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If you have an iPhone or iPad, I would like to know the App that you frequently use in daily basis. Please vote on the below poll.

TtT – Kelly

Developer: Ronen Drihem
Price: $2.99
Version Reviewed: 1.0
Device Reviewed On: iPhone 3Gs
Require OS: iOS 3.0 or better
Require Device: iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad

Did you have the encounter of a word that you would like to look up, you have to copy that word, quit the app, then go to another app to check the meaning of that word? Want to look up words instantly while browsing the web?

Tap-Dictionary is like an add-on to your default Safari browser on your Apple devices. Simply tap words while browsing and this App will work the rest for you. Follow the below steps to enable this App.

Click to download from iTunes 


After you downloaded the App, it directs you to this page and you have to “Click here” to enable this App on your Safari browser














Just after one click, you are done with the integration on your App












To enable this function on your browser
Click “Plus” sign to add bookmark
Tap-Dictionary should be automatically set there once you clicked.
If you made mistake during these procedures you can go back to the previous steps and try again












In the bookmark link area, please click cross to delete the default address (make it empty)

Then long hold and click “Paste”, then click “Done”
(It should become a Javascript, don’t worry)









Here comes to the main part, how to use it?

When you are browsing and would like  to look up dictionary, simply go to your bookmark and find the “Tap-dictionary” bookmark that you have already integrated. One click, then this App is activated on your Safari browser already.











6.jpg I have tried and this App has really quick response.
It shows as a yellow note type. Users have to click on words they would like to look up and dictionary will automatically pop-up. If you like this App, you may click the link in the description to download from official iTunes.













TtT – Kelly

Pages App for iPhone

Posted: 10 June, 2011 by Kelly Chan in mac, mobile, Technology
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I have just downloaded Pages which costs USD$9.9. I would say it is useful if you are patient enough to work in this small screen and toggling objects all around with fingers.

There are many varieties and default objects you can choose from menu. However graphic is not very smooth and objects are very hard to control. Is it worth paying $9.9 for this App, Keynote or Numbers on iPhone? I would only do a thumb up for iPad.

Apple strategy for iOS5

Posted: 10 June, 2011 by Kelly Chan in mac, Technology

When iOS4 came out there were lots of changes however iOS is still not user friendly. Steve Jobs announced iOS5 with the biggest topic of this WWDC, iCloud. Beta is already available for Apple developers.

iCloud it’s like a virtual media for you to share all your files and everything between networks.

Apple created iOS4 with inefficiency and iOS5 with better functionality and mobility I would say, developer always create issues and sell another product to debug it. Besides, those “new functions” are not new to some of us since jailbreaker experienced them long time back already.

Though I cannot wait to experience on-hand with the better smoothness and compatibility of the notification menu. Your mummy can finally sync their Apple devices easier by putting them on the dock not by putting them on the to-do list. Most probably Apple is going to announce iPhone5 this fall with iOS5 with Lion, then start selling it few months later with better versions. At least some rumors are unveiled now, looking forward to more excitements.

Article Strike

Posted: 13 May, 2009 by Kelly Chan in Entertainments, mac, media, mobile, Technology, windows


What happened to the next generation of PDA’s? Not long ago there were PDA’s that were at times more useful than desktop or laptop computers. A search for the latest 2009 models reveal a technical mistake of sorts, if you want to even call it that:

Iphones, Blackberrys, and even SMARTPHONES are listed as PDA’s?!

Okay let’s take a step back here, and try to let it sink in a bit. I’m in no way a purist but I hardly think an Iphone can be considered a PDA. It has PDA-like capabilities, but the idea of trying to sync outlook with an Iphone is about as funny as the idea of trying to play Mario kart with a Blackberry Curve.

Quite simply put the technological world, at least by name, thinks of the Iphone as a PDA and the former mentioned PDA’s (Ipaq, Axim) as Pocket PC’s. I guess it makes sense though, if you own any of these Pocket PC’s.

The really sad thing about this comparison is that pocket pc’s not only have a faster processor, but more memory through expansions (Flash cards, SD cards) more hardware through expansion, better screens (seriously, is anyone going to argue the Ipaq hx2700 doesn’t blow away an Iphones pitiful screen?) more configurable operating systems (windows mobile, linux, and soon the google op system Android.)

Wait, let me say that again.


Lower prices…And then of course, wifi. My old arse Axim x50v, while playing Final Fantasy VII, laughs deeply at all Blackberry’s.

No offense to Apple, but a five year old ‘Pocket PC’ still has a ton more features and specs than the Iphone will ever have.

TtT – William

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Currently the site is moved from Here to NING which is

NING is a site that under a huge social network. All you have to do is to sign up an account then you can use it to access to  GEEKS, NING and many other networks for you to have fun.

Social network is very functional, it has forums, blogs, live stream, album, galleries…etc
Just try it, you will have fun for sure!

I am going to extract posts from TtT and Xanga to the MB in a regular basis.
Basically we help out each other. The MB is based on movie review, Matt is a professional writer from Canada, you can view his master piece on his blog

The MB also has a partnership of photographic –

TtT – Kelly

Want to have Apple font on your PC?

Posted: 20 March, 2009 by Kelly Chan in computers, Kelly, mac, Technology, windows
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Mac’s font is PC users’ envy?

Here are links from, you can download the Myriad Apple TTF and Myriad Pro

Once you have downloaded them, unzip them, copy and paste them into your Fonts file.

The directory would be C:\WINDOWS\Fonts

Those fonts  can be used in almost everywhere, you can use them in communication softwares like msn, word processing softwares like Word, etc.

TtT – Kelly