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Accessibility for iPhone and iPad: The Ultimate Guide

Rene Ritchie has written this article for iMore.com.  It actually contains a list of links for detailed instructions.  The links are: Continue reading »

UGNN : What’s hot and what’s not in the user group community this week 1612-05

InfoManager : what's new online We picked up some new ideas online this week, with musings from our friends in user groups. We want to give a special shout out to Pam Doughty with her 550 member user group (AUSOM) in Melbourne Australia, Del Missier, and our wonderful friends Gail M Murphy and Sandy Foderick for writing in this week! It’s always a pleasure to know somebody out there is still reading! Anyway, here are just a few others we thought you should see:

  • Apple’s new campus looks like it’s almost ready – according to this drone footage.
  • Downloads Make It Even Easier to Watch Netflix on the Go
  • What if the AirPort Extreme becomes the Siri Speaker?
  • How to Stop Your Computer from Slowing Down
  • Apple to creative pros: Go f*** yourselves
  • Best Apple TV Wireless Bluetooth Speakers
  • How to Stop iCloud Calendar Spam
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Calligraphy Penmanship

1024 Chateaudun, France – Topdune Studio has announcd the release of its new version (1.5) of Calligraphy Penmanship. Traditionally, calligraphers are not using massively digital tools for creating their artworks. Ink and paper are their preferred tools, but it seems that they are getting into the digital age progressively for its advantages in terms of power and usability. Painting applications and their brush effects are their favorite instruments of creation. But these applications are not devoted to calligraphy and hand lettering. Despite of their excellence, they need to get a step forward for calligraphers and letterers. Continue reading »

Portland Cardiologist Launches Heart Attack Prevention App

 Portland Cardiologist Launches Heart Attack Prevention App One thing you’ll notice about most user group members … none of us is getting any younger! Semler Heart for iOS devices is the first interactive app that deals directly with preventing heart disease; the #1 cause of death in this country. Continue reading »

Famous shoot’em up game apps for iOS, retro shooters! What’s Christmas without games?

Games InfoManager ... games for big kids

GAMES InfoManager Okay, once a year at least, everyone gets to be a kid again! Even grown-ups remember the thrill of those first space invader games, and shoot-em-ups — and we’ve selected the hottest and most faithful to the vintage retro games we’ve all come to know and love! Light’em up, Scotty . . . .

  • Kosmik Revenge – Retro Arcade Shoot ‘Em Up
  • Iron Mission- classic arcade shoot’em up
  • Space Falcon Reloaded Free
  • Vintage Shoot-Em-Up
  • Captain Temporium
  • Phoenix HD
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Make millions of unique fortunes on your iPhone and iPad, just Ask Fortuna

 Ask Fortuna 1.0 for iPhone and iPad makes millions of unique fortunes Ask Fortuna 1.0, is an intriguing new fortune-generator for iPhone and iPad. Ask Fortuna creates almost-random sayings and prescient prognostications with a twist. However, these are not plagiarized lists of old quotes, nor are they completely random sentences of computer-speak; They are something in between. Ask Fortuna makes millions of uniquely original sayings, guided by “artificial intelligence” that imbues its prose with poetic and thought-provoking wit. You can save and send your favorite sayings to your friends, and even have “Ask Fortuna” read the saying out loud in one of many computerized voices.

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Apple InfoManager: Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Trump, Cook, Colburn, iPhones, iPads, Watches and MacBooks!

UGNN InfoManager news all about Apple and Apple computers Black Friday is behind us, and CyberMonday is TODAY (assuming you get this on Monday!) So what’s next? The deals are hot, the products amazing and we’re all bozos on this bus. From deals to rumors to dates to security problems, the world of Apple marches on, and we want to be there — the InfoManager marches on . . .

  • Apple just patented an iPhone that clips to your clothes
  • How to make an iPhone speakerphone call using only Siri
  • Trump To Cook: Let’s Bring iPhone Mfg Back To America
  • Ken Colburn: Comparing new Google Pixel vs. iPhone 7
  • Can the Apple Watch Save These 2 Ailing Retailers?
  • The malicious iPhone video with a silver lining
  • iPhone & iPad Security Flaw Can Bypass Passcode
  • Apple products will be rented like Apple Music
  • Pad Mini 5 release date, rumors: March 2017
  • Best Apple Deals 2016 – Cyber Monday
  • iPhone camera may get a 3D upgrade
  • Will the iPhone 8 be a flip phone?
  • Tablets at 35,000 feet


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UGNN : What’s hot and what’s not in the user group community this week 1611-21

InfoManager : what's new online I’m happy and sad this week. Happy because we had some fun discovering things posted by Mugs and Mug friends. However I’m sad because stupid fake, and rude posts far out-numbered real content. Even more disturbing is that it appears to be a trend. UG members who used to find real treasures that we were proud to share now just propagate junk and crap. Some of the best known MUGS in the world, known for their hugely beneficial sites and pages now dwindle to one or two real contributors. The leaders in our field and industry now tweeting dominos and media pander. Social media has proven itself as a remarkably powerful medium — for good or for bad. But it’s discouraging when it seems to be moving toward deep, snoring, mediocrity*, and that’s sad.

