Posts tagged iOS

Helping Mom and Pop Accept Apple Pay

This article by Ellen Muraskin on ChannelPartners.com tells about a new version of the credit card reader attachment called PayAnywhere.  It accepts Apple Pay, magnetic strip cards and the EMV chip-and-PIN card due out in October as well as NFC payments from Android Pay/Google Wallet.   Continue reading »

The increasingly long lives of old Macs

This Macworld.com article by Dan Moren talks about the fact that many Macs are still usable years after their manufacturing date.

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Safenetting : Macintosh Malware vulnerability, cell malware, scam pop-ups and more

Safenetting

User Group Network UGN Safenetting and Malware report Digging deep into society we’re discovering the malware programmers know a lot more about what they’re doing that our experts ever thought. Now they’re attacking games, cars, cellphones and even calling on the phone. They will do anything — everything they can to get at your money and your identity. A growing number will do anything to bring down western civilization! It’s getting bad!

  • The Russian government may be protecting the creator of the world’s most infamous malware
  • Thousands Of Pirate Bay, Kickass Torrents Proxies Infect Browsers With Malware: Report
  • Why Your Mac Is More Vulnerable to Malware Than You Think
  • New malware turns your computer into a cellular antenna
  • The Hip Trend of 2015 Is Designer Government Malware
  • Tech support scam pop-ups

CAUTION Beware, most all of these sites have lots of screen spam, including stalker links and possible click-wear. Be very careful what you click!

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Best Birthday Invitation and Greeting Cards Maker

iAppsTechnology has announced the release of The Best Birthday Invitation and Greeting Cards 1.0, its amazing Birthday eCard App developed for iPhone and iPad devices. A special birthday begins with the perfect invitation and greeting.  A picture paints a thousand words! Continue reading »

Quickly Share Photos with Groups of Users via Photo Clique

MADE IN AMERICA  Ellicott City, Maryland – Craig Cole has announced the release of Photo Clique 1.1, an update to his group-based photo sharing app developed for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. Photo Clique allows users to set up groups at events or parties, and immediately share photos as they are taken, or to share previously taken snapshots directly from their Camera Roll. The app creates a peer-to-peer network, facilitating the sharing of photos via both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. The more users in the group, the larger the sharing network that is formed via the app.  Continue reading »

Expert collages and posters created in simple clicks

 Posterino 3.2 now available on Mac App Store featuring new Mosaic-Crop You’ve heard me talk about Posterino before. Now, the latest iteration of its popular custom collage app, facilitates the creation of beautiful photo collages with a number of new features. Users can expect more flexibility, improved workflow and easy sharing. The results are expert collages produced by simple mouse clicks.

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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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Quip

 Quip has released their spreadsheet and word processor for desktop machines. (Windows & Mac) They have had mobile versions and web versions for a while.
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RecApp for iOS 2.0

 d-Studio LLC has announced the release and immediate availability of RecApp 2.0, an update to the most advanced free voice recorder for iOS devices. The RecApp voice recording application for iOS has been designed for iPhone and iPad, and developed to be simple, useful and enjoyable at the same time.  Continue reading »

2015: Top Ten Browsers

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GoMark

MADE IN AMERICA Hermosa Beach, California – App designers Blacksand Apps Studio Inc. released the new GoMark App for iPhone. GoMark instantly and intuitively labels photos with the time they were taken, the place taken, date, and even altitude and temperature. 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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