The pin locker app is designed to be one place where you can safely store all your usernames, passwords, PINs and other information which you need to have but can't let fall into the wrong hands. This app is very simple to use, when the app opens you have to put in your password (so you have to remember that one!) and then you can see all your other information organized for you. With today's high tech world which requires a password for just about everything, this is a great way to keep them all organized and in one place so they are easy to find.
If you've been looking for an app that will allow you to keep your media hidden from spying eyes; then MediaSafe is the app for you. It serves as your personal safe where you can hold photos, videos, contacts, and notes that are blocked behind a finger slide code. It is your personal combination that will eventually allow access, but will lock up if someone else tries and continuously gets it wrong.
USING THE IPHONE, IPOD TOUCH, OR IPAD FOR SCANNING APPLICATIONS
There are many different ways that today’s hottest consumer technology can be used for business applications. While most organizations that use handheld barcode scanning technology still utilize ruggedized, industrial-strength devices from companies like Motorola or Intermec, there is a growing trend to use off-the-shelf consumer technology as a replacement for these often extremely expensive, rugged devices.
The HUDY Pro application by BroadCON can help transform any windshield into a vehicle command center using HUD – or “Heads-Up Display.” Your vehicle’s display can rival that of any luxury, top-of-the-line car’s with the swipe of a finger.
With the release of iOS 5 in October, we finally got iCloud. It was first announced in June by the late Steve Jobs himself. I’ve been using several facets of iCloud and am really happy to have it — especially the email component. In this article, I’ll offer an overview of iCloud, and for each aspect, I will tell you some important things you need to know when getting started. At the end of the article, I point you to some very helpful resources for using iCloud.
In the weeks and months leading up to Apple’s announcement, speculation about the next iPhone reached a fever pitch. It seemed like a new rumor emerged every day. There were whispers of a thinner iPhone 5, with a bigger screen and an aluminum back, among others. The always-secretive Apple was even more tightlipped than usual.