  • Android Phones Sending User’s Personal Data to a Firm in Shanghai?
  • Samsung phones are getting more and more like the iPhone
  • Have an iPhone 6 Plus that’s unresponsive to touch?
  • Have Mac’s Dashboard Widgets slipped away?
  • Is an App Right for You?
  • Apple Smith Haven

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Calligraphy Penmanship 1.2

1024Chateaudun, France – Topdune Studio has announced the release of Calligraphy Penmanship 1.2, developed exclusively for the popular iPad Pro and the Apple Pencil. With personalized and very sensitive adjustments of the pencil pressure and smoothness, calligraphers will quickly find the feeling of their favorite shading style. Copperplate or English Commercial hands will be drawn with a single stroke and a very light pressure of your hand on the Pencil. Continue reading »

Mug Musings from around the world 1610-31

InfoManager : what's new online This is seriously getting to be too much fun — to the point where I’m thinking about musings all the time! Well, October is over, and we’re rolling into the holiday season — have fun with this week’s musings :

  • Who’d Have Thought that Microsoft Would Come Up with a Good Desktop Computer Design?
  • Documents & Data: A mysterious black hole of data storage in iOS
  • It’s 2016. Why Can’t Anyone Make a Decent Freaking To-Do App?
  • Before You Go All In on Apple’s Touch Bar, Think about This
  • The Real Reason Why The UN Wants Control Over The Internet
  • 8 Things to Do Right Now if You’ve Been Hacked
  • Get ready for the holidays : Christmas Logos
  • Gumdrop’s Drop Test … are you safe?
  • MacBook Pro? Check Amazon first

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Photo Flashcards iPad App

MADE IN AMERICA icon175x175Bowling Green, KentuckyiRecognize, an app for creating custom photo flashcard quizzes by iRecognize Solutions, LLC officially launches their tool for learning and recollection in the iTunes App Store. iRecognize allows users to create quizzes intended for learning and recollection by using their own photos, text, and voice to create one-of-a-kind educational material. Unlike traditional, and often mundane testing material, iRecognize has created a unique learning environment to improve and test skills of all levels. Continue reading »

UGNN : Fred Showker’s Mug Musings from around the world 1610-24

InfoManager : what's new online Here we go with another round of musings from the world of user groups and user group pundits! Thanks to Del Missier for helping out this week with TWO leads — one here and on over in the Apple News column. Remember folks, if we haven’t recognized your user group online, please let us know you’re alive . . .

  • IBM cutting costs w/ largest enterprise Mac deployment, 100,000 by end of year
  • Apple says 90% of “genuine” chargers on Amazon are fake — and dangerous!
  • Debate over: IBM confirms that Macs are $535 less expensive than PCs
  • Apple Invites Media to ‘Hello Again’ October 27th Mac-Centric Event
  • Did You Get the Message? Tapback, Digital Touch, Apps, and More
  • BM says it is 3X more expensive to manage PCs than Macs
  • 3 data precautions to take when you’re renting a car
  • When you can NOT beat them, you finally join them.
  • Some guy in Las Vegas just married his smart phone
  • Does anyone else wear their watch “reverse crown”?
  • Cartoon graphics collections? Leave it to Milt …
  • Lynn sez : is it time to switch?
  • Let Me Pay for Facebook

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Apple says most chargers sold on Amazon are fake

Apple bought and tested over 100 Lightning cables and chargers marked “Fulfilled by Amazon” over the past nine months. The result? Around 90 percent of the chargers were fake.

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BoomBar

Brisbane, Australia – Accesources Pty Ltd has announced the release of BoomBar 2.0, their store reward and loyalty cards app developed for iOS devices and Apple Watch. Continue reading »

UGNN : Fred Showker’s Mug Musings from around the world 1610-17

InfoManager : what's new online It’s a great time this week once you delete all the political crap. It’s amazing how user group people are so gullible. Anyway, this one is FUN, a couple from Dr. Mac, Bob LeVitus — plus two videos! But, Don Rittner’s comment alone is worth the trip! Follow along, and if you’d like the InfoManager to pay a visit to YOUR Facebook wall, just let us know!

  • Facebook adds Apple TV and Chromecast support as video push ramps up
  • Deke McClelland : Create a classic neon sign in Adobe Illustrator
  • Did you know this macOS Split Screen view tip? Apple Must
  • Joby Magnetic Tripod with Universal Smartphone Tripod Mount
  • And finally … Don Rittner sends this doozy
  • Bob LeVitus loves this keychain add-on . . .
  • Bob’s Rants & Raves Episode #196
  • iPhone 7 Plus vs DSLR Camera

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