Wikiweb is a reader for your iPhone and iPad that visualizes connections between articles. I had the pleasure to try it myself a few weeks back: It’s quite magical!

Hat tip to the Friends of the Web folks!


Gabi claims to have reinvented the way we use Facebook. The iPhone app lets you visualize and interact with the social network giant. Gabi filters your content according to what’s popular, controversial, and relevant to you. Instead of displaying everything in your news feed, it only shows you what’s best: the best pictures, videos, statuses, groups, links, interests, etc. I’ll give it whirl, currently downloading.

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Wthr is a minimal iPhone app built on Dieter Rams’ 10 principles of design.

Stilla – a gyroscopic camera

I haven’t seen an app that made me go “wowwweee” in a long time. Stilla just did.

Stilla’s photo results resemble a crystal, a 3D object made of facets blending into each other as you turn it in your hand. You can share these fully interactive 3D objects with everyone online, in the browser, full screen. It works best with the latest versions of Chrome, Safari or Firefox. (Yes, in this order.)

Stilla is a modern interpretation of the photo you keep in your wallet. A moment to hold in your hand. See for yourself, go to and rotate the example photo. is a new project by Zach Klein that is trying to create a safe place on the web to foster kids’ creativity. As a mother of two, and creativity being a huge part of my work life, I couldn’t be more excited.

Here’s how it works: Let your kid sign up and create an account where they can safely publish what they make. They can upload videos and pictures of their projects using the DIY website or iphone/iPod Touch app. Kids’ projects are online for everone to see, and parents can add stickers to show support. Parents also have their own control panel to follow their activity and also to make sure they’re not sharing anything that should be private.

Consider it a tool that lets kids collect everything they make as they grow up. I love this idea!

LaLa Lunchbox

LaLa Lunchbox is a brandnew iphone app that lets your kids plan their own lunches and teaches them to make smarter food choices!

Kids get to personalize and design their lunchboxes with fun monsters and colors, and then plan their lunches for a whole week at a time. They simply swipe their choices into their lunchbox from a large selection of fruits, vegetables, proteins, and snacks. Along the way, they learn that a balanced lunch includes items from each category. Parents can easily personalize and edit the items available to their kids.

G and I have been trying to teach our 6 year old, Ella, about the importance of a balanced diet. I am pretty sure she’ll enjoy playing with this app and feeling in control over what goes in her lunchbox. I’ll give LaLa Lunchbox a try, hoping it will not overcomplicate things!

(Thanks Harley)

Big Big Pixel

Big Big Pixel makes 8-bit Pixel iphone bumpers and ipad cases. Made me smile.

Spell Tower

Spelltower just had me jump off my office chair! I can’t wait to play this. #currentlydownloading

BLOCT – Wood Tablet Stand

The BLOCT Wood Tablet Stand is the latest product by the fine folks of Design Commission. Bloct represents a fascinating clash of textures. Consider me intrigued.


Paper by 53 is a beautifully designed sketching and drawing iPad app.

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Swedish designer Stina Persson designed these iPhone/iPad wallpapers which are available for download via Granimator. Beautiful.

(Did you know she is a Tattly Contributor?)

Moshi Moshi Curve

The Moshi Moshi Curve is a bluetooth powered wireless handset and iPhone dock that has me intrigued. Has anyone tried this?

NapPage iPhone Cases

I can’t make up my mind which one of these iPhone cases I love the most.

(thank you Michelle)

Pocket Doorbell

Pocket Doorbell is a magical, portable doorbell (app) that knows where you are and who to ring. When you arrive at your friends house, just press the doorbell and it will text or call your friend. No need look them up and tap out ‘hey, i’m here, can you let me in?’ #b-r-i-l-l-i-a-n-t

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Yay! Codes

YAY! CODES! is a free service that makes it painless for developers to distribute promo codes to their customers.

Feel like this could be a service I came up with, given the color scheme and name. Just kidding.

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Studio Neat Made an App from Studio Neat on Vimeo.

FRAMES is an app that lets you take Time-Lapse and Stop Motion Movies on your iPhone. Hat tip to StudioNeat!

Three Dot iPad Case

This Three Dot iPad Case is beautiful.

Musical Democracy

Anthm turns your iPhone into a futuristic, handheld jukebox. Launch the app, start a party then you and your friends can add music into one playlist. You can request from millions (yes, millions) of songs. No need to use your own library of music, Anthm will stream all the music for you straight from Rdio.

Take 30 seconds to watch this video to see how it works.

We will be giving this a try at our studio tomorrow. Thanks for the find, Jonnie!


InstaMatch turns your Instagram photos into a virtual Memory game on your iPhone and iPad. Fun idea, will give it a try when I get home tonight! (You don’t need an Instagram account to play InstaMatch, you can use other public Instagram photos as well)

Toca House

I had the honor to meet Toca Boca co-founder Björn Jeffery yesterday. If you have little children and don’t know about Toca Boca listen up: They make the most amazing, well designed and fun iPhone and iPad games for children. My kids (and myself) are obsessed with them. My favorite is the Toca Hair Salon. My son’s current favorite is the Toca Kitchen and my daughter can’t stop playing with the Toca Store.

During our meeting yesterday Björn gave me a sneak peek of their latest game Toca House which is supposed to be ready at the end of this month. It’s going to get the kids excited about cleaning! YES!

Congrats to the folks over at Toca Boca for having created a brand that I love and don’t think twice about downloading new apps.

Is Life Good?

Is life good? Wallpaper available for your computer, iphone or ipad. Two swissmiss thumbs up!

(Thank you Gustavo)

To Resolve Project

Chris Streger’s To Resolve Project features downloadable designer wallpapers to help us stay reminded of our new years resolutions.

And if you want to create your own, download the the templates.

(Thanks Amy)


I wrote about Punchfork before and was thrilled to learn that they just introduced an iphone and iPad app. I am in heaven!

It’s a fantastic way to discover the latest recipes and dishes that are trending on popular food blogs like Smitten Kitchen, Simply Recipes, 101 Cookbooks and more.

Also, check out (Makes me want to get rid of all my cooking books.)


This iPhone and iPad stand called Megane made me giggle. #adorable

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