Webscape: Easy and visual calorie counting
Kate Russell's weekly review of websites and apps including a nutrition tool.
Kate Russell's weekly review of websites and apps. (Links to the sites are available at the bottom of the page.)
Yapp.us is a social tool that lets you build your own custom invitations to share information about an event. The app, which is available on iOS and Android, allows you to add pictures, instructions and even a location. You can then send the download link to everyone you want to invite.
Recipients will be prompted to download the Yapp box viewer (free on iOS and Android) and when the event is over your guests can share photographs and comments.
Forget cheesy holiday postcards, free iPhone app Bypost allows you to make your own. The app lets you take an image, add a message and postal address and then send anywhere in the world for about the same price as buying one off the shelf.
For a fun way to track your diet Makemyplate is a nutrition tool that looks very tasty. Users drag and drop items onto their plate to create a visual record of the calories, fats, carbohydrates, cholesterol, and protein they consume each day. There is a full iPhone app for nutrition on the move and a full Android version reportedly in the making.
If you are the kind of person who has hundreds of browser tabs open while you are working or are forever hunting back through pages of history to find that fascinating article you read a few days ago, Archify could just change your life.
The free plugin is available for most leading browsers and records and indexes everything you look at including all the links shared through social platforms. All the information is then available by a keyword search.
And if you lament the passing of Google Reader, Feedly has released a pain-free migration guide to their popular RSS service which offers web, Android and iOS apps for what is probably the closest experience you will get to keeping Google Reader.