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  • How To Give A Presentation With Your iPad

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    Shane
    31 Mar 2014 | 11:53 pm
    Ever looked at your iPad and asked it this question, “So, what else can you do for me?”  Sure you have.  And you may have looked at it and wondered how in the world this thin flat device can do more for you than serve up web pages or great looking emails.  You may have […]
  • SmartMusic for iPad

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    iPad guy
    20 Apr 2014 | 2:08 am
    Nobody is born a musician. It takes talent and years of practice to become a master musician. You can always hire an instructor to help you improve your skills. SmartMusic for iPad also helps. It is an interactive learning application that provides you with exercises and music library and lets you record and listen to your performance. SmartMusic has everything you need to practice yours skills. You get over 22k titles and 50+ method books. You can record your performance, listen to it, and figure out which areas you need to work on. The app has a clean user-interface and is optimized for iOS…
  • iPhone & iPad Apps Gone Free – April 24, 2014

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    Damian Ragar
    24 Apr 2014 | 3:58 am
    Great app deals are constantly popping up on the App Store, and here are 29 iPhone and iPad apps that are now free. This apps gone free alert includes Nightfall, SpeedUpTV, Microtrip, Hard Racing, Simple Transfer Pro, Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed, Binaural Sleep Beats, Luna Bears, World Fit, AcePlayer and many others. Remember, prices can change quickly and without notice, these apps may not be free anymore when you read this post. For the latest app deals, check out our Real-Time Deals section, as well as our Top App Charts and Top 5 Matrix. You can also check out our Apps Gone…
  • iPhone 6 - Phabulous!

    Blog
    1 Apr 2014 | 12:00 am
    Internetz (intentional, sic) rumors suggest Apple is mass producing an iPhone 6. Apple does not have to join the “phablet” crowd with Samsung and HTC, among others. It’s products move the market(s) in which they’re in; and if you’ve seen the latest reports, the AppleTV is a little humble bragging-MF’er, clearing over $1b in revenue for Apple. Who knew!?   Short story: even if Apple’s (rumored) iPhone 6 isn’t a fabulous “phablet”, Apple already filled the niche for such devices: it’s called an Apple Mini retina!  In case everyone forgot, the newest mini (my…
  • Adobe Lightroom Comes to iPad

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    Justin Kahn
    10 Apr 2014 | 7:33 pm
    Adobe has released Lightroom, an iOS app that requires Adobe Lightroom 5 and a creative cloud plan. The app allows you to edit and organize images on your iPad and automatically sync them with your desktop. You can also share your photos with various social media sites.  
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  • Brainfeed Promises To Change The Way Children Engage With Education

    junior
    13 Apr 2014 | 7:56 am
    Brainfeed features educational, inspiring and entertaining short (< 10 minutes) and documentary-style videos for children seven and up. Curated by passionate educators, videos are selected to be of the highest quality, curriculum-based, engaging and visually stimulating. The application is designed specifically for children but also appeals to adults because it provides a safe, age-appropriate viewing experience free of advertising and inappropriate content. Try it out ! App Name: Brainfeed App Category: Education App Store, iPad…
  • TidyUp: Clean the room & house – puzzle for smart kids

    junior
    13 Apr 2014 | 7:49 am
    Here is a smart way to use your kids’ screen time – TidyUp! The game teaches kids where different objects in the room belong and also new vocabulary (different sentences for each item if the touch it, if they place it on right or wrong place in the room), the game speaks English and was tested on small kids already. Professional American actor recorded the voice. They have to move objects to the right places on the screen. Each object speaks if you move it to the right place, give advice if you move it to the wrong place or introduces itself if you touch it. All recordings are…
  • GoldMine Real Estate Analyzer: Your Lifetime Real Estate Partner

    junior
    20 Mar 2014 | 5:14 pm
    This app is the most comprehensive real estate investor and analyzer app on the iStore designed as a huge time saver and a learning tool. Quickly analyze properties, keep track of your ROI, email PDFs, view maps, due diligence, offer information, inspection, take pictures in APP, and keep track of your favourite real estate professionals. You can even email them a cool PDF from within the app. Cool Features: * Unlimited number of properties * Summary screen with all your financial ratios and a slider to see any point in time * Unique profit and loss view so you can estimate your P&L,…
  • Studio Pro: In-person Photo Proofing and Sales

    junior
    12 Feb 2014 | 4:46 pm
    Studio Pro brings in-person photo presentation, proofing, and sales to the iPad with an industry-proven approach to maximize print sales. With a well-tailored, streamlined interface to run the session you can easily run the viewings and take the order at the same time. Narrow down photo choices quickly, create layouts, and show your clients exactly what their photos will look like on their own walls using Studio Pro’s powerful viewer. Photographers can run an entire proofing session from right in the app, even receiving payment via cash, check, or card (Authorize.NET, Balanced, and…
  • Conojo Whiteboard App – The Ultimate Creation Tool

    junior
    27 Nov 2013 | 7:13 pm
    Since its release earlier this year, Conojo Whiteboard – Premium Whiteboard App has done exactly what it promised to do, for thousands upon thousands of customers… it’s been the “Ultimate Creation Tool”. Viz Mojo Labs, out of Sausalito California, has been receiving mailbags of positive feedback, along with some very bright write-ups from the press regarding their stunningly simple whiteboard solution. The media attention was expected, although not at such major levels. Of particular note have been feature articles on high-scope sites like LifeHacker, Mactrast,…
 
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  • ‘Opera Coast’ Surfs Web in App-Like Experience on iPad and iPhone

    Sam
    24 Apr 2014 | 5:11 pm
    Version 3.0 of the acclaimed Opera Coast browser app is now available in the App Store and there are a number of design enhancements, including working natively on the iPhone, which makes this an interesting app for surfing the web. The developers of Opera Coast recognize that browsers are in a shrinking class, because other apps are becoming the primary method for connecting to our favorite content and friends online. The Opera Coast experience consists of a simple interface that utilizes gestures to navigate between pages on the web. Its home page is elegantly designed and includes a…
  • Kensington’s New iPad Air Cases Let you Customize your Folio With Pictures

    Lory
    24 Apr 2014 | 2:50 pm
    You’ll never have to worry about walking into a room and seeing someone else with the same iPad Air case as your (mortifying!) with Kensington’s new “Me” Folios. The new iPad Air and iPad covers can now be customized with any picture you want. It’s not permanent, either. So, if you have a photo of you and your sweetie on the back of your Comercio Me and you break up, don’t worry. You can replace that two-timer with a picture of you and your pooch. Kensington has redesigned the Comercio and Portafolio with a special clear view window so you can add your own personal touch to the…
  • Win a Meeting With Tim Cook For Charity Again, This Time It’s A Whole Lunch

    Lory
    24 Apr 2014 | 12:55 pm
    About a year ago, Apple CEO Tim Cook auctioned off an hour of his time to donate to the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights. While the coffee date had an estimated value of $50,000, the winning donation came to $610,000. This time, Cook is auctioning off a whole lunch date with an estimated value of $100,000. Who knows, maybe the winner will surpass the million-dollar mark in exchange for a chance to bend the ear of the most famous tech CEO in the world. The lunch with Cook auction is for two people and will last approximately one hour (though I’ll bet Cook won’t mind…
  • Soccer Rally 2 Mashes Two Action-Packed Games Together into One

    Lory
    24 Apr 2014 | 11:58 am
    If you are a fan of soccer and a fan of Nascar style racing, you don’t have a whole lot of options for enjoying both sports. Sure, you can spend Saturday afternoon watching the international soccer tournament, and then spend all day Sunday watching your favorite driver make the same trip 500 times around the track. But, then your whole weekend would be shot. IceFlame has figured out a way to join the two sports together so you can free up some time on the weekend for your other favorite sport, bowling. Soccer Rally 2 is, obviously, the sequel to the original game of the same name. Players…
  • New Apple iPads and iPhone Could have Environmental Sensors to Monitor Your Environment

