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Apps: Reference

What If You Don't Have Siri? A Look At Personal Voice Assistant Alternatives To Siri.

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   Not to negate the progress that has been made recently in the area of artificial intelligence vocal assistant apps, but relatively speaking, this technology, at a consumer level, is still in its infancy. Even Siri is technically still a BETA release. So we can expect to see some glitches and hang ups in all of the current alternatives for vocal assistant software. That said, some are definitely better than others.



iDoc's Top 10 iPhone App Recommendations.

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Considering how many apps are available in the Apple app store, not to mention how many are actually on my iPhone (close to 300), it's a bit daunting of a task to come up with only 10 apps to recommend here and now! There are simply so many amazing and award-winning apps out there and each is suited to an individual uniquely.



Holy Bible Proverbs (KJV)


Holy Daily Psalms (KJV)

Holy Daily Psalms (KJV)

http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/holy-daily-psalms/id506713966?ls=1&mt=8

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P5M3aMhc8C4&feature=channel

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*FREE* Holy Bible Scrolls Lite (KJV)


60% off on Peterson Birds of North America

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I'd been wanting a bird app on my iPad, but knew that I didn't want to spend the $15-30 that some of the better ones cost. So when I noticed yesterday that Peterson Birds of North America was on sale for $4.99 (regularly $14.99), I went for it. If you think you might like to have this reference work available to you when you're out and about, now's a good time to buy.



Graphic illustration of the striking difference of the new iPad retina display

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If you want to get a good idea of how much clearer photos are on a retina display, check out this post on Art Authority. They have some effective side-by-side shots showing the dramatic difference.



Not Just Words by Dependency

Not Just Words by Dependency

Not Just Words – A free Bible search app that uses a built in thesaurus


Art app from Tate, the world’s most popular Modern art gallery

Art app from Tate, the world’s most popular Modern art gallery

 

 

Tate Guide to Modern Art Terms, produced by Aimer Media, is an art dictionary for iPad or iPhone. Over 300 terms are defined with clarity and precision, putting themes, movements, media and art practices at your fingertips.

 

The first modern art app to be released by Tate Publishing, one of the world’s leading art publishers, this guide aims to become a staple for gallery goers the world over.

 


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