mTouchLabs has announced the release of SMS Export Plus 1.7, their app exclusively for iPhone and iPod touch. The texts on your iPhone are now one of your most important forms of communication with your friends, family, loved ones. Maybe a friend sent you a funny joke that you want to save or maybe you need to make a backup of a text for legal purposes or may be running low on storage space?. Continue reading »
I know there are stock mavins out there who have to live on the edge of their portfolios . . . spending yourself rich on the stock market ain’t a bad way to go . . . so here’s STOCKWATCH a new iOS App for the Apple Watch and it’s one tough little turtle!
StockWatch is compatible with the highly-anticipated Apple Watch, enabling users to track the performance of their investments via personalized watchlists and portfolios, including portfolio gains/losses totals.
I would have to assume that you probably already know how to pack for travel. But many people like lists so they don’t forget something they’ll have to buy when they get there. So maybe you’ll be needing the Pack app.Continue reading »
Sometimes we wonder if all these stupid little apps are really necessary. But a simple list app across devices may just be a home run! Now there’s Apple Watch support for MindFull List, a popular productivity app for iOS and Mac OS X.Continue reading »
As a musician myself, I’m always on the lookout for good apps. SoundMeter has been a great app to have, and now with an Apple Watch companion, it just gets cooler! SoundMeter 8 and SoundMeter Pro 4, which are both available for immediate download on the App Store, each now include a companion app for Apple Watch. Continue reading »
Here comes the latest version of the musical interval timer app TuneTime, adding a full-featured Apple Watch app ahead of the device launch later this month. A slimmed down version of the iOS app, the watch extension allows users to see the most important workout information at a glance. Continue reading »
Here is some more great content items posted by user group members on Facebook! If you’re not already with us, please feel free to jump in . . .
Apple Corp of Dallas
Roommates stab each other with beer bottles in iPhone vs. Android dispute
Apple Sells Almost a Million Watches on First Day; Final Cut Pro Update
North Coast Mac Users Group (NCMUG)
Can’t update Office 2011 on your Mac? Here’s the fix!
HoudahSpot – Advanced File Search for Mac
It’s a good idea if you log into your Facebook account prior to reading this article. Continue reading »
The full title of this article on the Kirkville blog is Apple Explains How to Remove Adware From Your Mac, by Kirk McElhearn. Continue reading »
IdeaSolutions has announced Memories, designed by a team of expert photographs, for high quality photo scanning on iPhone. Continue reading »
Like I posted to our wall this morning, “Thanks for the post … ” to Gary who was one of only TWO who posted something constructive or interesting rather than stupid political crap or idiot memes. You know what a meme is, right? Something that lets the world know you didn’t think it up yourself. Well, anyway, this week’s antics on Facebook are just as twisted as last week’s but they’re always interesting and the InfoManager will stay right out there on top of it all!
- Rich kids love Instagram, but Facebook is most popular with lower-income youth
- Port City Post: Here’s what happens when a Facebook ‘friend’ appears in person
- Catholic school teacher suspended for gay remarks on Facebook reinstated
- Facebook has admitted that it tracked users who are not on Facebook
- Facebook page rights dispute lands former business owner in jail
- INFOGRAPHIC: Top 20 Facebook Brands See Lower Like Totals, Too
- Police Facebook post leads to arrest in Aurora theft case
- Facebook Used To Serve Divorce Summons
Careful, many of these sites employ stalker links, pop-ups and screen spam. Careful where you click . . . an don’t miss this week’s article on stalker links! over in SafenettingContinue reading »
This edition of Apple Watch InfoManager is all fun and games, and very little actual benefit — but that’s what we love about the Apple Watch — until you’ve tried it, well, it’s fun and games. David Pogue’s review is wonderful (just turn on your strongest security before you go to Yahoo.com) and thanks to Lynn, we’ve got some real gems off the pages of Facebook … see there, Facebook is actually good for something besides political crap and meme idiots! Have fun!
- The Apple Watch: Half Computer, Half Jewelry, Mostly Magical
- Golden anniversary wedding present: A gold Apple Watch
- The Apple Watch reviews are (quietly) brutal
- 11 surprises I learned about the Apple Watch
- Apple Watch Demand: Sizzle or Fizzle?
- Bradley Dichter got one too!
- The 1997 Apple Watch
- Apple II Watch
- . . . and more!
The smoke will never settle for Net Neutrality because we’ve opened a wound that will never heal. We’re also seeing the adverse effects of legislation for the web, which does not affect other countries. What’s good for the goose, isn’t necessarily good for the gander. But after all, the InfoManager will keep you on top of things . . .
- Why ‘zero rating’ is the new battleground in net neutrality debate
- Net Neutrality: Why the Internet and its applications are best left untouched
- Can John Oliver Do for Mass Surveillance What He Did for Net Neutrality?
- Net Neutrality Stance Presents Silicon Valley Challenge For Rand Paul
- Publication of New Internet Rules to Prompt Cheers and Challenges
- Did ‘tech populism’ give us a bad ‘net neutrality’ rule?
- Open internet, the next step for connectivity
- Carly Fiorina: Obama’s net neutrality failure
- . . . and more!