Posts tagged iPhone

Say ‘TTT’ App

MADE IN AMERICAAustin, Texas – uSafeguard Inc. has announced the release of Say ‘TTT’ 1.2 for iOS, a new customized announcement generator that provides a way to create custom repeated announcements for any event in a handy and timely manner. Say ‘TTT‘ has taken the power and functionality of a wired paging system utilizing digital announcers, to repeat messages and packed those capabilities into your smartphone. Continue reading »

Pokemon Infomanager : beginners’ guide, hackers, Pokemon porn, Pokemon hacks, stupid games?

InfoManager : what's new online Five days in, they had already made six million bucks on the latest stipid phone game for people without a life … oh well, now twenty million users, maybe the InfoManager should take it just a little more seriously — especially since people are dying with it in their hands. Another chapter from the iOS InfoManager

  • Pokemon Go fake Android app delivers lockscreen malware, clicks on porn ads
  • Everything you could ever want to know about ‘Pokemon Go’
  • Why Pokémon GO Is Good For Data And Great For Business
  • U.S. Cities Are Betting On a Pokemon Go Tourism Boom
  • How to Keep Your Kids and Data Safe on Pokémon Go
  • Don’t believe the ‘Pokémon Go’ privacy hype
  • Watch out for fraudulent ‘Pokémon Go’ apps
  • Real Dangers in the Fake Pokemon World
  • A beginner’s guide to ‘Pokémon Go’
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MailShot for iOS

  Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom – Soluble Apps has announced the release and immediate availability of MailShot Pro 5.0, the latest update to one of the most popular group email applications for iOS devices. Continue reading »

Mirror Maze Challenge

MADE IN AMERICA Farmers Branch, TexasMagnin & Associates has announced its new Mirror Maze Challenge 1.0 for iOS, Apple TV, Android, and Windows 10 Phone and PC. Enjoy the thrill of running through a carnival or boardwalk style glass and mirror maze on your iPhone or iPadContinue reading »

ABBYY Business Card Reader for iOS

 Moscow, Russian Federation – ABBYY has announced the biggest update yet of its contact management application for iOSABBYY Business Card Reader. In addition to a substantial iOS update, we are proud and excited to introduce the new Apple Watch application for our multifunctional business card and contact manager. Continue reading »

UGNN : Mug Musings from around the world for your 4th of July

InfoManager : what's new online If you’ve been around a while, you’ve learning that the really important stuff will be posted and shared to computer user group Facebook pages. Unfortunately we cannot cover them all — and if we haven’t mentioned you in a while, please let us know! What are mugs buzzing about on Facebook? Let’s go find out . . .

  • Tekserve, Precursor to the Apple Store, to Close After 29 Years
  • 19 Mind-Blowing Tricks Every iPhone And iPad User Should Know
  • How to stitch photos into a panorama using Adobe Camera Raw
  • Everything you need to know about the new Apple File System
  • Limited time offer: Procreate for iPhone FREE
  • Sierra Running on Old Mac
  • iOS 10 | What’s new? (don’t miss this video!)

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Apple InfoManager: Bob LeVitus, splash, Job’s mistakes, billion $$ watch, GPS, tracking, petty crime and more

UGNN InfoManager news all about Apple and Apple computers This is a fun time for all computer users, especially those who use and follow Apple Computer. Hope you didn’t sell your stock yet, things are buzzing, and the Apple Watch has only just begun to become the next big thing! We’ll see if that holds true, in the mean time HAPPY 4TH OF JULY… enjoy

  • A roundup of original iPhone reviews that got everything completely wrong
  • iPhone 8 Leaks, iPhone 7′s Missing button, Steve Jobs’ Greatest Mistakes
  • This graphic charts all of the scientific advancements behind the iPhone
  • iPad Air 3 Release Date Rumors Spark Comparison With Apple iPad Pro
  • How to Stop Your iPhone from Tracking Your Frequent Locations
  • Apple Watch 2 Release Date, Specs, GPS, Swim Tracking
  • Bob LeVitus : How not to lose your Apple Pencil
  • Here’s How Much Apple’s Watch Business Is Worth
  • Apple’s ‘next big thing’ might already be here
  • How To Get A New Apple Watch Face In watchOS 3
  • Petty crime just ain’t what it used to be
  • Apple patents iPhone camera blocker
  • The thing for your iPhone and Watch
  • Pool Party Splash iPad … ooops!

