Posts tagged apps

Go For Facebook

Go To Facebook” is available in the Mac App Store.  It is a free app.  It is an app dedicated to running FacebookContinue reading »

Reflector 2

MADE IN AMERICA  Reflector turns your Mac (or Windows machine) into an Airplay receiver.

You are able to connect any combination of devices to your computer at the same time.   Continue reading »

An Effective New Way to Add Instagram and Twitter Followers

 Follow4Fame is an Effective Way to Add Instagram and Twitter Followers People who want to massively increase their Instagram and Twitter followers with a simple and easy swipe, can now head to the App Store and download Azure Group’s unique new app Follow4Fame. Available at no cost, Follow4Fame is refreshingly easy to use, and is already earning rave 5-star reviews from users with comments such as: “This is the easiest way to get more exposure for your Instagram photos”, “No need for big conversations with this great app”, and “Looks beautiful, designed to make things easy and efficient”.

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The Standard Musician’s App lets you learn those licks

 mimiCopy upadated to Ver.1.5 - The Standard Musician's App The gold standard for musicians, mimiCopy, an audio player for ear training, is now updated! Software developer and content creation firm ART Teknika, Inc. (headquarters in Shibuya-ku, Tokyo) is updating its iOS app, mimiCopy, to version 1.5 on the iTunes App Store. mimiCopy is geared at guitarists and other musicians and allows them to record and copy sections of audio by ear.

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LaunchCode App instills the human interface into your iPhone

 LaunchCode App instills the human interface into your iPhone Intelligent Apps releases version 1.3 of LaunchCode Shortcut with Notification Center. Our world is an integration of thousands of languages and cultures. But there is a nonverbal language that every human being uses and understands; gestures! Humans use gestures as an integral part of their daily communication and now can communicate with an iPhone the same way.

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This week’s selected stories:

Here are some good stories on the net that are to short for me to summarize.   Continue reading »

copyThing 5

Hamburg, Germany – crispSofties has introduced the all new copyThing 5, a Mac utility to transfer music and more from iPhone to iTunes. It is the successor to “iPod.iTunes 4.8” and has been completely re-written from scratch to significantly enhance & simplify the user experience. copyThing 5 connects with iPhones, iPads & iPods and makes it very easy to identify media content on those devices which is missing from your iTunes library. Media and Playlists can be synchronized with one click in various ways, including via a Transfer Wizard, and always without the fear of ending up with duplicates in iTunes. copyThing 5 also features Live Search and Media Preview, which works for audio as well as video content.  Continue reading »

Get El Capitan features now in Yosemite

Roman Loyola has written this article on Macworld.com.   Continue reading »

Mobile Mouse on your wrist with the Apple Watch

MADE IN AMERICA Miami, Florida – RPA Technology has released Mobile Mouse 3.3.1, an iOS 8 optimized update, featuring an all new app for the Apple Watch. Mobile Mouse instantly transforms your iOS device into a wireless mouse, remote, keyboard, and much more for your Mac or PC. Continue reading »

70+ Best Free Alternatives

Ruchita Bamane posted this list of software that are alternatives to commercial software on June  13th on The Unlearner blog.

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UGNN InfoManager Newsletter for June 22, 2015

UGNN Infomanager HERE’S THE INFOMANAGER NEWS for the week of June 15 through 22 . . . There really wasn’t much of interest this week — it seems everyone’s preoccupied with Facebook, and passing around stupid memes. But we did dig up a number of items of note for your user group newsletters and your members. Lynn has his weekly Facebook update, and Fred laments over Apple Music. But there are some very cool items too, like new virtual reality and new stronger security for Apple iOS.

  • User Groups on Facebook June 20, 2015
  • 6 Digits Are Better Than 4! iOS 9 to Boost Passcode Security
  • New Kindle Paperwhite Adds New Typesetting Engine and Font
  • New Features Coming to Apple’s Garage Band on June 30
  • How to Back Up Your Mac to Multiple Time Machine Disks
  • Intellibins – Mobile app to find recycling centers
  • How to change the default app for a file on OS X
  • Apple iCar Sightings Are Apple Mapping Vehicles
  • FBI Safe Online Surfing Internet Challenge
  • Apple Music: a Close Look at How it Works
  • 11 Virtual Reality (VR) Glasses Compared
  • Spotify Admits Defeat Already
  • Apple’s WWDC announcements
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MacFamilyTree 7.5 for Mac

Mainz, Germany – Synium Software GmbH has just launched version 7.5 of their popular and multi award-winning genealogy application that lets you to explore your own family history. Last year, Apple selected MacFamilyTree as one of the “Unforgettable Apps” of the last 30 years and recommended it on the Mac App Store welcome page countless times. Continue reading »

Marvelous Mac Apps

This article on ProductHunt.com lists some apps that we have mentioned in the past, but also several new ones.   Continue reading »

Emulsion

Melbourne, Australia – The Escapers has announced the release of Emulsion, a brand new photo library app for Mac OS X. Powerful, fast and flexible, Emulsion helps anyone manage their photos, apply filters, fix dust spots, adjust metadata and so much more. You can apply stunning filters, subtle adjustments, and create multiple versions of your important images.  Continue reading »

Can you prevent revenge porn and online embarrassment

 Social Prenup App Seeks to Prevent Revenge Porn and Online Embarrassment Only 12 states in the U.S. have laws on the books outlawing “revenge porn” – a humiliating practice where private, sexual videos and photos are posted online without a person’s consent. Today, a new app called “Social Prenup” is launching and aims to help stem the practice, by giving anyone the ability to quickly create a legally enforceable contract between two individuals. The contract requires someone to obtain consent before distributing photos or videos of a person on social media or other websites.

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