App of the Week: hAPPy Family

App of the Week: hAPPy Family App of the Week

Dr. Dave Gilbert, our Director of Business Development, has selected the new App of the Week. The hAPPy Family application is a unique, fun & engaging parenting app. This is a clever app that helps children collect positive behavior! Features include: Encourages positive behavior on-the-go or at home Five fun collecting themes (marbles, ocean animals, […]

App of the Week: Alien Blue – Reddit Client (Unofficial)

App of the Week: Alien Blue – Reddit Client (Unofficial) App of the Week

I am quite certain that many Griffin employees begin their day with Reddit.com as their homepage. You may also choose to begin your daily browsing from the popular user supported, vote-powered sharing site. Our software manager, Casey Fleser, chose the Alien Blue app for our App of the Week. Alien Blue is an unofficial Reddit […]

App of the Week: Sketchbook Pro for iPad

App of the Week: Sketchbook Pro for iPad App of the Week

Sketchbook Pro for iPad is our App of the Week. George Campbell in ID, excitedly selected Sketchbook Pro, because he can now sketch! I should mention that he plugged our Stylus too. Autodesk’s iTunes page for Sketchbook Pro for iPad describes it as: Autodesk SketchBook® Pro for iPad is a professional-grade paint and drawing application. […]

App of the Week: Pano

App of the Week: Pano App of the Week

Craig Huggins from our Quality Assurance department has selected Pano as the App of the Week. Pano is an award-winning app that lets you take beautiful, seamless panoramic photos straight from your phone, no other software necessary. Selected by Apple as one of the “Best Apps of 2009”, Pano has gotten rave reviews from hundreds […]

App of the Week: AroundMe

App of the Week: AroundMe App of the Week

The latest installment of our App of the Week series has a popular location-aware app featured. Rachel V. from our sales department selected AroundMe as her pick. AroundMe shows you a complete list of all the businesses in the category you have tapped on along with the distance from where you are. 148App’s Jason Fanguy writes: […]

App of the Week: iTalk Recorder Premium

App of the Week: iTalk Recorder Premium App of the Week / Griffin Gear

This week our software category manager, Jamin Guy, chose the App of the Week. He chose one that we couldn’t recommend more, because a) he developed it and b) it rocks! iTalk Recorder Premium remains the best voice recording app out there. I recently broke down all of the best new features, including Dropbox integration, […]

App of the Week: Zap2It

App of the Week: Zap2It App of the Week

Melissa Lapsley from User Research chose Zap2It from Napkin Studio as the App of the Week. Have you ever been on the go and wondering what time your favorite show is on or what will be on TV when you get home? Have you ever wanted to check what time a movie was playing at […]

App of the Week: SmackTalk!

App of the Week: SmackTalk! App of the Week

Sometimes you just need to get a little silly. Rachel Karr has helped us select the App of the Week today, while being sure you get your silly on! It’s SmackTalk! the original voice-altering app that features an animated guinea pig, puppy, kitten, and chihuahua that repeat what you say in high pitched, squeaky and […]

App of the Week: NewsRob RSS reader for Droid

App of the Week: NewsRob RSS reader for Droid App of the Week

We’ve been receiving nice feedback for our App of the Week series. We hope that you’re discovering new gems from our choices each week. If you do, please share this (or any) blog post with your friends by hitting Facebook Like or the Twitter Retweet button below the post. We even love your comments. 😉 This […]

App of the Week: Hipstamatic

App of the Week: Hipstamatic App of the Week

Each week one of the gang at Griffin selects an app in our App of the Week series. Today it’s our Events Coordinator, Currey Muse’s turn. As the Hipstamatic site explains, The Hipstamatic for iPhone is an application that brings back the look, feel, unpredictable beauty, and fun of plastic toy cameras from the past. […]