Tag archive for ‘ipad apps’

5 PDF Apps You Need to Download Right Now

by Michael Kwan - on Dec 21st 2016 - No Comments
Do more with your PDF documents

Several advances in technology have made telecommuting and remote working far more accessible and much more viable than ever before. Many of the most common tools that once had to be installed locally on each individual machine and managed by an on-site IT team can now be access and used remotely via the cloud. It’s terrific. With...

5 Must-Buy Products for Mobile Sales Professionals

by Michael Kwan - on Oct 20th 2016 - No Comments
Shaking hands and closing deals

The very nature of outside sales dictates that you will indeed need to go outside every once in a while, oftentimes to visit with your potential customers at their work sites. What this means, if you want to be an effective mobile sales professional, is that you need to pack the essentials of your proper office and have them with you...

Emergency First Aid Apps For iPhone And iPad

by Michael Kwan - on May 1st 2013 - No Comments
First Aid Kit

When the situation is literally a matter of life and death, you don’t want to leave anything to chance. We use our smartphones and tablets to play all sorts of games and keep tabs on our daily chores, but what if you are faced with a real life emergency that calls for some real life help? Before the paramedics can make it to the...

Save Money With iPhone Data Management Apps

by Chris Cairns - on Mar 11th 2013 - No Comments
Apple iPhone 5

Yes, you may be able to find a cell phone plan that supposedly comes with unlimited wireless data, but a great number of plans come with a specified amount, just as they would come with limited voice minutes or limited text messages. Even with the plans that come with unlimited data, it’s possible that the carrier could throttle...

Alternative iPad RSS Reader Apps

by Chris Cairns - on Feb 28th 2013 - No Comments
iPad Mini

There’s so much great content on the web these days and it can be difficult to keep up with it all. That’s why the whole concept of RSS feeds is so fantastic as you can get automatic notifications, in effect, every time your favorite website puts up a new article or post. The de facto RSS reader for many people is Google Reader,...

Video Editing Apps For iPhone And iPad

by Chris Cairns - on Feb 18th 2013 - No Comments
Making Movies with iPhone

It really is amazing what we are able to accomplish on our smartphones these days. Not only are we taking great pictures with the on-board camera, we’re also editing images and applying filters. No one said we had to stop there! The iPhone is also fantastic for shooting video, so why wouldn’t you also consider using some video...

11 Google Apps For The iPad And iPhone

by Michael Kwan - on Jan 9th 2013 - No Comments
Google Apps on iPhone

You probably already know that there are plenty of fantastic apps available for Apple’s mobile devices. You’ve got iPhone apps to organize your life, apps to track expenses, and apps to keep fit, among countless others. These come from developers of all sizes, but there are fewer companies bigger than Google. Even though Google’s...

Reference Apps For The iPad And iPhone

by Michael Kwan - on Jan 7th 2013 - No Comments
Reference Apps for iPhone and iPad

You may already use your iPad and iPhone for listening to music or even for planning parties, but that touchscreen device can also be an incredibly valuable source of information. Some of these reference apps for the iPad and iPhone may require an active Internet connection, either through 3G/4G or WiFi, but many also work offline. Gone...

Essential Education Apps For New Students

by Luke McKinney - on Dec 19th 2012 - No Comments
College Student with Laptop and Notebook

Modern students aren’t just preparing for the future; they’re part of it, because this is the first time we’ve educated an entire generation of cyborgs. Search the average first year student and you’ll find more advanced computer technology than the first moon lander, and for the same reasons: they’re exploring a brand new world...

4 Fantastic iPad Games

by Luke McKinney - on Dec 18th 2012 - No Comments
iPad Game

The most awful anti-productive attitude is thinking, “I’ll waste a few minutes on games instead of working.” It should be, “Woohoo, time for some fun!” Too many people parse games in terms of what you’re not doing. Avoiding work, killing time, waiting impatiently, a whole range of negative words which view gaming as slightly...