    Lory
    24 Apr 2014 | 8:08 am
    The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) recently published two patents for Apple, Inc. that refer to environmental sensors that can be embedded into portable electronics like the iPhone, iPad, and even a “wrist-watch” device. The sensors would make it possible for you to read the temperature of the immediate environment around you, not just the weather outside. The first patent refers to “Electronic devices with environmental sensors,” and covers an exterior component that features a series of sensors for reading temperature, pressure, humidity, and sound. The device is built…
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  • CardLogix Introduces card Encoding Engine for Desktop Issuance of smart card ID Credentials Without Programming

    Nick Schooler
    16 Apr 2014 | 9:19 am
    Card Encoding Engine Software Creates Smart Card and Biometrics-Based ID Credentials Without Programming Irvine, California (PRWEB) April 16, 2014 CardLogix, a provider of smart cards and software for identity credentials, announces Card Encoding Engine (CEE) for the creation of secure ID smart cards and badges. CEE is a comprehensive card personalization software for designing, encoding, […]
  • Come Celebrate the Newport Boat Show’s 40th Anniversary

    Nick Schooler
    19 Mar 2013 | 7:05 pm
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Martha McIntosh, (949) 757-5959, ext. 216 martha@goboating.com Come Celebrate the Newport Boat Show’s 40th Anniversary, April 18-21 See the Latest Yachts at the West’s Largest In-Water Boat Show NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. — A lot has happened since the very first Newport Boat Show opened at Lido Marina Village in 1973. Back […]
  • TEAMING UP FOR TRAFFIC SAFETY

    Robert Hatten
    23 Jul 2012 | 12:37 pm
    Heavyweight celebrities join together with RADD®, NOYS® and #19 G-OIL team to generate awareness, via social media, to communities along with NASCAR fans about the dangers of distracted driving.
  • iPad Verdict — Perfect!

    Richard Hatten Sr.
    25 Jan 2012 | 3:53 pm
    I was summoned for jury duty. Apple iPad in hand, I reported as ordered. Free wi-fi in the jury assembly room made the interminable wait bearable. Actually… enjoyable! And what a bonus when I needed to find a local eatery during the 90-min lunch break. All doable with an iPhone of course.. but much more […]
  • Brad Barker to speak at Black Hat Abu Dhabi 2011 Briefings and Training

    Robert Hatten
    12 Dec 2011 | 8:06 pm
    Brad Barker to speak on Social Media and its contribution to the escalation of cyber warfare at the Black Hat UAE Security event in Abu Dhabi
 
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  • Mac Pro Shipping Estimates Improve to 3 to 5 Weeks [Mac Blog]

    The iPhone Addict
    24 Apr 2014 | 6:34 pm
    Apple’s Mac Pro is now shipping within three to five weeks in the United States, a slight improvement from its previous shipping estimate of four to five weeks. Both stock and custom configurations list the same shipping estimates, indicating that Apple is slowly making its way towards achieving supply/demand balance on the professional desktop computers. In early April, shipping estimates were as high as five to six weeks and back in early 2014, shipping estimates were as high as eight weeks, with Apple giving estimates of “March” or “April” for computers…
  • Apple, Google Settle Class-Action Anti-Poaching Lawsuit

    The iPhone Addict
    24 Apr 2014 | 5:54 pm
    Apple, Google, Intel, and Adobe have settled the lawsuit levied against them for their anti-poaching agreements, reports Reuters. The settlement was revealed in a court filing, but the terms of the deal have not yet been disclosed. The no-hire agreements between the companies first came to light in 2011, after tech workers filed a class action lawsuit alleging the companies had conspired not to poach employees from one another in an effort to keep salaries lower. No-solicitation agreements dated back to 2005 and in addition to Apple, Google, Intel, and Adobe, involved Intuit, Lucasfilm, and…
  • Creation of Original iPhone Browser Detailed by Former Apple Engineer [iOS Blog]

    The iPhone Addict
    24 Apr 2014 | 5:46 pm
    Countless details on the development of the original iPhone have been shared by various Apple employees in several different publications, but a new story on the creation of the phone’s first web browser has surfaced courtesy of Francisco Tolmasky, an early iPhone engineer who interviewed with The New York Times. Tolmasky joined Apple when he was just 20 years old, working under Steve Jobs to create a mobile web browser for the original iPhone. Jobs regularly gave him feedback on his project, often sending Tolmasky back to the drawing board because his creation wasn’t…
  • iOS 6 Users on Devices Able to Run iOS 7 Must Upgrade to Fix FaceTime

    The iPhone Addict
    24 Apr 2014 | 4:56 pm
    Apple today released a new support document, detailing the issue behind the recent problems some iOS 6 users have been experiencing with FaceTime. According to Apple, a bug resulting from an expired device certificate has rendered FaceTime unusable on older versions of iOS and the only solution to the problem is to update to the latest version of the operating system. Devices capable of running iOS 7 must be upgraded to iOS 7.0.4 or later, while devices unable to run iOS 7, such as the fourth-generation iPod touch and the iPhone 3GS, must upgrade to iOS 6.1.6. If you started to have issues…
  • Apple’s Future OS X Names May Include Yosemite, Mammoth, Big Sur, Redwood, Pacific

    The iPhone Addict
    24 Apr 2014 | 2:36 pm
    Following recent trademark investigations related to the iWatch, French site Consomac has discovered [Google Translate] that Apple may also be using a pair of shell companies to protect various California-related names in anticipation of future OS X releases. Apple’s Craig Federighi announced at last year’s Worldwide Developers Conference that the company would be shifting gears on OS X naming, moving from big cats to “places that inspire us in California”. The current OS X Mavericks was the first to adopt the new naming pattern, taking its name from a popular surfing…
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  • iPhone 6 - Phabulous!

    1 Apr 2014 | 12:00 am
    Internetz (intentional, sic) rumors suggest Apple is mass producing an iPhone 6. Apple does not have to join the “phablet” crowd with Samsung and HTC, among others. It’s products move the market(s) in which they’re in; and if you’ve seen the latest reports, the AppleTV is a little humble bragging-MF’er, clearing over $1b in revenue for Apple. Who knew!?   Short story: even if Apple’s (rumored) iPhone 6 isn’t a fabulous “phablet”, Apple already filled the niche for such devices: it’s called an Apple Mini retina!  In case everyone forgot, the newest mini (my…
  • Docusign v. Bamboo v. Penultimate & A Steady Hand

    21 Mar 2014 | 12:37 am
    I prefer ‘signing’ all documents. Even when I can digitally affix my /s/ to a filed document, I prefer my hand-written signature appear on it. It looks better. It’s the one thing about which I’m “old fashioned”. Docusign recently changed logos, pricing and features. If you have not used it for signing legal documents, you should at least try it. My staff knows when I’m out and something “has to” get signed to send me it and ask me to “docusign” it. We even do this for federal filings, where the “/s/“ suffices.
  • Two (three?) Screens v. One?

    21 Mar 2014 | 12:23 am
    Farhad Manjoo is an excellent writer for both the New York Times and Slate.com. Today in the New York Times he shared his thoughts on how maybe too many screens (tablets, too?) create clutter, confusion and inefficient work patterns. Here's a link to his article "Discovering Two Screens Aren’t Better Than One" Below is a pic of my 2.5 screen set up. The left screen is mainly used for emails, the right for drafting, reviewing, etc. The mini iPad is used for web content as I work, e.g., scrolling for documents on the web, research, etc.
  • PDFPen6 - Adobe Acrobat Pro is Dead, Long Live Adobe Acrobat Pro

    17 Mar 2014 | 10:22 pm
    Mac Users:    Adobe products are expensive for anyone, lawyers included. Adobe commands $600 for a license for Acrobat Pro. True, it’s moved to a monthly subscription to its software (‘guilty’, as charged to my bank account last month). I “thought” only Adobe Acrobat Pro solved my document litigation management problems. I cycle through multiple devices each day. In the AM, I log in to my Mac desktop at home before staring my daily routine. I head to work and log in to my Mac desktop. At night, I use my MacBook Air. Each time I switch devices I have to log-in/out of Adobe…
  • New iOS 7.1 Update Stops Nausea...Seriously.

