Tag Archives: apps
There are a growing number of apps that will turn your mobile phone into an impressive scanner. Can they take the place of your current flatbed or document scanner? It’s possible, but not probable. That doesn’t mean they aren’t useful. Here’s a look at several scanner apps.
WordPress has released an update to their iOS app with some great new features: You can now manage Publicize and third-party sharing using the app. This applies to both WordPress.com and self-hosted sites using Jetpack. Manage comments using swipe gestures to approve, unapprove or trash them. Use the mobile app to select your primary blog. […]
[vimeo https://vimeo.com/131745381] Scanner Pro [iOS – $2.99] now includes a manual scanning mode to make edge adjustments after scanning. You can also upload your scanned documents as JPEG files or as multi-page PDFs. Pocket just announced a new feature called Recommendations. Tap the Reocmmendations tab and you’ll find a personalized selection of recommended content based on the […]
Nothing yet for iOS . . . Twitter announced last week it was redesigning TweetDeck and giving it a fresh look and feel. Today, those changes hit the OS X version of the social networking app. via The Unofficial Apple Weblog.
File manager, document reader, video player and much more. See if you don’t find Documents the most useful app on your iPad. And it’s free!
Flickr’s updated iPhone app lets you take and edit photos, upload them to Flickr and share them however you want. It’s gorgeous and it’s free. See for yourself.
Need affordable GPS navigation? Take a look at the Waze app for Android and IOS. It’s free, provides crowd-sourced traffic information and works with both Android and iOS phones.
Let your dictionary do the typing – especially on those tiny mobile keyboards – with the help of these typing tools. They turn a simple abbreviation into complete sentences – even paragraphs.
This week the spotlight’s on OneNote and Vonage with tips and updates on several other apps and services.
An update on the latest tools for building ebooks. There’s still no “complete” editing and layout tool but there are some very nice, affordable apps starting to appear.