Posts tagged iPhone

News from Kirkville: Kirk McElhearn goes after the new iPhone and other Apple antics

Kirk McElhearn is the Ask the iTunes Guy Kirk McElhearn is the “Ask the iTunes Guy” at Macworld — and he’s always got some real cool stuff going on! The introductions of the iPhone 7 has gotten Kirk stirred up, and we can understand why! Go get’im, Kirk! . . .

  • Kirk goes after the latest iPhone and Watch
  • Charging the iPhone 7 While Using Headphones is a Mess
  • Apple just demonstrated why people hate the tech industry
  • I Forgot How Bad Apple’s EarPods (not AirPods) Sound
  • Apple: Jacks Off iPhone 7
  • Apple’s AirPod Mistake
  • Has Apple Lost Interest in the Mac?
  • Do You Need to Take Screenshots of the Apple TV? Here’s How to Do It
  • How to Encrypt Disk Images with Disk Utility to Protect Sensitive Files
  • Pretty Scary Security Problem with Amazon; How Is This Even Possible?
  • Kirk McElhearn’s 10 Essential Mac Utilities
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Introducing the new iPhone 7


Here we share the iPhone 7 video trailer and the all features scrolling infographic . . . enjoy . . .  follow this link:





Live Speed Limit Alerts

Speed Alert IconMADE IN AMERICA Boston, Massachusetts – Indie developer, InchWest has released Live Speed Limit Alerts 2.42, an app to avoid police traps and speeding tickets. This app for iPhone and iPad provides real time voice alerts based on “actual” speed limits. Unlike similar apps, speed limits are automatically updated based on the current location.

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Pokemon Infomanager : Senators, safety, guns, hackers, porn, gays, big money, stupid games?

InfoManager : what's new online The world pastime is coming up with some truly stupid news, not to mention problems, crime and stuff you really don’t want your children involved with — in fact, some of this Pokemon-Go crap shouldn’t be allowed. But alas, it’s all in fun, and the Pokemon InfoManager is there . . .

  • The team behind Pokémon Go assures US senator that the game isn’t violating your privacy
  • Gun-wielding homeowner confronts driver playing Pokemon Go on his property
  • Pokémon Go Has Exposed Hacker Subculture and a Personal Moral Dilemma
  • The Gay Pokémon Go Porn Parody You Didn’t Know You Wanted Is Here
  • Pokemon Go has made more than $440 million in less than two months
  • Pokémon Go Players in New Zealand Caught a Suspected Thief
  • Pokemon Go: A Simple Way To Gain 100,000 XP With Lucky Eggs
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Clean Text 1.0 for iOS

Udine, Italy – Apimac has announced the availability of Clean Text for iOS. Clean Text is an essential tool for web masters, graphic designers, developers and magazine editors to reduce text cleanup and editing time, and a great tool for any iPhone and iPad user that needs to cleanup and editing text from emails, documents, or other material. Continue reading »

Cascable 2.0

cascabel-iconStockholm, Sweden – The updated Cascable app is the best tool for working with your Canon, Nikon, Olympus or Sony camera in the field. Whether it’s taking perfect group shots with your family using the included Apple Watch app or nailing that hard-to-reach shot in your latest photoshoot, Cascable will prove to be an essential part of the photography toolkit for the professional and amateur photographer alike.   Continue reading »

Apple InfoManager: Olympics, Hackers, security update, iPhone 7, Ransomware, Helix and more

UGNN InfoManager news all about Apple and Apple computers This is probably one of our most extensive Apple updates for a long time! Things seem to be bumping and jumping in the technology world, and Apple’s right on the cusp. The next big thing may already be the current big thing! Follow along with your Apple InfoManager

