Posts tagged iPad

Mug Musings : Adobe Launches Spark: Visual Storytelling Apps for Everyone

InfoManager : what's new online Once upon a time you had to have specialized help to publish your ideas, stories or books. You needed a good camera or a photographer. You needed a designer knowledgable about layout and typography, and you needed a person knowledgable in the method of publishing you needed. Then came desktop publishing, and millions of people became publishers. Now, Adobe erases the last vestiges of specialization. Now, millions of people will do their own for better or worse. It’s free for the time being.

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FileMaker 15 launches with a focus on mobile

FileMaker Pro According to iMore, Apple subsidiary FileMaker has launched its FileMaker 15 Platform, which allows businesses of any size to create custom app solutions for their needs.

FileMaker 15 Platform puts a major emphasis on mobile, and iPhone and iPad custom apps developed with the platform can now utilize features like app extensions and sharing files with cloud services. FileMaker 15 also supports iBeacons, allowing you to get location data from custom apps, as well as FileMaker WebDirect, which lets you access your custom apps from the web.

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12 iPhone only apps to make Android users jealous

Another list, this one from Macworld UK. I’m not sure how many of these really will make Android users jealous, but they are good apps. Continue reading »

Apple InfoManager: iTuns taking your songs? China, iPhones, new Pencil, WWDC’16

UGNN InfoManager news all about Apple and Apple computers The closer we get to summer, the hotter the rumors get … plus this almost-new buzz about iTunes removing (stealing) your songs and yes, WWDC is on its wy . . .

  • As iPhone Sales Slow, Apple Drops $1 Billion on Uber’s Biggest Rival in China
  • After LAUSD iPad program failure, Apple’s help spurs success in other schools
  • Apple Doesn’t Give Up, Wants to Make the Pencil Better than the Surface Pen
  • The MacBook mess: Or, why it’s so hard to choose an Apple laptop
  • iPhone 7: 11 things to expect before its September release date
  • Apple Acknowledges iTunes Music Deletion, Prepares Fix
  • WWDC 2016: what to expect from iOS 10 and OS X 10.12
  • Apple Inc. Set For Biggest Pivot In History
  • How to Find Which Files iTunes Has Deleted

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Mug Musings : interesting snippits from the world 1605-09

InfoManager : what's new online Fun surfing and meeting new people, discovering unknown stuff, and catching up with old friends. This is a lot of fun, it’s just too bad you can’t make a living at it . . . .

  • Here’s why Apple’s partnership with SAP is amazingly strategic and smart
  • 30 must-know secrets and shortcuts for your Apple TV
  • How to prune your friend’s list on Facebook
  • David Harned , proud daddy …
  • Podcasters voice grievances
  • Got Spotify? Hate the ads?
  • and … a courageous note from Tom Negrino

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CurbAppeal brings Real Estate photography to the iPhone

CurbAppeal brings Real Estate photography to the iPhone Designers and photographers may be looking for a little extra income — this may be the opportunity to bring in some of those real estate clients and boost the biz! Time to sell? Spring real estate markets firing up … time to sell!

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MovieShop

Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam – Number One Application Co., Ltd. has announced the release of MovieShop 1.5, an update to their popular video editing tool that has brought mobile movie montage to a completely new level. MovieShop is a full-scale professional editing center at an extremely accessible price. Continue reading »

PhotoCards by Bill Atkinson

MADE IN AMERICA  I just watched Leo Laport‘s interview with Bill Atkinson.  The interview in 2 parts was done on TWiT‘s Triangulation podcast.   Continue reading »

Free iOS Mobile Game brings Fun to the US Presidential Race

 A New iOS Mobile Game to Bring Fun to the US Presidential Race LumEnrich Inc. today is proud to announce the release and immediate availability of Clash of Candidates 2016, their fun new game title developed for iOS and Android devices. Clash of Candidates 2016 lets players support their favorite presidential candidate by piloting the candidate to victory in a classic dots and boxes game.

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Family Tree 8

Mainz, Germany – Synium Software has announced MacFamilyTree 8 – as the popular genealogy software celebrates its 18th birthday!  MacFamilyTree 8 is the right tool for every phase of your genealogical research: MacFamilyTree 8 assists you entering your data and researching your family tree, offers dozens of printable and configurable charts and reports and publishes your family tree as a book or web site with just a few clicks. Two decades of expertise went into the development of MacFamilyTree 8 and no other app is better suited for your genealogy research.  Continue reading »

Mug Musings : interesting snippits from the world

InfoManager : what's new online Thought we’d share some of the highlights we found snooping around on Member groups’ web sites and Facebook pages. Always interesting stuff.

  • CONGRATULATIONS to Herb Dang … UG friend from BMUG…
  • 10 Absolutely Free Websites to Download Stock Images
  • Best Apple Pencil Apps for people that don’t draw
  • The FCC’s War On The Internet Targets Facebook
  • 24 more good reasons to NOT use Flash
  • Why Is America’s Internet So Slow?
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The Next 40

This article by Horace Dediu on the ASYMCO.com site, is an interesting read.   Continue reading »

KitchenPad Timer Update

MADE IN AMERICA  San Francisco, California – Touch Village has announced the release of KitchenPad® Timer version 4.0 to the Apple App Store. Continue reading »

iPhone and iPad apps that make life a little easier

Apps makes tasks easier

iPad Apps InfoManager It’s spring, and time to emerge and pick up some new apps. . . today’s line-up features apps that can make some tasks easier and faster. Most are free, and very easy to use. Let us know about your favorite apps!

  • iFile Saver Pro – Internet Browser & File Manager Super Lite
  • Shake! – Your Free friendly outdoor companion
  • TotalReader Pro – The BEST eBook reader
  • Mini for Facebook – with Lock Feature
  • TASK – Time & Task for Project
  • Widget Dial – easy dialing

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iPad InfoManager: iPad bricked, Underclocked, Quad Speakers, Pro, and more

UGNN InfoManager news all about Apple and Apple computers The threads are running hot, and there’s no stopping the flow of rumors and discussions about the Pro iPad and many problems surrounding the latest product announcements from Apple. And, you can bet that what ever happens, the InfoManager will be there . . .

  • Apple pulls iOS 9.3 update for older devices following activation problems
  • iPad bricked by iOS 9.3? Don’t worry, we’ll get through this together
  • New iPad Pro 9.7 Is Underclocked, Running Slower Than 12.9-Inch iPad
  • WARNING – There’s a MAJOR problem with Apple’s new iOS 9.3 update
  • Apple responds to iPad-bricking iOS 9.3 update with workarounds
  • Apple’s Quad Speaker iPad Pro Invention Comes to Light
  • 5 Things to Consider When Shopping for an New iPad Pro

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