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Boxee for iPad Released: Converts Videos and Streams via AirPlay
by on August 9, 2011

Boxee has just released their free iPad app, and it’s awesome. You can steam content from your Mac/PC to your iPad and it’ll even convert videos over the air. The best part? AirPlay works perfectly so you can watch all your content on your Apple TV.

SOCIAL
Never miss a hilarious or inspiring new video from your friends again. Boxee connects to your social life and delivers every video your friends share … Read More

Google+ iOS App Now Supports the iPad and iPod touch
by on August 8, 2011

Google+ released their buggy iPhone app back in mid-July, but it did not support the iPad or iPod touch. That has changed today with an update, as noted by TNW.

What’s New In Version 1.0.2.1966
– Huddle settings
– Aggregated circle add notifications
– iPod touch & iPad support
– Performance and stability improvements

The app now will work on your iPad, but unfortunately there is no iPad interface, yet. So that means you … Read More

FlexPlayer: Watch Almost Any Video On iPad Without Converting
by on August 5, 2011

A nice new free app has hit the App Store, called FlexPlayer. This app is similar to CineXPlayer and VLC in that you drag video files to your device via iTunes Home Sharing, and the app converts the video when you watch it, saving you time.

FlexPlayer is free, and if you’re looking for the easiest way to watch non-Apple friendly videos on your iPad, this one looks like … Read More

[Update] Skype for iPad Now Available in Canada and More
by on August 1, 2011

Update 2: Skype for iPad is now back in the App Store! Click here to download.

Update 1: Skype for iPad was released prematurely, and has now been pulled from the App Store. Here’s what Skype had to say on twitter:

“To ensure your best Skype experience, we’ve temporarily removed Skype for iPad which went live prematurely today”

“We know you’ve been eagerly awaiting Skype for iPad and apologize for the … Read More

Improving Workflow with KeyPad Pro
by on May 17, 2011

I wouldn’t be the first to compare the iPad as a definitively more powerful Wacom tablet, and I certainly won’t be the last (especially given their Cintiq line of LCD-based editing surfaces). It got me thinking, though, as to whether there are app-based solutions for the iPad that would accomplish the same thing, specifically any that would help with my Aperture photo-editing workflow. … Read More

iPad Security and Best Practices for Administrators
by on May 16, 2011

For those of you who work with the iPad in a corporate environment, you may be interested to read the article that was recently published by the Communications Security Establishment Canada (CSEC). CSEC has produced an iPad Security and Best Practices publication to assist Government of Canada (GC) departments when implementing and using the iPad.

The article identifies iPad security deficiencies such as:

Jailbreaking;
Security assurance practices for third party applications;
Data on an iPad is … Read More

One Week In: Pragmatic Thoughts On The iPad 2
by on April 5, 2011

Oh iPad. Could you do no wrong?

That’s what I want to say in my first draft of my take on the iPad. I really do! Sadly, though, as often as there was something I wished to rave about, there was something else that stood out for a rant. This isn’t to say that the next generation of the iPad isn’t a magical and revolutionary machine. I love it to pieces … Read More

TSN Masters App Brings Live Streaming Golf to iPad
by on April 2, 2011

The TSN Masters app first debuted on the iPhone and brought live streaming footage of the fabled tournament from Augusta National. For any golf nut, this was the penultimate app as you had the tournament live in your hands.

With the tournament starting on April 7th, it’s time to fire up your iPad as the TSN Masters app received an iPad-specific update yesterday!

Watch the Masters like never before, wherever you … Read More

The Onion iPad App Released on April Fools Day

The Onion is by far one of my favourite parody sites out there, and yesterday they fittingly released their official app for the iPad (no, it wasn’t a joke!).

This is the official iPad application of The Onion, America’s Finest News Source. It is the last bastion of unbiased, reliable, and definitive news in a world dominated by superficiality, mediocrity, and non-Onion news outlets.

Now, using the latest news-providing technologies, The Onion … Read More

iPad 2 invisibleSHIELD by ZAGG Review
by on March 25, 2011

The iPad 2 launches on Friday in Canada at 5pm (people are already in line). As most of you know, the new Smart Cover is a pure work of art. It protects the screen of the iPad, but what about the back? For long time followers of this blog and iPhoneinCanada.ca, you know that I have used ZAGG’s invisibleSHIELD on my products since my original … Read More

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