  • Apple celebrates diversity in new iPhone ad to air during the Olympics
  • Samsung’s latest invention looks suspiciously like the Apple Watch
  • Hackers are holding iOS devices for ransom through Find My iPhone
  • Let’s try this again: Has the Apple Watch’s time finally come?
  • Apple releases iOS 9.3.4 security update for iPhone and iPad
  • Removing Duplicate Files on Mac OS X: The Complete Guide
  • Has Apple, Inc.’s iPad Business Finally Turned a Corner?
  • Reading the Apple tea leaves for what’s coming this fall
  • Real iPhone 7 leaks out running Apple testing software
  • iPhone 7 Plus purported mockup reveals blue paint job
  • Apple Previews iOS 10, the Biggest iOS Release Ever
  • Not all about you: The iPad can be computer enough
  • How to Overcome Newly Discovered iPhone Ransomware
  • So, what if your computer was an iPad Pro?
  • Standzout Helix Dock for Apple Watch

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iFiles 2 for iOS

MADE IN AMERICA iFile IconChicago, Illinois – Imagam, Inc. has announced an update to iFiles 2 with German and Polish localization, a new version of the iFiles app for iOS devices.  iFiles 2 has many new features, including SMB/CIFS client and server support, synchronization support, tabs (Multiple services can be opened; like Dropbox, Web Browser), new redesigned Interface, Document Provider Extension support, support for iPad split view as well as a redesigned interface. Continue reading »

notably* App for Service & Trade Pros

Toronto, Canada – PayStudio Inc. has announced the release of notably* 1.0, their new business app developed for iPhone and iPod touch. notably* was specifically developed to help service and trade professionals go digital and save time and money while managing their businesses on the go. It is an easily customizable and feature-rich mobile application enabling estimating, invoicing and inventory management anywhere you go. notably* users can create, iMessage or email estimates directly to their customers with an embedded estimate accept button and an in-app notification when their customers accept an estimate. Continue reading »

The teens and millennials need a safe texting app. So be Sayfe

 MAG Technologies launches the Sayfe (Safe) App MAG Technologies has launched the Sayfe (Safe) App in response to teens and millennials’ need for a safe and secure texting environment. In recent surveys, over 45% of users responded that security is extremely important in their day-to-day texting.

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A New Zombie Shooter Inspired By Presidential Candidate Donald Trump

 A New Zombie Shooter Inspired By Presidential Candidate Donald Trump Leave it up to the Canadians to come up with a new Zombie Shooter, Zombie Wall Attack. In Zombie Wall Attack, your objective is to fight off countless and ruthless waves of zombie attackers. The concept is simple, prevent as many zombies as possible from hopping over a wall and entering your compound – if more than 20 zombies manage to jump pass, you lose. The objective is to get through as many waves as possible with the highest score possible.

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Sync Multiple iPhones Together To Create One Giant Speaker

 An old article I just “Stumbled Upon“:  Seedio is an app that lets you play local iPhone music across multiple devices. The app uses a Wi-Fi network to beam the track to other iPhones in your vicinity and synchronizes the playback.

The theoretical connection limit for the app is 150. That’s a lot of phones. 



Introducing 2016 Election Map: The Presidential Election App

2016 Election Map: The Presidential Election App Cory Renzella today is pleased to announce the release of “2016 Election Map: The Presidential Election & Electoral College App”. Now available in the News category of the App Store, “2016 Map” lets you explore, edit, and share 2016 presidential election scenarios in a quick and easy way. This iOS app has been significantly upgraded from its 2012 version, and it is the must-have app for anyone interested in American politics and the 2016 presidential election.

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Pokemon Infomanager : Syria, Apple, State Department, Oliver Stone and really stupid games?

InfoManager : what's new online The world of Pokemon is exploding … we’re here for the second week, following the trends, trials and tribulations of Pokemon Go users. Some pretty crazy stuff going on as Pokemon rolls out to the rest of the world. . . see how Pokemon looks to Syrian children!

  • State Department calls out reporter for playing Pokemon Go in briefing
  • Thousands to invade White River State Park for ‘Pokemon Go’ meetup
  • 13 Ridiculous Things People Have Done for ‘Pokemon Go’
  • How to tell if Pokémon Go servers are about to crash
  • How to track and find rare Pokémon in ‘Pokémon Go’
  • Oliver Stone: Pokemon Go is “totalitarianism”
  • The Mapping Expert Behind Pokémon Go
  • What Pokemon Go looks like in Syria
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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 »