Apple is releasing iOS 10 on Tuesday. It has a number of interesting new features. I’m looking forward to the updates in Messages including features like handwriting, stickers and animations. Siri and Messages both will now work in some of my favorite apps too. Photos can search for object in pictures – like dogs, boats…… Continue reading Get Ready for iOS 10
I’ve found my iPad works great as a traveling presentation tool. Instead of dragging a laptop and all the paraphernalia that goes with it, I carry my iPad mini along with a VGA connector and an HDMI connector. My iPhone serves as the remote control. Keynote is my presentation software of choice and I keep…… Continue reading iPad Presentations
The Documents app [iOS – free] is at the top of the must-have apps list for genealogy research. It serves as a document reader, media player and file manager – all in one beautiful package. With Documents, you can search, read, bookmark and annotate iWork and MS Office documents, read PDF documents and ebooks (ePub…… Continue reading Mobile Toolbox – Documents by Readdle
We recently took a short trip to Louisiana. It included a bit of family history, a bit of world history and a lot of good food. My iPhone got quite a workout – as road atlas, restaurant guide (Evernote Food – free), camera and photo editor, museum guide (National World War II Museum Guide – free),…… Continue reading The iPhone Traveler
WOOOHOO! Keynote, Pages, Numbers, iMovie and iPhoto will be included as free apps with iOS7 upgrade on all iOS devices! DIGITALStorytelling just became even more fun! Details at TUAW – The Unofficial Apple Weblog.
I’m currently “enrolled” in The Phone Photography Project at Big Picture classes. It’s not a class or a workshop but a month-long series of daily photography challenges from a number of different people involved in the scrapbook arena. It’s only the second day and I’m delighted with the project. In addition to the photography challenges,…… Continue reading Phone Photography Project