ZDNet App Wrap: 25 February, 2013

ZDNet App Wrap: 25 February, 2013

Summary: In the App Wrap this week, we have Swiftkey, Podio, Foxtel Go for iPhone, Split Browser, RAAF, Skype WiFi, Wyatt Roy, and GoTasks.

TOPICS: AppWrap, Apps

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    SwiftKey Keyboard

    Platform: Android

    Price: $1.99

    In the race for the best Android keyboard, SwiftKey has gained quite a lead with its latest release, SwiftKey 4.

    The newest feature added to the keyboard is SwiftKey Flow, which adds a predictive engine into the product. This prediction feature was something that we enjoyed with BlackBerry 10 handsets and it's great to see it now on Android.

    The app is currently on sale.

  • (Image: Podio)


    Platform: iOS, Android

    Price: Free

    Podio is Citrix's freemium collaboration service that lives on the web/cloud (depending on who you ask). Being cloud/web based, it demands to have a mobile app — and here it is.

    Much of the website's features are ported over to the mobile apps, and you may even think it is easier to use the app than the web.

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    Foxtel Go for iPhone

    Platform: iOS

    Price: Free (needs Foxtel subscription)

    Foxtel Go already exists for the iPad, but now iPhone users will be able join the viewing action as well.

    Even though the app itself is free, the catch is that you need to have a Foxtel subscription, and not all channels are available for viewing.

    Still, it could be useful for catching up on the cricket at your desk over the coming months.

Topics: AppWrap, Apps

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