Posted by on July 29, 2011 ·
If you’re reading magazines on your iPad, there’s a fairly good chance that you’re using Zinio. Released today, version 2.0 of the Zinio app for iPad makes it easier to hand over those newsstand-like per-issue fees with in-app purchasing, while also adding a variety of free preview content, including access to current articles from thousands of top publications. The app’s [...]
Posted by on July 28, 2011 ·
Over the past year I’ve been using my iPhone to help me lose weight. I lost over 70 pounds, thanks in large part to my iPhone. As we enter the thick of swimsuit season, those feeling a bit round around the middle will find their iPhone an invaluable tool for shedding pounds. Here are a few apps to help get you on the right track.
Calorie Tracker – LIVESTRONG.COM ($2.99)
Last year [...]
Posted by on July 27, 2011 ·
By the end of the WWDC keynote, it was clear that, for the bulk of my writing, I would be forsaking Word and moving to Pages. That’s because Apple showed off Versions, a new Mac OS X Lion feature that keeps track of changes made to your documents automatically. It’s not that I don’t like Word — quite the opposite; I’m a big fan of Word 2011 — but, iCloud and Versions [...]
Posted by jos on July 20, 2011 ·
One of the benefits of Mac OS X 10.7 Lion is that you don’t have to stand in line to buy it or order the software online. Instead you just click over to the Mac App Store and hit “download.” While that’s awfully convenient for many of us, what about those who don’t have a consistently decent Internet connection? Or the ability to get online at all?
Well, Apple isn’t [...]
Posted by on July 17, 2011 ·
Share an iPad? A new tweak is on its way to that other app store that should make your life a little easier: user profiles for iOS. The mod, dubbed iUsers, adds a user login button to the iPad’s lock screen. The tweak segregates application data and preferences between users, meaning that user A’s Angry Birds score won’t muddle and mix with User B’s perfect three-star [...]