    14 Mar 2014 | 8:13 pm
    Andy's Take Apple (inadvertently?) left open a man-in-the-middle (MITM) attack in iOS 7.0. Updating to iOS 7.1 (and it’s immediate predecessor) closed that attack route for iPhones and iPads. If you’re running Mavericks (or lesser versions) on your iMac, MacBook, etc., immediately upgrade.  MITM attacks are serious. They infiltrate your private security settings and mimic secured certificates to trick your computer (and you, you cylon wannabe) into thinking you’re using a Secured Socket Layer (the SSL in your daily life) connection with 256 bit encryption. For you spies, that’s…
 
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  • 1Password for iPad Gets Its Biggest Update Ever, Adds Users’ Most Requested Feature & More

    Patrick Jordan
    24 Apr 2014 | 6:46 am
    1Password for iPad and iOS has been updated this week (to Version 4.5) – and it’s the biggest update ever for the already excellent password manager app. The update starts strong by making a change that the developers say is by very, very popular demand – making search always accessible at the top of the categories tab and on each main category. Here are just some of the other highlights of this latest update to 1Password for iPad: 1Password – The Reimagined Edition - AirDrop – Share items more conveniently, face-to-face- Our sharing menu is now a good iOS 7 citizen- iPhone…
  • 1Password for iPad Gets Its Biggest Update Ever, Adds Users’

    Patrick Jordan
    24 Apr 2014 | 6:41 am
    1Password for iPad and iOS has been updated this week (to Version 4.5) – and it’s the biggest update ever for the already excellent password manager app. The update starts strong by making a change that the developers say is by very, very popular demand – making search always accessible at the top of the categories tab and on each main category. Here are just some of the other highlights of this latest update to 1Password for iPad: 1Password – The Reimagined Edition - AirDrop – Share items more conveniently, face-to-face- Our sharing menu is now a good iOS 7 citizen- iPhone…
  • iPad Numbers from Apple’s Q2 Results Reporting

    Patrick Jordan
    24 Apr 2014 | 4:31 am
    Apple held their 2014 Q2 financial results call yesterday afternoon. During the call they announced iPad sales numbers which were down compared to the same quarter last year. The number of iPads sold in the second quarter was 16.3 million (down from 19.5 million in Q2 of 2013). Here are some more impressive iPad numbers shared by Apple during the call: – The iPad is the fastest growing product in Apple’s history, with over 210 million sold to date. Over the same timeframe since original release, its sales have doubled those of the iPhone. – iPad users in the US generate almost 4…
  • Automating Task and Meeting Creation with Drafts and Fantastical for iPad

    Thomas
    23 Apr 2014 | 4:31 pm
    After reviewing Fantastical for iPad, I’ve decided to have a go of making it my control center for all tasks and meetings. I don’t like creating tasks by tapping on various fields and categories, so Fantastical’s natural language parsing really is the ultimate solution for me. There’s nothing wrong with Fantastical’s UI for this purpose, but I prefer to use Drafts for creating all of my tasks, simply because it loads so quickly. It took me a little while to understand URL schemes, but this iOS automation guide from @The_Axx and the Fantastical FAQ really helped me out. Setting…
  • iOS 7.1.1 Released: Bug Fixes, Security Improvements, and New Labels for Apps with In-App Purchases

    Patrick Jordan
    23 Apr 2014 | 4:55 am
    Apple released iOS 7.1.1 yesterday, the latest update to the iPad and iPhone operating system. This update to iOS brings bug fixes and some security enhancements. It also has improvements to the Touch ID feature for iPhone – which is expected to come to this year’s iPad models. Another interesting addition in this update, spotted by MacRumors, is a new label on apps with In-App purchases – in the Top Charts listings pages. It’s a fairly tiny bit of text just underneath the Free button in the apps listing. Given all the controversy around ‘Freemium’ games with sometimes very large…
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  • News: Apple, others settle poaching antitrust suit

    Phil Dzikiy
    24 Apr 2014 | 1:21 pm
    Apple, Google, Intel, and Adobe have agreed to settle an antitrust lawsuit regarding no-hire agreements, Reuters reports. Terms of the settlement were not disclosed. Former employees of the companies were reportedly seeking $9 billion in lost wages, alleging the companies agreed not to hire each other’s employees. The trial was scheduled to start in May. ...
  • News: Some iOS 6 users must upgrade to iOS 7 to fix FaceTime

    Phil Dzikiy
    24 Apr 2014 | 1:10 pm
    A new Apple support document reveals that some iOS 6 users must upgrade to iOS 7 in order to get FaceTime to work properly. Those iOS 6 users who have seen FaceTime call issues pop up after April 16, 2014 may be affected by a bug “resulting from a device certificate that expired on that date.” The only course of action to fix FaceTime is to update to iOS 7. People using iOS 7.0.4 or later or iOS 6.1.6 won’t be affected by this issue.…
  • First Look: Dodocool Lightning + Micro-USB Charge and Sync Cable

    Nick Guy
    24 Apr 2014 | 12:35 pm
    We would never have expected to say it about a Lightning cable, but this one is intriguing. Dodocool's Lightning + Micro-USB Charge and Sync Cable ($15, aka DA10) is very similar to Scosche's great
  • News: Apps: Bonsai Slice, Bounsy, IMDb 4.2 + The Weather Channel 6.0

    Phil Dzikiy
    24 Apr 2014 | 12:08 pm
    Playground Theory’s new Bonsai Slice ($3) has already gotten some press for its unique play mechanics. The game makes players move and swing their iPads around in their hands as if holding a sword. Onscreen, a swinging sword slashes through items to earn points and coins — sort of like Fruit Ninja, but with actual iPad motion, opposed to touchscreen swipes. Some parts of the game even require spinning around with your iPad in hands to slash…
  • Review: Logitech Turnaround for iPad Air

    Nick Guy
    24 Apr 2014 | 11:50 am
    Structurally, Hinge looks like just about any other basic folio case on the market. The plastic shell that holds the tablet snaps around the body, without protecting the ports or buttons. We really like the exterior, which is a cool gray polyester fabric. The design and texture are both quite attractive, and one of the high points of this case. Inside, it’s lined with purple polyurethane. The main selling point of Hinge is not just that it can…
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  • Two Notifications Per Message Received

    rr1947
    24 Apr 2014 | 4:00 pm
    I have an iPad 2, iPhone 5 & 5C and a Mac Book Pro. Last week, I began receiving two notifications per message (text) received, +/- 2 minutes a part. Is it a Settings issue? Thanks, Rick
  • You're Going to Like This! Just Released: Echo Glass

    snyderart
    24 Apr 2014 | 3:24 pm
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I2Sv0jk62I8 Retrain your brain and have fun doing it! Feel the suspense as you watch your line move thru the Echo Glass. Echo Glass is an exciting, new puzzle game with a twist on the popular mirror star-tracing test used to study procedural memory. Enjoy the minimalist art design as you complete the tasks and collect the polygons. Watching your line move elegantly across the screen and recreated as a mirror image evokes suspense and a bit of anxiety as you’re challenged in these unique puzzles. And all the while you’re playing, your subconscious is…
  • Viber question

    Ayrshire
    24 Apr 2014 | 2:20 pm
    I have just updated my Viber app to 4.2 I can't figure out how to delete messages with the new update. Can anybody enlighten me ? Thank you
  • iBooks

