Archive for February, 2012
Earlier today, Tweetbot updated its iPhone app to version 2.0, and shortly afterwards they announced a much anticipated iPad version. The latest version for the iPad unfortunately is not universal, and retails for $2.99. You can check out an early in-depth review over at iMore. We’ll be taking a look at this soon.
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Tweetbot is a full-featured iPad Twitter client with a lot of personality. Whether it’s the … Read More
According to a report published by NextGov (via InformationWeek), the U.S. Air Mobility Command, which provides global air mobility, cargo delivery, and humanitarian support, is going to buy approximately 18,000 iPad 2s to replace Electronic Flight Bags (containing operating manuals and navigational charts) for flight crew members and trainers. An Air Force spokesperson declined to give any more details while saying that a full request for proposal for the procurement would be provided … Read More
In an exclusive interview with CNET yesterday, Charles Annis, a Kyoto, Japan-based analyst at DisplaySearch, said that the upcoming iPad 3 might get Sharp’s high-resolution IGZO display. Sharp is said to be mass producing the IGZO displays which are yet to be used as flat panels in commercial devices. The analyst said that if Apple does start accepting these displays for the iPad 3 and starts selling them in the next couple … Read More
So I have a quick confession. I haven’t synced my iPad since the beginning of the year. In fact, I’ve synced neither my iPad nor my iPhone to iTunes in nearly two months. This should come as a shock to most veteran iOS users who, even a year ago, found it crucial to sync daily for any number of reasons – device backup, music and photo transfer, app updates or … Read More
When it comes to editing video on your iPad, arguably your best choice has been Apple’s iMovie. It’s cheap, simple to use and turns out a nice finished product.
However, it isn’t perfect by any means. It has a lot of flaws when it comes to advanced editing and real customization.
So when I noticed Avid Studio in the App Store for the iPad, I was … Read More
With the introduction of iOS 5, the iPad received a new form of keyboard called the “split keyboard” to apparently assist in faster typing with two hands on the iPad’s bigger screen. Turns out, this split keyboard has a few “phantom buttons” on the edges (via LifeHacker). Discovered by @danfrakes from Finer Things in iOS, the hidden buttons are helpful for users who you’re used to typing Y with their left hand. So, … Read More
Future Shop Canada is having a 3-day sale offering some pretty cool deals on gadgets and electronics, both in-store and online (via RedFlagDeals). The sale begins today i.e February 3 till February 5 2012 and also includes all iPad 2 models at reduced prices e.g 16GB WiFi-only iPad 2 is being offered at $489.99. So those who are looking to get one these days, this might be worth checking out.
Just over a week ago, Readdle released an update to PDF Expert for iPad with tons of new features and today, they have released a brand new iPad exclusive app called Remarks which has just gone live in the iTunes App Store and is now available for download. Remarks, which was revealed first during the Macworld Expo 2012, lets you take notes, annotate PDFs as well as draw free-hand on your iPad with a sleek … Read More