Kristi Evans

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Kristi Evans

NYC Hotel Concierge, computer geek, video gamer, movie/tv addict, avid reader, sports fan, dancing queen, lover of life!

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Turn mundane chores into a game with EpicWin

Are you the kind of person who needs a little motivation to get your projects done? Ever look at your calendar and wish it weren’t so dull? EpicWin by Supermono is an iPhone app that essentially...

Check in and share what you're watching with Miso

  The Good: Miso’s updates have made the app much more user-friendly and the addition of more badges have enhanced the fun aspect. The Bad: Check in services are a marketers dream but maybe we should...

New York Minute: 4 iPhone apps for mastering the NYC subway system

New Yorkers use public transportation every day and it can either be the bane of our existence or a cheap and easy way to get around the city that never sleeps. I enjoy not spending hours and hours...

iPhone App Review: Osfoora for Twitter

 The Good: Biting from Twitter for iPhone app (the artist formerly known as Tweetie), Osfoora captures and optimizes Twitter’s functionalities in a sleek, easy-to-use format. The Bad: Not much to...

New York Minute: iPhone in Europe

All I wanted for my birthday this year was to have dinner in Paris. You know, just a small and humble request to be whisked away for the weekend to an exotic land of wine, art and romance. Lucky for...

iPhone App Review: Mashable

Mashable is an internet news application and self-proclaimed "Social Media Guide" available for iPhone and iPad. Developed by nclud, the free app delivers the latest news on technology, apps, mobile...

App Review: Angry Birds

Angry Birds is a physics-based puzzle game available for $.99 in the iPhone App store. The iPad version, Angry Birds HD, is $4.99. Developed by Rovio and distributed by Clickgamer, the game boasts...

App Review: Foursquare for iPhone

Foursquare for iPhone is a location-based app using GPS functionality to pinpoint you and allowing you to check-in at specific venues. You can choose from a list of your favorites or a list of...

New York Minute: iPhones at Work

Gone are the days of cell phone use at work being taboo. If you've ever worked in the service industry or still do, you know what I'm talking about. That "aww, man" feeling when your restaurant...

New York Minute: Hipstamatic and The Screens of Rock

New York Minute 8 There are hundreds of photography apps for the iPhone and I certainly have not tried them all, but my friend turned me on to Hipstamatic and I think it's one of the must-have apps...

New York Minute: Postabon in the Spring

New York Minute 6 Spring in the city. The vestibules come down, the jackets come off, and the pigeons hump on my windowsill. It's a fantastic time of year to live here not only because the weather...

HTC HD2 (T-Mobile) - Hands-On

Live from the HTC T-Mobile HD2 launch party in NYC, March 16, 2010. Hands-on with the HD2 and its massive 4.3" capacitive touch display.

New York Minute: Foursquare at Disney World

New York Minute 5 I learned something new this weekend. I can only do Disney once every few years without going completely nuts. I'm totally spent in every sense of the word. But I must say it was...

New York Minute: iPhones take over The Big Apple

New York Minute #3 I remember the day I looked around the crowded rush hour train and realized that 90% of the usually miserable commuters were blithely swaying to music from white earbuds...

New York Minute: iPhones, cocktails, and shattered screens in NYC

New York Minute #1 It's incredibly useful having an iPhone in New York City. I would give out iPhones instead of maps at my Concierge desk if I could (I'm a Concierge at a major hotel in midtown...
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