    BobGuercio
    24 Apr 2014 | 8:30 am
    Hi All, I've just started to use my new IPad and I'm enjoying reading books with it. Is it possible for me to read the same books on my PC? IF so, how do I do this? Thanks in advance, Bob
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    BobGuercio
    24 Apr 2014 | 7:41 am
    Hi All, I just purchased my first IPad about a week ago and I now have a zillion questions which I will start posting shortly. I appreciate, in advance, the help I will get from the forum members. I am a retired 68 year engineer who has worked for the Government for 35 years but I have fallen behind current technology which is evident since this is my first device other than a computer. Maybe I'll start catching up! Thank you, Bob
 
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  • Beautiful Platformer "Leo’s Fortune" Now Available for the iPad

    Kevin Touch
    24 Apr 2014 | 4:06 pm
    Poor Leopold, someone has stolen his fortune and is teasing him by leaving a trail of his gold pieces like breadcrumbs through the woods. Leo has no choice but to follow the trail to try and recover his treasure. Leo's Fortune is a new platform adventure game from the four person Swedish development team 1337 & Senri. Players must help the mustached furball Leo avoid deadly traps and solve physics-based puzzles in 24 handcrafted levels. Along the way you’ll meet Leo’s strange family and unravel a twisting mystery while trying to hunt down the culprit. read more
  • Zagg invisibleSHIELD Glass Now Available for the iPad Air

    Jennifer Nguyen
    24 Apr 2014 | 12:08 pm
    Zagg's new scratch-resistant GLASS invisibleSHIELD is now available for the iPad Air. Zagg has been a trusted name in mobile accessories since 2005 when it released its first invisibleSHIELD for the iPod nano. In 2014, the company has managed to take its durable invisibleSHIELD line to the next level by creating a 0.4mm thin screen protector made out of tempered glass. Zagg promises GLASS will deliver precicse touchscreen sensitivity thanks to its thin design, and that its highly polished surface will give you "crystal clear" high definition transparency. The GLASS invisibleSHIELD not only…
  • Botanicula Coming to the iPad May 1st

    Jennifer Nguyen
    23 Apr 2014 | 3:10 pm
    The popular point-and-click exploration game Botanicula is coming to the App Store on May 1, 2014. Botanicula is currently only available for Microsoft Windows, OS X and Linux, and it is also being considered for a future Android release. The game features five playable plant-like creatures who must solve puzzles and collect items while trying to save the last seed from their home which has been infested by evil spiders. The five playable characters are Mr. Lantern, Mrs. Mushroom, Mr. Poppyhead, Mr. Twig and Mr. Feather. Each character features a special characteristic such as Mr. Lantern's…
  • IMDb iOS App Gets Amazon Prime Support and US Showtime Availability

    Marshall Walker
    23 Apr 2014 | 2:36 pm
    After announcing a blockbuster deal to bring HBO content to Amazon Prime, Amazon updated its IMDb app to version 4.2. The update adds the ability to tell if a title is available on Amazon's streaming service. Anyone with an Amazon Prime, or even a Netflix subscription, knows how annoying it can be to find content on both services, making this a smart move on Amazon's part. Version 4.2 also brings U.S. TV listings and U.S. movie showtimes to the app. Users can now see when and where their favorite television shows are airing in their timezone right from the program's title page. The IMDb app…
  • Logitech Updates Ultrathin Keyboard Cover, Releases Three New Cases

    Penelope Wang
    22 Apr 2014 | 8:00 pm
    Swiss computer and tablet accessory manufacturer, Logitech, today announced that it has updated its popular Ultrathin keyboard cover for the iPad Air, iPad Mini and iPad Mini with Retina display. The company also added three new cases to its lineup - the Big Bang, the Hinge and the Turnaround. The Ultrathin is a magnetic clip-on keyboard cover with an aluminum backing that matches the iPad. The keyboard connects via Bluetooth and the case features a battery pack that extends your iPad's life considerably. The new version of the Ultrathin is slightly thinner than its predecessor at just 6.4 mm…
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  • My Day: Countdown Timer for iPhone

    iPad guy
    24 Apr 2014 | 1:30 am
    Anybody who has missed an important birthday, anniversary, and other event in the past knows how tough it can be to make it up to others. It is certainly embarrassing in many cases. There are apps that can help you remember your most important days. Take My Day for instance. This app can be used for birthday and anniversaries. It keeps track of your dates and notifies of when they are approaching. My Day is a universal app. For starters, it has a good looking user interface and does not get in your way. It provides you with event reminders but also counts down the time left to each important…
  • Ancient Egypt by KIDS DISCOVER for iPad

    iPad guy
    23 Apr 2014 | 1:43 am
    Ancient Egypt was an amazing civilization. We have all seen movies about Pharaohs and read about mummies in books. That may be fun. But not everyone finds reading books about ancient Egypt enjoyable. Ancient Egypt takes a different approach. It is a highly interactive application that teaches you about the past with high definition videos and audio. Ancient Egypt has interactive 3D models and relies on photographs, cartoons, and animations to make your experience more fun. The graphics are simply beautiful. You get quizzes, puzzles, and other fun activities, which make the app specially kid…
  • How to Tie a Tie — 3D Animated for iPad

    iPad guy
    22 Apr 2014 | 1:45 am
    Having to put on a tie every day is not fun, but many of us have to do it. The more you put on your tie, the better you get at it. This is not a skill anyone is born with though. There are plenty of videos and apps that can show you how to tie various knots. How to Tie a Tie is one of those. It provides you with step by step instructions with animation for each tie knot. How to Tie a Tie provides with animated step by step instructions. The app covers 12 knots, including Windsor, Four in Hand, Pratt, Oriental, Vitoria, and Cavendish. The app also shows you how to tie a bow tie. This is a…
  • 5 iPad Apps for Treadmill Running

    iPad guy
    21 Apr 2014 | 1:21 am
    I don’t know about you but I enjoy running outside a lot more than using my treadmill. But one does not always have the opportunity to run outside. A treadmill could still give you a killer workout though. These 5 treadmill apps for iPad help you get more out of your workouts: Paofit: brings real-world videos to your iPad, so you can experience “mixed reality” and enhance your experience. It has adaptive video that matches your running speed. Running for Weight Loss: everyone knows that one can lose weight with a decent training program. Running for Weight Loss is an…
  • SmartMusic for iPad

    iPad guy
    20 Apr 2014 | 2:08 am
    Nobody is born a musician. It takes talent and years of practice to become a master musician. You can always hire an instructor to help you improve your skills. SmartMusic for iPad also helps. It is an interactive learning application that provides you with exercises and music library and lets you record and listen to your performance. SmartMusic has everything you need to practice yours skills. You get over 22k titles and 50+ method books. You can record your performance, listen to it, and figure out which areas you need to work on. The app has a clean user-interface and is optimized for iOS…
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    TCGeeks

  • Is Employee Monitoring Software Right For Your Business

    Sachin
    10 Apr 2014 | 10:59 pm
    If you have these very same concerns, you could have considered one of the lots of employee Internet monitoring software items available from numerous software suppliers. So much of this software is created to track your employees’ Internet usage – which websites they’re visiting, just how much time they’re spending on each website, and so […]
  • How To Give A Presentation With Your iPad

    Shane
    31 Mar 2014 | 11:53 pm
    Ever looked at your iPad and asked it this question, “So, what else can you do for me?”  Sure you have.  And you may have looked at it and wondered how in the world this thin flat device can do more for you than serve up web pages or great looking emails.  You may have […]
  • Free Video Calling With FaceTime On The iPad | iPad Basics

    Nicolas Rozenthal
    31 Mar 2014 | 11:53 pm
    Getting started with FaceTime couldn’t be easier. When you launch the app, all you need to do is sign in with your Apple ID. You can then start making video calls to anyone who appears in the app’s Contacts list. Select a contact, tap on their name and tap again on the FaceTime icon. The […]
  • Will Smartphone Apps Change How We Think About Investment?

