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Why Apple Needs to Get Out of the Minor Apps Business

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Apple does so much right. iOS is not a perfect operating system but it is the best one out there. I can't speak for the Mac OS because, sadly, I don't own a non-iOS device (...yet). 

When I purchased my iPad Air a few months ago, I started using iWork's Numbers and Pages and found these apps incredible for spreadsheets and word processing. By the way, I wrote this article outside on my porch on my iPad Air using Pages. 



Tip of the Day: How to Create Custom Reminders in iOS Reminders

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When you set up reminders in the iOS Reminders app, you have six options for repeating:

  • Never (default)

  • Every Day

  • Every Week

  • Every two Weeks

  • Every Month

  • Every Year

But what if you need to repeat a reminder at a different interval? Maybe you want to be reminded every three weeks or every six months or weekdays only.



Top 10 iPhone Apps to Market, Manage, and Monetize Your Business

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Having the right tools is crucial in any business. Whether you work in an office, a restaurant, or from home, it’s important to find ways to be as efficient as possible.

Recently, I was grabbing a bite to eat at my favorite sushi place and watched as the chefs prepared the rolls. I could hear the swish and chop of blades as they cut ingredients for my dragon roll with incredible precision. Before I knew it, they presented me with a remarkable looking Japanese dragon made of fresh Tuna, rice, and other ingredients. The chefs couldn’t have done it without the right tools – sharp knives and high-quality cutting boards.



Bestselling iPad author publishes free guide to iOS5 for the iPad

Bestselling iPad author publishes free guide to iOS5 for the iPad

Sean McManus, author of the bestselling book 'iPad for the Older and Wiser', has published a free 47-page guide to iOS5 for the iPad. It explains how to upgrade your iPad to iOS5 (if necessary) and details the great new features iOS5 brings, including iCloud for backup and synchronisation, iMessages for keeping in touch with friends, photo editing, a built-in to-do list in the new Reminders app, the Notification Centre, tab-based browsing, new gestures and more.


Getting the most from your iPad with iOS5

Getting the most from your iPad with iOS5
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Sean McManus, author of bestselling book 'iPad for the Older and Wiser', has published a free 47-page guide to getting the most from your iPad with iOS5.

The free supplement explains how to upgrade your iPad to iOS5 for free (if necessary), and provides details of the new features, including iMessages for instant messaging, the Notification Centre, the new Reminders app, cropping and editing photos on the iPad, using iCloud for synchronisation and backup, tabbed browsing in Safari, Twitter integration, new gestures and more.

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