I take a look at <a
In this episode I take a look at game center which comes with ios7. I go through the settings, and have a bit of trouble, but I’m sure at the time of the recording it was apple’s servers that broke. [signoff]
I take a look at
an iOS app that lets you keep track of your walking, driving, etc. There are several accessaries you can buy, but I take you on a live walk to show how the controls are laid out. enjoy [signoff]
In this episode I take a look at a site for creating surveys. It is sort of accessible and there are some work arounds. I wish they would fix some stuff, but one can only hope. I did contact their support and I hope all of you using the survice do the same.
Here is an example of one of the surveys I created on survey gizmo so you can try out an example. Thi s is real so make it count.
In this episode, I take a look at an app recommended to me called My Local TV. This is an app for looking at the news in your area. Note: I’m in the USA so results even down to the city you live in may vary. For example they did not have the works I expected in my area so I had to go with one that is, let’s say, a bit bias in the way they give the news. Enjoy the demo. Any comments, question, and feedback especially for content are more then welcome. If ai can review it I will. If I cannot I’ll reference you to places that will. Feel free also to leave track backs and blog comments to help others as well.
I take a look at down cast, a new application for mac users. There is an introductory price of $9.99 so get it whilst you can. I love this app as it is very organized and fun to use. The devs are also very wonderful to work with.
I take a look at rs games bingo, a new release by the company. I go over the rules and how to play and play with 2 or 3 bots. Enjoy.
I take a look at
an app for easily with a few clicks, unsubscribing from junk mail, either from subscribing to store alerts or what not. The app is 99 percent accessible wihta few quirks. I try and go over those but it’s a relitavly easy app to go through. and the unsubscribing option is painless as 90 percent of the time it’s automatically done for you.
This is a podcast done by @blinddrummer. he goes over the app from the main interface to creating a rout and more. if any of you have any questions regarding the app, field the questions to him.
In this ep we take a look at
a way to except credit cards via pay pal. This is good for personal or small business use. For example if you are selling food at a bake sale, an album at a show, etc. I hope you enjoy this very good demo, and i hope that we here more from this podcaster in the future.