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Pinlo United Aluminum case (AT&T and Verizon)

Pinlo United Aluminum case (AT&T and Verizon)

United Case - This case fits for both AT&T and Verizon iPhone 4.

It provides great protection in a stylish way!

Brighten up your iPhone 4 with this 2 in 1 bumper case.
The case comes in 2 parts, one part is made of aluminum, and the other part is made of PC Plastic.
Weighs only 9 grams and still provides a great shock and drop protection!
Customize your iPhone with 2 different colors (PC part). The aluminum part comes only in one color.
The PC frame part is changeable, you can customize your iPhone 4 as much as you want.

The United aluminum bumper is available now in five colors for $31.95 at www.pinlo.com


Free iPad app offers over 250 short software tutorial videos

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Infinite Skills Video Based Software Training is a free app for the iPad that gives you access to over 250 short videos that help you learn software such as Adobe Creative Suite 5, Microsoft Office, and AutoCAD. Each video is a few minutes long and shows you how to accomplish a specific task, such as correcting color casts in PhotoShop. The app requires an Internet connection, either WiFi or 3G.



Extreme Agenda 2.0 Released

Extreme Agenda 2.0 Released

Birdsoft is pleased to announce the release of Version 2.0 of its popular iPhone organizer Extreme Agenda. Version 2.0 adds a ton of new features including, Portrait support throughout, Photo Contact List, Quick Lists, Year View, Agenda List View, Lighter Color Themes, Start On Option, and more.

We plan on having some giveaways on our Twitter account @birdsoft the next couple days so please come follow and check out Extreme Agenda!

It is on sale during release and will work its way up to its normal $4.99 price so get it now.

Visit us at www.birdsoft.net


Pocket Manager App is Free....for now

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I have written about apps by this developer before. Intersog writes interactive educational apps for the business community. They are very extensive and well worth the $20 normal price. There are a couple of their apps available for free. I am not sure for how long they will remain free so hurry.



GoToMyPC -- use your iPad to access your desktop computer remotely (free app, free 30-day trial)

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Using an iPad to access a desktop computer remotely is a great boon to travelers. LogMeIn Ignition has been available for some time for the iPad and iPhone. And earlier this week GoToMyPC was released for the iPad. Both have positive reviews in the App Store. The GoToMyPC is free and has a 30-day free trial. After that it costs $10 per month for a single user, or $100 per year. The LogMeIn app costs $29.99.



Best iPhone Apps for Public Speaking

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The iPhone can help you during, before and after you present, but only if you have the right apps. This Public Speaking Apps article from the communications site thespeakerpoint.com, reviews a few of the most prominent public speaking apps. Here are the hightlights:



#Macworld2011 Quickoffice Connect Mobile Suite for the iPad solves all my work problems

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I chatted with Quickoffice Connect Mobile Suite for iPad at Macworld 2011. You can get a quick tour of the app by watching the video. I’ve been using this app for awhile, and I learned a few new skills just by watching this quick demo from the floor, so check it out.

You can create and edit Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, and PowerPoint presentations with this updated app.  PowerPoint was the missing ingredient until December of 2010. I create a lot of PowerPoints and this update made this app a go-to on my iPad for work.



SG Project Pro for iPad Review

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Given the broad number of Office-related productivity applications available on the iPad, especially those focused on time management, it's about time that a professional-grade project management application has been released. Developed by FourthFrame Technologies, SG Project Pro has delivered an application that will make iPad-owning project managers very happy.



App Marketing Secrets: Strategies That Work

Overcoming real-life marketing challenges

We examined marketing strategies that proved to be unsuccessful for app developers and their products in the Summer 2010 issue (iphonelife.com/issues/2010Summer/Thumbs/iPhoneAppMarketingSecrets). However, positive marketing strategies are much more crucial if you want your app to stand out in the vast ocean of titles in the App Store. For this article, I asked some of the top selling app developers about the biggest marketing obstacles they faced and how they overcame them. Here's what they had to say.


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Can your iPhone Run a Database App?

FileMaker Go makes it possible

It was 1982 when dBASE first appeared in computer stores. At the time, I was pretty busy with FireFile, which later went on to become LapLink when the term “laptop” was eventually coined. dBASE was a simple data management tool for personal computers, but it included a scripting language that made it possible to build some relatively complex and comprehensive applications.

A key advantage to dBASE was its “late binding” architecture. This simply means that the scripts are interpreted when the user actually runs the application. These interpretive database apps require a “run-time” core and the scripts that form the basis of the application.


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