The rapid deployment of apps today makes it a must to know what to have on your desktop as well as your mobile devices. In fact that may be one way to judge an app is their availability on both platforms. Lifehacker has always been great at finding these tools and then listing them This list of 50 is pretty amazing, and I was amazed that I had over 40 of them, and use a good bit of the 40 everyday. I also have a number of them in the iPhone as well as Desktop.
If you are for any reason short on storage, download them using the desktop machine and then it will be available if you need it. Don’t forget that once you have some of these IFTTT becomes even more powerful. Yes IFTTT is on the must list.
Installing apps on the iPhone is a easy as can be, and fun to do as each adds functionality to your iphone or iPad. Even those that provide entertainment in the game area. But sometimes you get apps that don’t like to be deleted or they leave behind traces of existence. Deletion of apps and files have always been a problem on any type of PC so this is nothing new, and the installs of apps and deletions leave behind “bits”, and those bits take up space.
These steps, outlined in this article will do just that. Have fun.
This was from a couple of weeks ago on keeping our mobile devices safe. Connecting our smartphones and laptops to the Net is pretty easy, so we need to take some precautions on these mobile device just as you would on your computer As the author says in the article “The first step is STOP. THINK. CONNECT. Keep a Clean Machine.”
It took Instagram three years to get to where they are. Not bad at all, a with their App on all mobile platforms things will only improve. Many businesses are now using Instagram as part of their Social Media and Marketing presence. Here is the story in detail.
The Tadaa 3D app for Apple products adds an arresting effect to your photos, making a foreground object move around when you tilt your phone, like an old postcard with a plastic lenticular 3-D screen. But the app, which costs $3.
via Pocket http://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/12/technology/personaltech/an-app-to-add-artsy-blur-to-photos.html