    Sachin
    31 Mar 2014 | 11:53 pm
    When they think about investment, most people will imagine large corporations and wealthy individualsdepositing their money with banks, or buying stocks and shares. They do not think about the average person with a smartphone or tablet making money in a matter of minutes – but that could be commonplace the future, and it’s a lot […]
  • New iPad 2 Might Also Be White

    Shane
    31 Mar 2014 | 11:53 pm
    According to 9to5 Mac, the new iPad 2 may also come in white as well as black. They received some images from China that clearly show a front bezel in both white and black. The images appear real due to the fact that there are camera holes exactly where the new iPad will be sporting […]
 
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    PadGadget

  • ‘Opera Coast’ Surfs Web in App-Like Experience on iPad and iPhone

    Sam
    24 Apr 2014 | 5:11 pm
    Version 3.0 of the acclaimed Opera Coast browser app is now available in the App Store and there are a number of design enhancements, including working natively on the iPhone, which makes this an interesting app for surfing the web. The developers of Opera Coast recognize that browsers are in a shrinking class, because other apps are becoming the primary method for connecting to our favorite content and friends online. The Opera Coast experience consists of a simple interface that utilizes gestures to navigate between pages on the web. Its home page is elegantly designed and includes a…
  • Kensington’s New iPad Air Cases Let you Customize your Folio With Pictures

    Lory
    24 Apr 2014 | 2:50 pm
    You’ll never have to worry about walking into a room and seeing someone else with the same iPad Air case as your (mortifying!) with Kensington’s new “Me” Folios. The new iPad Air and iPad covers can now be customized with any picture you want. It’s not permanent, either. So, if you have a photo of you and your sweetie on the back of your Comercio Me and you break up, don’t worry. You can replace that two-timer with a picture of you and your pooch. Kensington has redesigned the Comercio and Portafolio with a special clear view window so you can add your own personal touch to the…
  • Win a Meeting With Tim Cook For Charity Again, This Time It’s A Whole Lunch

    Lory
    24 Apr 2014 | 12:55 pm
    About a year ago, Apple CEO Tim Cook auctioned off an hour of his time to donate to the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights. While the coffee date had an estimated value of $50,000, the winning donation came to $610,000. This time, Cook is auctioning off a whole lunch date with an estimated value of $100,000. Who knows, maybe the winner will surpass the million-dollar mark in exchange for a chance to bend the ear of the most famous tech CEO in the world. The lunch with Cook auction is for two people and will last approximately one hour (though I’ll bet Cook won’t mind…
  • Soccer Rally 2 Mashes Two Action-Packed Games Together into One

    Lory
    24 Apr 2014 | 11:58 am
    If you are a fan of soccer and a fan of Nascar style racing, you don’t have a whole lot of options for enjoying both sports. Sure, you can spend Saturday afternoon watching the international soccer tournament, and then spend all day Sunday watching your favorite driver make the same trip 500 times around the track. But, then your whole weekend would be shot. IceFlame has figured out a way to join the two sports together so you can free up some time on the weekend for your other favorite sport, bowling. Soccer Rally 2 is, obviously, the sequel to the original game of the same name. Players…
  • New Apple iPads and iPhone Could have Environmental Sensors to Monitor Your Environment

    Lory
    24 Apr 2014 | 8:08 am
    The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) recently published two patents for Apple, Inc. that refer to environmental sensors that can be embedded into portable electronics like the iPhone, iPad, and even a “wrist-watch” device. The sensors would make it possible for you to read the temperature of the immediate environment around you, not just the weather outside. The first patent refers to “Electronic devices with environmental sensors,” and covers an exterior component that features a series of sensors for reading temperature, pressure, humidity, and sound. The device is built…
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    iPad Creative

  • Kensington KeyFolio Pro review

    iPad Creative
    20 Apr 2014 | 8:26 am
    Chances are you type way more text on the iPad's virtual keyboard than you thought you would. In fact, studies show that responding to emails is one the of most popular duties of the iPad. It's little wonder then that bluetooth keyboards have become so popular of late. I've tried quite a number over the last 3 years and none have truly hit the mark for my personal tastes. Can the Kensington KeyFolio Pro finally deliver? Let's find out. Key Features The KeyFolio Pro is a smart combination of a leather textured iPad Air folio case and slimline bluetooth iPad keyboard. The keyboard is held in…
  • Lightroom Mobile Hits the iPad

    iPad Creative
    9 Apr 2014 | 10:47 pm
    We haven't really had a chance to play with it yet but we were really excited to hear that Adobe have at last released Lightroom for mobile (well just the iPad initially - but an iPhone version is on the way). We will bringing you a more in-depth look at Lightroom mobile in the next week and importantly what this means, if anything, for our current favourite Lightroom companion, the excellent Photosmith. For now though, we hope these videos from Adobe give you an insight on what to expect from Lightroom mobile:
  • 'Vintage Ice Cream Parlour on Lake Ontario' by iJoxo

    iPad Creative
    9 Apr 2014 | 2:38 pm
    Found in our Flickr group, this image really grabbed our attention! It nicely demonstrates how far you can push the boundaries of photography using powerful iPad photo filter apps and an eye for great composition.
  • Metro travellers by Alex Raventós Cardús

    iPad Creative
    7 Apr 2014 | 2:16 pm
    We love this collection of Barcelona metro travellers. So very charming!
  • Audiobus 2 Has Arrived and It Is Fantastic

    iPad Creative
    3 Apr 2014 | 1:49 am
    Launch day The much anticipated update to Audiobus has been released today and it is very exciting news for the iOS musician community. We are sure Audiobus needs no introduction to most of you and Version 2 has some great new features as well as a newly designed interface (looking a lot flatter than before). Audiobus 2's New Features Multi-Routing (In-app purchase for $4.99 / £2.99 and well worth it!) - this introduces parallel pipes for multiple inputs via different processing apps into multiple (or one) outputs - very impressive and from our initial testing it works really well, even…
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    iOSnoops » Daily App Deals

  • iPhone & iPad App Price Drops – April 24, 2014

    Jerry Collins
    24 Apr 2014 | 4:00 am
    Need to stretch your iPhone/iPad app budget? Here are 65 great iPhone, iPad and iPod touch apps that just went on sale. This app deal alert includes 7-Minute Workout, Da Vinci's Art of War, Weather Line, LoveBots: Kit Robot, Forward My Meeting, Transit Stop: CTA Tracker, Password Safe, Photostein, Rebirth of Fortune 2, Sid's Science Fair, SubnetInsight, Site Audit Pro and many others. Remember, prices can change quickly and without notice, these apps may not be on sale anymore when you read this post. For real-time app deals, check out our Real-Time Deals section, as well as our Top App…
  • iPhone & iPad Apps Gone Free – April 24, 2014

    Damian Ragar
    24 Apr 2014 | 3:58 am
    Great app deals are constantly popping up on the App Store, and here are 29 iPhone and iPad apps that are now free. This apps gone free alert includes Nightfall, SpeedUpTV, Microtrip, Hard Racing, Simple Transfer Pro, Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed, Binaural Sleep Beats, Luna Bears, World Fit, AcePlayer and many others. Remember, prices can change quickly and without notice, these apps may not be free anymore when you read this post. For the latest app deals, check out our Real-Time Deals section, as well as our Top App Charts and Top 5 Matrix. You can also check out our Apps Gone…
  • Newly Released iPhone & iPad Apps – April 24, 2014

