Posts tagged applications

Simplex Solutions Inc. Brings Secure Web Surfing via Private Browser

 Simplex Solutions Inc. Brings Secure Web Surfing via Private Browser Obviously, Simplex Solutions Inc. has been following UGNN and the Safenetting blog and Pinterest pages because they’ve decided to help everyone by developing and releasing Private Browser. This is a revolutionary new secure web browser developed for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. Offering integrated Proxy technology with several methods of encryption, Private Browser features a clean and functional design and ensures fast connection speeds. This unique web browsing solution is based on the VPN Unlimited stack of technologies. Reliable methods of encryption guarantee ultimate online security while ensuring completely anonymous online surfing.

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Jeff, the GIF creating Mac app from Robots and Pencils

 Jeff, the GIF creating Mac app from Robots and Pencils Robots and Pencils is today pleased to announce the release of Jeff, a Yosemite Mac app that allows users to record their screen as a GIF and share it anywhere with Dropbox. Now any Mac user can visually share an idea in seconds.

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Ring Menu for Mac

The Ring Menu Application for Mac can now be downloaded from the Mac App Store. It adds a circular menu containing apps, files and folders around the mouse cursor which responds to trackpad gestures and keyboard shortcuts.   Continue reading »

Karelia Software Announces Yosemite Compatibility for All Mac Apps

 Karelia Software Announces Yosemite Compatibility for All Mac Apps Karelia Software has updated all their apps to Yosemite … from Sandvox and The Hit List for Mac, to a new Stars app, all to address compatibility with OS X Yosemite. Karelia Software today also confirmed all of the company’s commercially available apps for OS X, including Tangerine!, are now compatible with OS X Yosemite.

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iPhone 6, Apple Watch, Apple Pay fun and games and video!

UGNN InfoManager news all about Apple and Apple computers Well, the big rollout has come and gone and the world is abuzz from the good, the bad and the ugly — some kooks, some gooks and even David Pogue chimes in . . . TUAW says Apple’s livestream was a bust — but we watched it flawlessly from the backwoods of Virginia! Folks, it just keeps getting better and better when you’re following the UGN iPhone Infomanager …
[*] Don’t call the Apple Watch a smartwatch, even though it has the same challenges
[*] VIDEO : Watch Stephen Colbert Lose His Shit Over the Apple Watch
[*] The New Yorker Cartoon Makes Fun of the New Apple Watch
[*] Apple Hasn’t Solved the Smart Watch Dilemma
[*] VIDEO : Apple’s iPhone 6 Keynote In Two Minutes
[*] Oh, heck … why bother : do it yourself
[*] Snap Judgments of Tech Product Launches
[*] COMIC: Time for Apple Watch? No Way!
[*] VIDEO : Apple Watch Parody
and more…

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WritePad Pro 1.4 features Improved Note-Taking

 PhatWare releases WritePad Pro 1.4 - Featuring Improved Note-Taking PhatWare has rolled out the latest WritePad Pro 1.4, the advanced word processing, note-taking, and handwriting recognition app for iPhone and iPad. WritePad Pro 1.4 features numerous improvements, all of which are based on feedback we received from WritePad users. Continue reading »

Yacha – The viral messenger creates havoc in LA and Dubai

MADE IN AMERICA  Yacha - The viral messenger creates havoc in LA and Dubai There is a new slick and powerful messaging platform called Yacha that has attracted strong growth in LA and Dubai in its first few days since launch. The free, feature rich application creates truly multimedia messages from audio, text, drawings, photos and video, in any combination, which can be sent as a single message.

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PaintCode 2.1 adds support for Swift programming language

MADE IN AMERICA  PaintCode 2.1 adds support for Swift programming language PixelCut has released PaintCode 2.1, adding support for the new Swift programming language to its popular developer tool. PaintCode is a unique vector drawing app that generates Objective-C or Swift code in real time, acting as a bridge between developers and graphic designers. Continue reading »

Join us for another hit episode of “Stupid App Tricks”

Games InfoManager ... games for big kids

GAMES InfoManager Man, it’s been a while — but with this week’s slew of really stupid apps, we couldn’t resist bringing back the Infomanager’s famous “Stupid Apps Tricks” — Follow along with all the other UGNN Infomanager readers as we puzzle over what the developers of these new iPad, iPhone and Android apps were thinking! Have fun
[_] Floaty Hamster – Zen and Art of playing stupid float down the river apps
[_] Are you dressed? Only your Virtual Closet App knows for sure
[_] Everybody needs the Biggest Carp App on their phone!
[_] First person shooter ‘Goblin Attack’ … yawn
[_] Destruction at the reach of your fingers
[_] Bowling in Paradise will be a huge hit . . .
. . . and more — with VIDEO!

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6 Apps to Keep Your Mac in Tip Top Shape

FStoppers.com has this article listing 6 apps that will help you keep your Mac in good shape.  Continue reading »

Get the School year going right with fun educational games for iPad and iPhone

Games InfoManager ... games for big kids

GAMES InfoManager Once again, we’ve entered the school year, and kids all over are trucking back to school! Home time and quality time with parents can enhance and extend the learning experience — with apps for your iOS device. Follow along with all the other UGNN Infomanager readers as we investigate just six of the hot new iPad, iPhone and Android apps! Have fun
UGNN GAMES Reading Comprehension Skills & Practice for Struggling Readers
UGNN GAMES Four Games That Teach Rhyming – Partners in Rhyme 1.4 for iOS
UGNN GAMES Children’s Music Shines In New Kids App: Preschool Musical
UGNN GAMES News-2-You iPad app now offers 4 reading levels
UGNN GAMES Bamba Airport allows kids to ‘run an airport’
UGNN GAMES Wonster Words Spelling with Phonics App
. . . and more — with VIDEO!

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Open Source Mac Software

I am preparing to present Open Source Software for the Macintosh to the Tulsa Users of Macintosh Society in September.  A few years ago, September was declared Open Source Month by someone and I’ve tried every two or three years to find what I can get and tell the group about what is available.   Continue reading »

iPhone InfoManager: August Rumors again

UGNN InfoManager news all about Apple and Apple computers Here we go — getting closer to the big September 9th Apple rollouts — the rumors are hot and heavy … two new iPhones, iPhone Air, a burned teen and even a cardboard 3D viewer . . . it just keeps getting better and better when you’re following the UGN iPhone Infomanager …
[_] The 85 best iPhone games: Great gaming apps for iOS tablets and smartphones
[_] TMZ passes cheap Android clone off as iPhone 6 — and CNBC fell for it!
[_] iPhone 6: A Big Screen Is Nice, But The Bigger Battery Is Necessary
[_] Will a larger-screened iPhone 6 still fit comfortably in one hand?
[_] The iPhone 6 And iWatch Will Be Vital To Apple’s Big ‘Data Play’
[_] Teenager who fell asleep on his iPhone 5 is scarred for life
[_] Here’s How To Identify Battery Draining Apps On iPhone
[_] iPhone Air release date rumours, specs, leaked photos
[_] Use the Google Cardboard VR headset with an iPhone
and more…

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15 Apps that are better than Apple’s

This article on BusinessInsider, lists 15 apps that they think are better than the ones from Apple that come on your iDevice.   Continue reading »

On the road again with your kids for Summer? Take PlayPlaces along

 PlayPlaces - Ultimate Kids Road Trip App Updated for Summer MADE IN AMERICA Just in time for family summer road trip season, AppAvenger today is proud to announce the latest version of their PlayPlaces – Ultimate Kids Road Trip App for the iPhone and iPad. Version 1.6 has been completely updated for 2014. The app is a must have companion for families traveling by car with younger children.

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