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iPhone Update : rumors, destruction, predictions and lots of fun, and more

UGNN InfoManager news all about Apple and Apple computers Apple’s upcoming iPhone changes seem to be stirring up some rumors all over! Do you need a headphone jack? Can you think of creative ways to destroy an iPhone? Fun and useful iPhone news…

  • Dropping An iPhone 6S 100 Feet In A Ball Of Pop-Its… Because Why Not?
  • The simple reason Apple is getting rid of the iPhone’s headphone port
  • 7 Satisfying Videos of iPhones Getting Destroyed in Bizarre Ways
  • The 7 things to delete first when your iPhone storage is full
  • iPhone 7 will get a larger camera, according to spy shot
  • Leaked Image of iPhone 7 Depicts Larger Rear Camera
  • Toddler-Proof Your iPhone With This Quick Trick
  • Apple Loop: iPhone 8 ‘Confirmed’
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Apple InfoManager: Pre WWDC news and rumors, Watch 2.0, iPads galore, WiFi and more

UGNN InfoManager news all about Apple and Apple computers It’s exciting to follow Apple into the summer and fall as the WWDC announcements unfold, and the mega-tech-giant marches toward the gift giving season! I’m following the iPad Pro and Pencil developments since I’m shopping! We’ll see how that goes, but for now, enjoy the June launch of the Apple InfoManager . . . .

  • Apple Watch 2: feature 4G, launch alongside iPhone 7
  • Apple Stops Signing iOS 9.3.1, Here’s What It Means For You
  • WWDC 2016 Preview: Five iOS 10 Features For The Next Decade
  • WWDC wish list: What to expect for Apple Watch and Apple TV
  • iPhone 7 Pro, Apple Pencil And Smart Connector Leak
  • Most personal: Your Apple Watch mileage may vary
  • Why Apple is starting to woo its app developers
  • Apple to host annual developers conference
  • How to travel with a Wi-Fi-only iPad

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60 best free iPhone games

MacWorldUK has posted this article on their website. David Price starts off by saying:

“Looking for the best free iPhone games? We’ve rounded up 60 of our favorites: from driving games to sports sims, from puzzle games to shooters, these are the best free iPhone games available to humanity. …”

“Of course, free games aren’t always the bargain they seem – you should look out for games crammed with annoying in-app payments and adverts, and various other irritations. … is the worst thing in the history of gaming: a rant’ and ‘Why apps need to be more expensive’.) And if you have kids, make sure they know about the dangers and expenses of in-app purchases – we’d recommend the use of parental controls to avoid an unpleasant bill…”

GO http://www.macworld.co.uk/feature/iosapps/60-best-free-iphone-games-ios-3507064/

 


Apple InfoManager: Instant Digitization, Touch ID, transfer files, iTunes 12.4, Bad Apple Music and more

UGNN InfoManager news all about Apple and Apple computers Here’s your Apple Update for May 30, 2016, where we see some . . . seems there’s a lot of buzz about the new iTunes and Apple Music, as well as the ever-changing world of Apple Security! So here are some of the most interesting recent items :

  • Write on Paper, with Instant Digitization, Using the Moleskine Smart Writing Set
  • New Touch ID rules: Why you have to enter your passcode when you wake up
  • 6 ways to transfer files from your Mac to your iOS device
  • View Recently Added Music in iTunes 12.4 the Way You Want
  • Why Apple Music Is So Bad When the iPhone Is So Good
  • Quickly Switch Media Libraries in iTunes 12.4
  • Some Minor Changes in iTunes 12.4

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Mug Musings : interesting snippits from the world 1605-30

InfoManager : what's new online Some interesting snippits in the online world of user groups — week ending on 1605-28 (05/28/2016). It’s obvious that UG members are staying on top of things — a great way to learn, associated with an organization of like minds . . . .

  • Apple’s New San Fran Store Indoors Feels Like Outdoors
  • Here’s what the ‘i’ in iPhone means
  • Bob “Dr Mac” Levitus at LIMac
  • Vintage and obsolete products
  • Change your passwords!
  • Just around the corner

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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 »