    Stefani Lain
    24 Apr 2014 | 3:56 am
    Bored with your apps, looking for something new? Check out these 38 iPhone and iPad apps that were just released. This new apps alert includes Charm King, The Price is Right Bingo, Translate Voice Pro, AppBullseye, Tower Math, Rubby Bird, Brewseful, Fame City, Flappy 2048!, Fuel Tanker Truck, Cloud Gallery Pro and many others. For real-time app info, check out our Real-Time Deals section, as well as our Top App Charts and Top 5 Matrix. You can also check out our New Apps section, as hundreds of great apps were released over the last few days. All Apps iPhone Only iPad Only Top New Apps of the…
 
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  • Spelling Super Star For iPad

    iPad Apps Rile
    15 Apr 2014 | 10:11 am
    We’ve discovered a cool and fun iPad app to help youngsters learn to spell better. This app was released on the App Store on February 11th by the developer Jason Sciss. This spelling app is called Spelling Super Star and is compatible with iOS 4.3 or later devices. Spelling Super Star has cracked the code on making learning to spell a fun exercise. We really liked the colorful graphics and easy to use interface. When you first tap and open the game you’ll be offered a choice of category and level of challenge that you want. For every 10 words that you spell correctly the timer…
  • iGOmii for iPad Available Now

    iPad Apps Rile
    19 Mar 2014 | 5:21 am
    In this review we’ll take a look at a brand new iPad App that was released on the iTunes App store on February 7, 2014. This stylish travel app lets you create interactive maps of your favorite that you visit. The developer is Igomii and they’ve developed a really cool and unique app that we think you’ll enjoy. The app is called iGOmii for iPad and it is packed full of a ton of great features. iGOmii for iPad comes with over 150 styles of map pins that are categorized to easily show your favourite places, museums, parks, places for kids, or any of the other major categories. This…
  • Apple iTunes is a Fortune 500 Gorilla

    admin
    12 Feb 2014 | 5:48 am
    In a recent analysis, Asymco has calculated that the iTunes store as a standalone company, would be in the Fortune 500 list of top U.S. companies at number 130. Apple revealed that the iTunes store had gross annual revenue year-over-year of $23.5B. This would put it between Alcoa and Eli Lilly in the Fortune 500 rankings. Growth was driven by increases in revenue from App sales reflecting continued growth in the installed base of iOS devices and the expansion in the number of third-party iOS Apps available. Net sales of digital content, including music, movies, TV shows and books, from…
  • Business City App Review

    iPad Apps Rile
    7 Feb 2014 | 5:23 am
    In this review we’ll take a look at a new iPad App that was released on the iTunes App store on February 3, 2014.  The developer is Fat Sam Game Co. and they’ve put a lot of effort into this iPad game app. The game is called Business City and it has some fun features that work really well on the iPad Air. This iPad game allows you to create stores that sell their goods to local citizens. You can purchase the necessary supplies from import docks to build your products line. You can also produce your store offerings locally by creating your own production lines – factories,…
  • iPad Air Commercial With Robin Williams

    iPad Apps Rile
    13 Jan 2014 | 4:43 am
    Apple has released a new advertisement on YouTube that is spellbinding about the iPad Air. The voiceover if from Robin Williams from the film Dead Poet’s Society. It shows multiple uses of the iPad air and an heavy emphasis on using the iPad in shooting video.
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    iPad Notebook

  • iOS 7.1.1 Update

    Justin Kahn
    23 Apr 2014 | 7:53 am
    Apple has updated the iOS to version 7.1.1. The update is for the following iOS devices: iPhone 5c / 5s iPad Air / iPad 2 / new iPad iPad mini / iPad mini with Retina Display iPod touch 5th gen The new version adds some additional improvements to Touch ID fingerprint recognition and addresses other issues.   Further improvements to Touch ID fingerprint recognition Fixes a bug that could impact keyboard responsiveness Fixes an issue when using Bluetooth keyboards with VoiceOver enabled To update your device, on your device, tap System Preferences > General > Software Update You may…
  • Keynote Update Adds Several New Features

    Justin Kahn
    23 Apr 2014 | 6:35 am
    Keynote has been updated to version 2.2.1. Some of the recent updates include: • Use your finger to illustrate on slides as you present• New “view only” setting lets you share presentations you want others to view but not edit• New portrait layout option in presenter display• Search presentations by name• New transitions and builds: Object Revolve, Drift and Scale, and Skid• Control the z-order of bubble chart labels• Export to PPTX format• Detailed presentation import feedback• Improved animation performance• Improved bi-directional support: switch direction…
  • TrialPad Upgrade Updated

    Justin Kahn
    11 Apr 2014 | 2:49 pm
    TrialPad for iPad has not only recently been upgraded to version 4.0 but recently that was updated as well. If you own a previous version, you will need to pay the upgrade price of $89.99. If you are looking to organize and present information at a trial or motion (and you are or can become comfortable with the technology needed to present the information on an iPad), get this app. The 4.0.13 version update includes: - Addressed an issue with importing case folders from TrialPad 3.1.3 with notes on the case folders.- Addressed a conflict authorizing Dropbox with TranscriptPad, for users who…
  • Adobe Lightroom Comes to iPad

    Justin Kahn
    10 Apr 2014 | 7:33 pm
    Adobe has released Lightroom, an iOS app that requires Adobe Lightroom 5 and a creative cloud plan. The app allows you to edit and organize images on your iPad and automatically sync them with your desktop. You can also share your photos with various social media sites.  
  • Fantastical 2 comes to iPad

    Justin Kahn
    2 Apr 2014 | 12:49 pm
    Flexibits, developer of Fantastical has finally released their app for the iPad. Fantastical 2 for iPad is now available for $9.99 which is a 33% off limited time launch sales price.  You can watch the app in action here. Specifically designed for your iPad, the Fantastical Dashboard puts all of your event and reminder info at your fingertips. With a simple gesture, you can toggle between the DayTicker, week view, and full-screen week view. Even better, the DayTicker, week view, calendar, and event list are all connected. Fantastical lets you manage your events and reminders like never…
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  • Tipitap launches new ‘Slides & Ladders’ app on Google Play

    LTT
    29 Mar 2014 | 7:25 pm
    [MobilePRwire] – Tipitap announces the launch of its recently “Games to Watch” featured app ‘Slides & Ladders’ on Google Play, after also being featured on the iTunes Store for over a month in the following categories: Best new apps, Kids Category, Best new apps and games, Games for kids and Best new apps for kids. ‘Slides & Ladders’ is Tipitap’s take on the classic and favorite family board game “Snakes & Ladders”, but with a few twists. This app delivers a wonderful ‘family time’ experience, bringing families together over…
  • Stargate SG-1: Unleashed Ep 1 available in Amazon App store

    LTT
    9 Jun 2013 | 7:31 pm
    [MobilePRwire] – The Original Stargate Cast Reunite in New interactive Adventure Game, Stargate SG-1: Unleashed! Starring the voices of Richard Dean Anderson, Amanda Tapping, Michael Shanks, and Christopher Judge, will be available the 1st of June for Android in the Amazon App Store. Today game developer, Arkalis Interactive, in partnership with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. (MGM), and Amazon Appstore announces the release of Stargate SG-1: Unleashed, an interactive episodic sci-fi adventure game for Android tablet and Android mobile devices, and Kindle Fire. Episode one will make…
  • Simon Pierro Reviews iPad 3 Magical New Features

    Darryl
    6 Mar 2012 | 9:49 pm
    If you enjoy comedy, magic tricks and you’re excited about the soon to be launched iPad 3 then Simon Pierro has just the treat for you! Not in a trick or treat sort of way like in his previous iPad horror video but a fun treat nonetheless! His newly released video is nothing short of humorous and entertaining, but then again we wouldn’t expect any less! Although the Apple iPad 3 won’t be available for purchase until March 16, 2012, Simon Pierro manages to provide us with an exclusive sneak peak of some of the magical new features we can expect to see from the new device.
  • Total Android Apps Fast Approaching Half a Million Mark

