Scanner Pro 2.0 is out and it REALLY is better than ever. The new automatic edge detection feature is very helpful. I tried it on a document and was fascinated to see how easier it figured out where the edges were! I did discover that when the page had a colored border, the app had a bit more trouble finding the edge. It's still quicker than having to adjust all the edges manually like it did before.
So your app was approved by Apple, it's for sale on the App Store, and sales are… slow or non-existent. Now what? With over 120,000 titles, your app isn't just going to sell itself. For an app to be successful, it not only has to stand out from the crowd, you need to get the word out.
Apple provides access to some basic materials but, unfortunately, doesn't do much else to help developers.
The ability to develop clear and meaningful conversations often hinges on the first thing you say. If you can spark a relationship based on awareness, common understanding, or a philosophical viewpoint, you have a better chance of achieving your business and personal objectives.
Being “in the know” is a critical business requirement these days. The emergence of real-time social networks challenges professional workers to be “always-on” and aware of everything that’s happening in their business segment.
Pogo’s Sketch Stylus is used to capture customers signatures for credit card transactions
With over 2,000 business apps available, how do you find the essential ones—the few that will handle most of what you need to do and integrate them into your business life in a SOHO (Small Office or Home Office)? Here’s a rundown on the three apps I use most often.
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