GoodReader not only makes it easy to read any number of file types on your iPad, it provides impressive file management capabilities to get those files to your iPad and manage your library as it grows.
Diigo builds a browser for the iPad with the look and feel of Chrome and lots of Diigo functionality. What’s not to like?
Imagine you’re taking photos in a rural cemetery then immediately checking them out on your iPad’s big screen. It’s not just a dream anymore, thanks to Eye-Fi Direct.
The iPad’s folders feature helps organize your growing collection of apps. Here’s how to put folders to work for you.
While your e-reader will provide a connection to its related bookstore, there are a number of public domain libraries with thousands of great books – all free.
The iPad provides instant access to tons of reference sources. And, it can do it without weighing down your bookbag.
The iPad isn’t just for reading. Take a look at some other great entertainment options.
You’ll be amazed at the genealogy-related content you’ll find on Apple’s free iTunes platform. Here are a few examples (NOTE: links open in iTunes): Podcasts: You can subscribe to the The Genealogy Guys and Genealogy Gems along with a long list of others discussing any number of genealogy topics. Just go to the Podcast section…
We’re at 50+ days of highs in the 90s making it the 2nd hottest summer in over 100 years. This inaugural edition of G-notes offers some cool reading for these hot summer days.