    Darryl
    4 Jan 2012 | 12:02 pm
    As of today there are now more than 400,000 apps available in Google’s Android Market. Quite an impressive milestone to say the least. Another impressive point worth mentioning, according to our good friends over at Android Police the Android Market also has the world’s largest assortment of free mobile apps. While Android tablets and smartphones continue to grow in popularity it’s fair & realistic to say that at this rate it won’t be long before the Android Market exceeds a total of half a million apps. Since it’s launch back in late 2008 the Android…
  • Great 2012 Deals On Tablet PC Carrying Bags

    LTT
    3 Jan 2012 | 7:40 pm
    Kick start the new year on a good note and take advantage of some of the best deals so far in 2012 on any of the following tablet PC carrying bags and protective cases. Case Logic LNEO-10 Ultraportable Neoprene iPad Sleeve Looking for protection for your 7-inch to 10.2-inch tablets? Case Logic® carries a wide assortment of soft sided tablet cases to fill just about any of your tablet PC needs. Right now we’re looking at the LNEO-10 ultraportable neoprene notebook/iPad sleeve. Constructed of durable, weather-resistant neoprene, the Case Logic LNEO-10 is designed to cushion and protect an…
 
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    Best Kids Apps| Best Kids Apps

  • Bamba Craft

    Mary
    10 Apr 2014 | 3:20 pm
    Bamba Craft is a fantastic tool for your kids! Creative playtime is crucial for kids. In taking time for playing and exploring you may just be the best Teacher your kids have ever had. In addition, multilingual apps open kids up to a world of wonder.: English, Danish, French, German, Russian, Swedish. You can find several Bamba app reviews here – just use the search box. Many are free and serve as a great test before you buy. Check our Parents page for brief setting videos to ensure It’s much In Bamba Craft, kids choose a project, create their masterpiece and display it in gallery…
  • Caillou: Show and Tell – An educational storytelling activity for preschool kids

    Mary
    25 Mar 2014 | 4:27 pm
    Caillou: Show and Tell – An educational storytelling activity by i Read With for preschool kids is an innovative and exciting app! We highly recommend this tool for all Parents, Caregivers, and Preschool Teachers. It is a part of iRead With, a new read-aloud program created to foster language development and help preschool kids get ready to read. An added bonus is the ability to switch from English to French Shared reading is valuable quality time spent with our kids. This app gives us multiple opportunities to explore and introduce them to a love for reading, a lifelong gift! The…
  • Cooking Fun For Kids! Healthy & Playful App

    Mary
    23 Mar 2014 | 7:01 am
    Cooking Fun For Kids: Healthy Playful Recipes, Food Games, and Videos for Kids in the Kitchen by Bean Sprouts is a wonderful app and highly recommended for Parents, Teachers, and Caregivers! The app teaches kids using a large variety of enticing educational strategies. Cooking Fun’s ease of use, great graphics, and outstanding presentation combined, make this a Must Have App for your kids. This tool encourages creativity, and laughter, while kids  learn about and experiment with healthy food. The videos below are a small fraction of the quality content in this app ranging from videos…
  • Ella & Ouch – an interactive nature story to watch, learn and play

    Mary
    16 Mar 2014 | 2:14 pm
    Ella & Ouch is the perfect introduction for our kids to the beauty and wonder of nature! These two adorable ants lead kids through a tale that is quite amusing and informative. In their travels there are stops to ask their nature friends if they were the mysterious visitor, and get invited to enjoy a game in nature each time. The narration and the images are top notch. We highly recommend this app to all Parent’s Caregivers, and Teachers. The app is advertisement and in app purchase free. It is a wonderful tool for our kid’s toolbox for life.This app is presented to us by…
  • Four Little Corners | Life Lessons for Kids

    Mary
    6 Mar 2014 | 12:29 pm
    For Little Corners is an amazing app that stirs emotion so well! This tale will touch the hearts of Parents and Teachers upon impact.  Hand your kids the best of apps you can find. This is definitely a fantastic life, empathy, and teamwork lesson that you will want to share with all of your kids. As kids are following the tale of Little Square they can tap the screen to interact with the characters. The characters and narration delivery are very enticing.  Kids will have valuable life lessons demonstrated to them and they also learn about colors and shapes. We highly recommend this app to…
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    Geeknaut » Apple iPad

  • How to Use AssistiveTouch on the iPhone or iPad

    Sean Garrison
    10 Apr 2014 | 7:00 am
    The AssistiveTouch feature on the iPhone or iPad offers an easy-to-use accessibility option for those who might have trouble with buttons or swiping on the touch screen. You can use AssistiveTouch on the iPhone or iPad to create gestures, use it as a shortcut for functions, or have an additional Home button, which is convenient when your […] Written by Sean Garrison at How to Use AssistiveTouch on the iPhone or iPad for Geeknaut
  • How to Sync Your Kindle with Your iPhone or iPad

    Sean Garrison
    31 Mar 2014 | 9:16 am
    For many of us, Amazon’s Kindle has become our go-to e-book reader for the latest thriller or for rediscovering a classic. Although it is generally a handbag-staple, what about the times when you don’t have your Kindle with you and you want to finish that chapter? Easy, sync your Kindle with your iPhone or iPad. […] Written by Sean Garrison at How to Sync Your Kindle with Your iPhone or iPad for Geeknaut
  • Flappy Bird Developer Removes Game, Game Fame Increases

    Deidre Richardson
    11 Feb 2014 | 12:20 am
    Some developers long for popularity and fame from one mobile game. Many developers spend years working on what they hope is the “next big thing,” but few surpass the fame of Flappy Bird — which grosses $50,000 a day for the game creator. Apparently, we’ve arrived at a tale of someone who rises from rags […] Written by Deidre Richardson at Flappy Bird Developer Removes Game, Game Fame Increases for Geeknaut
  • Facebook Paper App Released in App Store

    Amy Wood
    4 Feb 2014 | 11:04 am
    Facebook has finally launched their very talked about new app in the App Store. The Facebook Paper app is the newest app launched by Facebook, Inc. and it is free to download. Facebook is hoping this new app is going to be a hit and bring a new experience to browsing your News Feed. The […] Written by Amy Wood at Facebook Paper App Released in App Store for Geeknaut
  • I Didn’t Save My SHSH Blobs; Can I Downgrade From iOS 6 to iOS 5?

    Deidre Richardson
    30 Jan 2014 | 5:55 am
    Q: I am currently on an iPhone 4 running iOS 6 and did not save my SHSH blobs; is there any way possible for me to downgrade from iOS 6 to iOS 5? A: Downgrading is the process by which an iOS user (specifically, a jailbreaker) can return to an earlier firmware regardless of whether […] Written by Deidre Richardson at I Didn’t Save My SHSH Blobs; Can I Downgrade From iOS 6 to iOS 5? for Geeknaut
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    Tablet Cases News

