech blog. Since then, I’ve used the app for many more months and have grown really fond of it. I basically use it as my carrot–whip out my phone, see my upcoming trips before getting back to real life.
If you haven’t tried out TripIt, I’m here to convince you to do so. The light version is free anyway! I don’t have much use for the Pro version’s extra functionalities.
Continue reading “Why you should get TripIt”
Went to Ginza on Monday night for dinner. Stopped by the Apple Store when I found out it was nearby.Found out that the iPhone 4S is only S$770 for the 16GB model in Japan. In Singapore, the same memory is more than S$900.Totally WTF Continue reading Fleeced sheep