Despite being a sub-optimal experience, iPad users still rely on its virtual keyboard for most of their daily communications. A new App named Vittle from Qrayon, launching worldwide today, seeks to change that. Vittle lets users record short videos using their photos, handwriting, and voice that can be securely shared, or posted online for the whole world.Continue reading »
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When the photographer left Los Angeles a few years ago for a five month expedition to Latin America, little did he know that there was no going back. In the following years, the epic adventure now nicknamed “LA2BA” would cover 42,000 miles through 15 countries, providing a vast supply of exceptional photographic opportunities and a rare chance to meet the contrasting cultures of an entire continent. Continue reading »
iLuv Drawing Vehicles for iPad is a clever app which shows kids step-by-step how to draw 20 different vehicles. Unlike most similar apps, it provides a full complement of flexible, accurate, touch-sensitive tools for young artists, including: pencils, crayons, pattern brushes, paint fills, erasers, backgrounds, stickers, undos, layering, scaling, flipping, rotating, and zooming.Continue reading »
Retina-X Studios, creator of a mobile monitoring products, announces the release of PhoneSheriff for tablets. The monitoring program can now be used with iPad tablets to monitor and restrict activities. The monitoring software allows registered users to gain access to a wide range of activities conducted on the tablet, as well as to receive alerts, and engage in other controls.Continue reading »
ProtectStar today is pleased to announce ProtectStar iShredder 2 Standard Edition 2.0.7 for iOS, an update to its best-selling utility designed to permanently wipe all traces of files that the user has deleted or put in the trash. Because deleted files remain intact on the iDevice until written over by new files, it is relatively simple to completely recover sensitive, personal data, photos, and videos. The app irretrievably erases files using 11 different, user-selectable algorithms, which have been certified by military/intelligence security experts. Continue reading »
According to MacStories.net, Apple has released a list of its All Time Best Apps. This one done as part of the campaign to recognize the 50 Billionth download from the app store. In this case, Best means most sold. Continue reading »
Independent developer Gerald Aquila has introduced Inseries, a completely new approach to iPhone calculators that allows you to enter calculations more naturally and to clearly view your previous results. Award-winning designer Wolfgang Bartelme created the clear and functional design of the app combining aspects of financial and scientific calculators with a spreadsheet-inspired way of entering calculations. Continue reading »
The Gamma Project has released AnyMoney HD 1.0, their all-in-one multi-currency converter and calculator for the iPad. Perfect for managing expenses while traveling the world, AnyMoney HD offers the easiest way to manage foreign currency conversions. The app can quickly sum up amounts given in any of 155 different world currencies, and converts the total into a currency of your choice. Continue reading »
Summer’s coming . . . travel time, car time, beach time, butt time . . . get your games on !!!!
* Crime & Puzzlement 2 – 24 more Solve-Them-Yourself Picture Mysteries
* Razed – A unique indie puzzle game gets featured in 36 countries
* Tipping Point adventure game series finds new life on iPad
* Kinetic Defender – AirScreen Motion Tracking for iOS
* Cirkits: Toy Robot Racing
* Toy Defense is BACK
. . . and more!
Kallergis Consulting Limited has introduced Server 1.0 for iOS. The Server is an application that turns your iOS device into a fully featured wirelessly accessible data modelling and multi-user access platform for you to use to build systems with that are centered around other devices using your device as their server. It breathes new life into anything that runs iO5 or better. Continue reading »
The iPad InfoManager is following the rumore, and the next releases of iPad 5 and iPad mini 2 . . . these are among this week’s best tidbits …
* iPad 4 The Most Satisfactory Tablet According To Survey – iOS Doc
* Apple iPad Mini 2 Versus Samsung Galaxy Note 3 – Which Will Win?
* iPad mini 2 release date nears : Specs , retina display a must
* Apple iPad loses tablet market share to Android, Windows 8
* Strategy Analytics: Apple iPad Retains Global Tablet Lead
* Apple iPad maintains strong Web traffic lead lead
* Has The iPad Met Its Match?
* 5 Apple iPad 5 Wishes
. . . and more
Perth, Australia – Indie Developer, Mike Cunneen has released EggMaps HD 1.04 an iPad-only app that provides an easy interface to Google Maps, at full resolution. Until EggMaps HD, iPad users had resorted to using the website or iPhone versions of Google Maps (the latter at low-resolution, sometimes known as “pixel doubling” or “2x”).Continue reading »
“What is a Book App and Could YOU Create One? How 27 Writers Did!” is the new eBook that’s right for any writer or illustrator who is wondering if their book could be a book app for Apple or Android devices (like the iPad), and it’s Free to download from April 9th – April 13th.Continue reading »
This article on “the Journal” web site offers 12 tip for Educators about using the iPad. (The Journal‘s subtitle is Transforming Education Through Technology.) It starts off saying that there is more than 20,000 educational apps available for iOS. The tips in this article assume iOS 6 is being used. (I do wonder about calling the tips “advanced”, but they are useful for the new user.) Continue reading »