  • Incase Takes a Magnetic Snap at the iPads With a Shell Case

    alex
    24 Apr 2014 | 4:59 pm
    It doesn’t get any simpler than Magnetic Snap from Incase. This tablet shell is designed to work with Apple Smart Cover completing the all-round protection and delivering a couple of useful functions. The case is compatible with the iPad 2-4. Built-in magnets will hold the Smart Cover in open positions increasing its functionality. The highly durable material provides the case with decent impact protection. All ports and buttons are open to unrestricted access. Naturally, the integrated stand function of the Smart Cover is not obscured by the case
  • Belkin Utilizes Air to Protect the iPad Mini Inside the New Shell Case

    alex
    24 Apr 2014 | 11:00 am
    The iPad Mini receives a simple, yet highly durable tablet shell from Belkin – Air Protect. The thick, closed-cell foam material and unique air pocket design deliver the ultimate drop and impact protection, but keep the case ultra-light. The tablet is covered from all sides with special attention paid to the bezel and corners. All ports and buttons are open to free access, and a special speaker channel ensures the sounds are directed towards the user.
  • Logitech Builds a Folio Case for the iPad Air Turnaround

    alex
    24 Apr 2014 | 5:00 am
    Logitech tablet case innovation continues with Turnaround – a sublime folio tablet case made to fit the iPad Air. The minimalist design makes the case perfect for business use, and its versatile functionality adds value to the claim. The case is a 2-part accessory: a tablet shell and a cover, the combination of which ensures the case can be branded E.P.S. – essential protection system. The best feature of the folio is its integrated stand offering rotating capabilities allowing easy switching between landscape and portrait orientations. The rotating integrated stand function is one of the…
  • Tigers Shield the iPads Inside the new Kenzo Portfolio Case

    alex
    23 Apr 2014 | 4:59 pm
    Kenzo has just a thing for fashionistas with an iPad to protect – Tigerhead. The newest portfolio tablet case is designed to accommodate the iPad 2-4 and it will accommodate them in style. Sporting a head of a tiger pattern design, the case is just as good-looking as it is protective. The tablet is secured within a special pouch inside the case, while the whole portfolio can be closed up with an all-round zipper lock. There’s a slip pocket in the inside offering a secure place for the most important documents.
  • The iPad Air Hinges Upon the New Folio Case From Logitech

    alex
    23 Apr 2014 | 11:00 am
    Hinge is the latest creation by Logitech, designed specifically to fit the iPad Air. The new folio tablet case comes with what the designer calls E.P.S. or essential protection System. It means the combination of high-quality materials and precise manufacturing providing the height of scratch, bump, and spill protection. But the best feature of the case is still its any-angle integrated stand delivered by a smooth-gliding hinge, which is built to withstand multiple adjustments. Naturally, all ports and buttons are open to free access. The unique integrated stand delivers endless number of…
 
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    iPad User Guides - Free iPad Tutorials

  • 15 Incredibly Awesome and Fun iPad Gadgets You Never Knew Existed

    ipaduserguide
    23 Apr 2014 | 6:07 pm
    It is no longer cool to just own an iPad, peer pressure dictates that you have to have an accompanying accessory, that can help you stand out in a crowd of Apple users. Below is a list of the most innovative and fun iPad accessories and gadgets currently available. By the way, they make great gift ideas for people who have everything! Owning those gadgets will make your iPad so much better! I Want Them All… Except #5, which made me laugh so hard. 1. Laser projection virtual keyboard This keyboard uses virtual laser and Bluetooth technology to project a keyboard on any flat surface,…
  • iPad Control Center Tutorial – New in iOS 7

    ipaduserguide
    15 Apr 2014 | 8:34 am
    This video tutorial covers the Control Center, which is a new and very useful feature in iOS 7. The control center is hidden at the bottom of your iPad. To access it you just need to swipe up with one finger from the bottom of your iPad. The following controls are available in the Control Center: Mediaplayer controls: In upper left corner you will find a media player, that allows you to play and control audio from most apps that have audio, for example Pandora. You will find the usual controls like play, pause, forward, backward. Below that you can control the volume with a slider. Airplane…
  • 15 Mind-Blowing iPad Tricks Most People Don’t Know

    ipaduserguide
    10 Apr 2014 | 12:05 pm
    Have you just unwrapped your new iPad and you’re still wondering where to start from? Or are you a seasoned iPad user looking for great tricks to use your iPad more efficiently? Then you came to the right place, because in this article you are going to learn a lot of cool things that you can do with your iPad that most people don’t know about. These tricks will leave you glued to your iPad craving for more. | Your iPad has a lot of tricks up its sleeve that most iPad owners don’t know It is time you get the most out of your iPad and that is why we have rounded up the most useful…
  • Guide: Hard Reset iPad to Factory Settings

    ipaduserguide
    11 Feb 2014 | 2:56 pm
    How to hard reset your iPad to Factory Settings If you want to sell or give away your iPad, it is very useful to know how to wipe your iPad clean, so none of your personal data remains on the iPad. There are two options you can choose from: 1. Just reset all settings (but keep personal data) 2. Reset all settings and wipe all data and apps Resetting the iPad is very easy: Just tap on the settings button, which brings you to the “general settings” screen. Now you scroll all the way to the bottom, where you will find a button called “Reset iPad”. Tap that and you will be…
  • Easy iPad Video Lessons – Best iPad Training for Beginners

    ipaduserguide
    3 Feb 2014 | 8:58 pm
    >>> Click here to access awesome and easy iPad Video Lessons How to master your iPad Buying a new gadget is easy but the real challenge is getting it to work for you. It doesn’t matter if you belong to generation X or Y, the understanding of technology isn’t embedded in your DNA. Learning exactly how to use a product ensures you get full value for your money and allows you to exploit its features to your full advantage. An iPad is a definitely a great item to own but if you don’t know how to use it, you might as well just use it as décor. Learning to master your new gadget…
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  • Tips For Maximizing Your IPad Use At Home

    Jessica
    24 Apr 2014 | 5:07 pm
    Even though you may want to use the iPad a lot, you might not know what to do with it because the technology is so new. It's more than just a gaming system! You can do a lot of great things on your iPad. Get going with the process of learning by reading this piece now. Keep track of the total funds you spend to purchase apps for your iPad. It is very easy to accidentally spend more than you intended on iTunes, for example. The app stores your credit information, so you can just buy, buy, buy with a single click! Therefore, it is important to monitor your spending. TIP! Be aware of the amount…
  • Learn Your Way Around Your Ipad With These Helpful Tips

    Jessica
    23 Apr 2014 | 2:10 pm
    Tablets, especially iPads, are the hot new thing among tech geeks. If you are not an iPad owner yet, you have no idea what you are missing. Regardless of your needs, the iPad offers many options for all kinds of users. Check out the article below to figure out what you can really do with the iPad. Using your iPad to watch films, play music and play games can significantly shorten the life of the battery. A simple way to get more play time out of each charge of the battery is to use a low screen brightness setting. Most likely it is not necessary to use the highest intensity setting to get the…
  • The Best IPad Tips That You Will Ever Need

    Jessica
    22 Apr 2014 | 12:04 pm
    You want to use the iPad more, but you might get stuck with newer technology. Don't let it just become an app and gaming machine. The iPad is a fabulous device. Find out additional information by perusing the tips below. When you use the iPad to stream a lot of media content, such as watching movies or listening to music, you will notice that the battery does not last as long. A simple way to get more play time out of each charge of the battery is to use a low screen brightness setting. You probably won't even miss using the brightest setting. TIP! The iPad's iOS supports folders now. To…
  • Things You Did Not Know You Can Do On Your Ipad

    Jessica
    21 Apr 2014 | 5:20 am
    Hasn't everything already been said about iPads? Some love it; some hate it. If you know you want to learn more about the iPad, keep reading these tips. Are you finding it annoying to receive constant messages from your iPad asking if you are interested in accessing a wifi network that it has detected? This feature can be turned off under your settings. Open the Wi-Fi tab of the settings menu and choose the last item in the list that appears if you don't wish to receive network prompts. TIP! Watch how much money you spend on apps. The convenience of buying apps makes it quite easy to spend a…
  • Great IPad Advice That Everyone Should Know

    Jessica
    20 Apr 2014 | 3:37 am
    So, you've just bought yourself an iPad. This decision is one that many individuals have found to be a smart one for both business and personal reasons. There are some important things you need to know to use your iPad to the fullest extent. This article contains discussion about your new iPad and can assist you in making a smart purchase. If you want to stream movies, listen to music and play games on your iPad, consider that your battery life will be much shorter. Adjusting the brightness is a great way to extend battery life. There is no reason to have the screen at full brightness in any…
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