Google Hangouts works well for this. It was formerly known as Google Talk but the iOS and Android apps are now "Google Hangouts". It actually supports voice and video, but I haven't used those features. It syncs well between all clients, so if you use a computer and a phone it's seamless to transition a conversation between devices. You can also do group ...
is a proprietary cross-platform instant messaging aggregator for smartphones, tablets and personal computers
is available for Android, iOS, BlackBerry OS, Symbian, Windows Phone and Java ME mobile operating systems.For non-natively supported devices, a WAP interface is available. For desktop computers, clients are available for both ...
Boxcryptor protects your files in the cloud no matter if you use Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, SugarSync, Box.net, or any other major cloud storage provider. It also supports all the clouds that use the WebDAV standard such as Cubby, Strato HiDrive, and ownCloud.
Boxcryptor have free/paid versions.It works on all major platforms ...
I did some (re)search and came up with the following tools below (sorted by Alexa rating). I will pick five or so and do a little test project with them to see which one works best for my situation.
As with so many things internet, it's all a matter of getting the right search terms. I used “unlimited canvas app iphone,” but then changed it to “infinite canvas app iphone.” The results are many and your decision will be based on how well you like the interface.
I played with one that appeared to be capable, easily understood for things like dragging ...
Bharat Mane’s answer (on Software Quality Assurance & Testing SE):
There are number of tools available in the market like:-
a) Robotium b) Uiautomator c) Espresso d) Appium e) Calabash
But my experience -I can suggest you Appium is the best tool for both Android & iOS mobile testing. I'm working on appium from last 6 months in my ...
Evernote can be used to share notes (containing any text, including to-dos with checkboxes) both in read/write and read-only mode. For the latter option, you can:
send a note via email
create a public link for the note and share the link
You can also create a notebook consisting of several notes and share that as read only.
There's a free app located here:
Free GPS which appears to address your objective.
If this doesn't work for you, consider to search using terms such as "marine," "boating," "aviation," "aircraft." All of these types remove the road following requirement of many GPS programs.
After Effect is a software which allow you to insert a video into another thanks to its tracking tool. But it's not its only functionality, After Effect's capabilities goes very much farther than your needs.
Get a background video of somebody using an iPhone.
On this video define some tracking points like the border of the iPhone.
Get an other ...
You can jailbreak your iPhone (AFAIK impossible without to get all notifications), then use the iPhone app GrowlNotifier:
iOS 5 for higher
available on the Mac or Windows.
A Growl client for Windows: http://www.growlforwindows.com/gfw/about.aspx (free).
I like Trillian. It is very interoperable, integrates many different IM networks as well as having their own, and lets you connect or disconnect from each network independently.
The only thing I'm not certain of is whether it can be configured to prompt for a password when you connect. I generally protect the device and allow Trillian to keep my ...
Wire is a newly released cross-platform messaging app for Android and iOS. The main advantage over Kik messenger is that it's young and not wide-spread. That means you could have it all to yourself with very low risk of encountering spammers.
It is available at the iTunes and Google Play stores
Does not use SMS
It is free of charge
BirdsBeep is a newly released cross-platform messaging app for Android, iOS, blackberry, windows & for other platform also. The main advantage over other messenger is that it is fully secure.
It is available at the iTunes and Google Play stores.
Glympse should be what you're looking for. It is available for Android, for iOS, and even for Windows Phone. And it cares for your privacy: you decide who can see you, and for how long. That other person then gets a kind of "Token" which expires after the set time.
Glympse on Android (source: Google Play; click images for larger variants)
You can not ...
I really like Trello in general. You can make great comments, notes, lists. Add photos, files, etc. The really nice thing is if needed, you can make it 'shared' between a defined group of users. It keeps things nice and tidy for my 'honey do list' and 'groceries'.
Example: My wife will add something to the to-do list and I'll no idea what she means. I'll ...
I recommend you to use Stockfish Chess.
Its one of the worlds best and powerful chess engine.
1. Its Free and Open-Source
2. It runs on multiple platforms
3. It can be played offline
You can play it in the tournament mode, so both you and your iOS device get exactly 5 minutes to complete the game, and the game will end within ...
I see you accepted the above answer, but I want to show you an alternative.
I've not used it yet, but heard a lot of good things about it and I'm sure you can find tests for it easily.
It's not free (9,99€) but it's for iPhone and iPad, and there is also a client for Mac.
Coda for iOS
One that comes to mind is CodeAnywhere.com which supports syntax highlighting for Java. It's has an app for both iPhone and iPad as well as a great online interface.
Codeanywhere is a text, code and markup editor, that has been
redesigned and reengineered to be light, fast, and mobile-friendly.
Connect to your FTP, SFTP Servers, Dropbox or Github ...
Adblock Browser should work. It's completely free and it requires iOS 8.0+ (so it's not compatible with iPhone 4, but it is with iPhone 5) and does not restrict usage to any specific iPhone/iPad/iPodTouch model. Here the website.
If you need something compatible with iPhone 4 you should try with AdBlocker Browser with Chromecast Support since 2012 which is ...
There is a Chinese online application security scanner (VisualThreat: Mobile Application Security Credit Evaluation System) at http://www.visualthreat.com/index.action
The followings are the main features of the service (in machine translated):
comprehensive safety analysis program: static behavior, dynamic
behavior, malicious behavior characteristic ...
I know, this site is about Software Recommendations. But trying to NOT use any software at all, or only if all other means fail, would be way more effective to "check" how she's doing ... Think of ways to have human interactions, visit her, invite her, encourage her to continue to be active in whatever she likes.
Here are some IFTTT-like-recipes:
If you ...
Some Barcode Scanners & Generators¹ have a feature for "bulk scanning" (a la "peep, peep, peep …" and simply storing what they found), and later let you export the list in some format – either sharing it via e.g. Mail, or exporting it as CSV/Excel.
One such candidate is LoMag Barcode Scanner to Excel, which describes itself as a "completely free barcode ...
I'm happily using OPlayer, but as a Linux user I dont' use the iPhone internal storage, icloud, etc. but I recall seeing those options as a source for files. It does let you build play lists of whatever files it can see though.
You should try out the iDemonstrate app by Daniel Amitay, which has the following to say about itself:
iDemonstrate is a clean and simple iOS app which elegantly demonstrates all of the features, specifications, and general information of your iPhone, iPod, or iPad.
If you go to the Accelerometer section it displays the current orientation of your device ...
I think Pryv may meet most of your requirements.
Log what you want
You can log data (numeric or not) and see numeric as graphs. I also used as a diary for one time.
Share what you want
You can choose to share some of your Pryv data (let's say your tomatoes harvest) with other users via a URL while keeping other streams private.