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iExplorer HD iPad App Review

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You are no longer bound by saved files on your computer.  Because technology has changed; there are now apps available that allow you to access all of your stored files right from your phone or tablet.  This is why iExplorer HD was created.  It has given people the power to access many different attachments from an alternate location as long as you are connected with the right servers.



Call My Name App Review

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The call my name app is a great new way to not only organize your contacts so they are easy to find and use, but also find the phone number of just about anyone or any business you want.  First, when you open up the app it will have all your contacts from your phone all loaded in and easy to find.  You can use the built in search function to quickly find people by their first name or last name, which makes it a lot easier than just scrolling through like you have to on the normal phone list.



iPads in the Classroom

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I've never worked on a Mac. I don't even own an iPhone. But one night four months ago, I borrowed an iPad from our Technology Department to see what all the fuss was about. As a baseball coach and sponsor of our school's broadcasting club, I thought the iPad might be useful for video analysis and editing. And it is. What I never expected was to find so many practical functions for my classroom. The iPad has changed the way I teach high school English, and there’s a pretty good chance it can change the way you teach, too.



Visual To-Do by Dependency

Visual To-Do by Dependency

Visual To-Do : The to-do list that doesn't have a list


Microsoft Office on your iPad for free....NOW.

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Back in January Jim Karpen wrote about OnLive Desktop for the iPad and posted a good video demoing it.



LogicInMind Upgrades Slideshow Remote With PowerPoint and Keynote Viewer

LogicInMind Upgrades Slideshow Remote With PowerPoint and Keynote Viewer

Professionals now have access to the most advanced PowerPoint and Keynote presentation tool for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch

(PRWEB) February 27, 2012 — LogicInMind has extended the Slideshow Remote™ 2.8 features with a PowerPoint and Keynote viewer, along with easy document sharing via iTunes for Mac and Windows. This release offers professionals two innovative tools gathered in one single application: a remote control for Windows PowerPoint and a mobile PowerPoint and Keynote viewer.

POWERPOINT AND KEYNOTE VIEWER


Siri's First Cousin

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Do you own an iPhone 4S and really wish Siri worked for you? I feel your pain. It doesn't make sense that Siri works exclusively for the 4S. It's just not fair. Ok, now that we are over that, what can we do? How about hiring her 1st cousin? Let me introduce you to SpeakToIt ($1.99). Not a very appealing name, I agree so if you ask her what her name is, she says it's Sam, just Sam. I refer to her as a 1st cousin because she uses the same voice recognition that Siri uses, Nuance. Understand though that she is not as talented as her cousin. She can find coffee and gas nearby, give directions, send messages and e-mail and a number of other things Siri does. She is also able to update Facebook and Twitter, which Siri won't do.



Pocket Informant on Sale!

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Hurry, Hurry. Pocket Informant is on sale until February 18. You can scoop the iPad app for $9.99 instead of $14.99 and the iPhone/iPod Touch app for $7.99 instead of $12.99.



TUTORIAL: This is how you can record your Skype video calls at last!

UPDATE (06/03/2012): I've posted a full article on optimizing Display Recorder on the iPad 3 HERE. The article can also be useful for owners of other models as it explains, among other things, how your videos can easily be rotated, how to achieve the best possible performance etc.

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