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5 years ago

TaskPaper for iPad - app review

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TaskPaper for iPad - app review

TaskPaper is a simple paper-like application that allows you to write out tasks in a list, strike them out when done and for good measure add some tags to keep things straight. This type of task management is almost the polar opposite of David Allen's GTD methodology (see my GTD with Evernote post here).

Hog Bay Software has done a fantastic job of capturing a more simple task management system that is based on Mark Forester's AutoFocus system. When you launch the app you have a nice "Welcome" document that teaches you the basics of interacting with TaskPaper. You can make notes, tasks and projects. So, I jumped right in and made two projects: AutoFocus Oct 2010 and AutoFocus Nov 2010. My goal being, every month I would create a new list of tasks. This is a great way to keep things in a concise list, other wise your list would grow to crazy proportions.

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5 years ago

How to put on (and take off) an Otterbox Defender Case for iPad

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How to put on (and take off) an Otterbox Defender Case for iPad

The Otterbox Defender Case for iPad is serious armor plating for your precious iPad, but like any suit of armor it can be a little bit of work to figure out just how to put it on (or take it off!).

Check out the video above to see me give a try. Just promise to laugh with me and not at me, okay?

A few pictures of the final results, after the jump!

[Sponsored: If you want an Otterbox Defender Case for iPad of your very own, pick one up at the TiPb iPad Accessory Store.]

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5 years ago

UPDATED: Apple buys Wi-Gear, Bluetooth headphones on the horizon?

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UPDATED: Apple buys Wi-Gear, Bluetooth headphones on the horizon?

According to 9to5 Mac, Apple has acquired Wi-Gear which is a small Bluetooth headphone designer from San Francisco. Previously Wi-Gear had made A2DP stereo headphones known as iMuffs along with Bluetooth adaptors for older generation iOS devices that did not support Bluetooth 2.0 and A2DP. Wi-Gear products were always aimed squarely at iPod devices.

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5 years ago

iPad live podcast #29: We're not mobile!

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iPad live podcast #29: We're not mobile!

We're talking iOS 4.2 Golden Master, iPad 2 commercials already filming, Microsoft admits to cannibalism, Facebook says we're not mobile, and all our Jailbreaks may be untethered. We're counting our dead pixels, folks. This is iPad live!

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5 years ago

Verizon airs "Breakaway" iPad commercial

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Verizon airs "Breakaway" iPad commercial

No the title isn't a typo -- Verizon has actually aired an iPad commercial called Breakaway. Since Verizon is now carrying the iPad Wi-Fi in a bundle with the Verizon Mi-Fi hotspot device, it makes sense they'd want to promote it. Still, feels weird. Like something is a changing...

Check out the commercial after the break and let us know what you think.

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5 years ago

Apple reminds developers to get their apps ready for iOS 4.2

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Apple reminds developers to get their apps ready for iOS 4.2

Apple sent out an email to developers today reminding them to get their apps ready for the impending arrival of iOS 4.2:

iOS 4.2 will soon be in the hands of millions of customers around the world. Make sure that your iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch apps incorporate all the exciting features in iOS 4.2, including:

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5 years ago

Tip of the Day: How to email a photo [Beginner]

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Tip of the Day: How to email a photo [Beginner]

New to iPhone and want to learn how to send those pictures you have just taken, then here is a tip for you. Once you’ve taken a bunch of photos with your iPhone’s camera here’s how to share them with your family and friends. There are actually 3 different ways you can do so. The first method only works for emailing a single photo. The second and third methods are for emailing multiple photos at once. The third one is ideal for scenarios when you’ve already started an email and want to attach a photo to it. This is especially handy when you’re replying to an email.

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5 years ago

Adobe: Apple is being very mean to Flash

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Adobe: Apple is being very mean to Flash

According to Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch, Apple is out to get Flash. Which I guess is fair since Flash has been out to melt every Apple device I've ever owned. Fast Company quotes:

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5 years ago

iBooks vs Kindle app- Which one should you use?

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iBooks vs Kindle app- Which one should you use?

Ever since the iBooks was announced, this is probably the single biggest issue an avid ebook reader will ultimately have to deal with: Kindle app or iBooks. What should you pick? Well, no one can tell you that for certain, but I hope to give you a little insight that might help you decide.

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5 years ago

TinyUmbrella update (4.1.13) allows iOS 4.2b3 SHSH blobs to be saved.

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TinyUmbrella update (4.1.13) allows iOS 4.2b3 SHSH blobs to be saved.

Semaphore has updated TinyUmbrella (4.1.13) to allow for the saving of iOS 4.2b3 SHSH blobs for the iPhone, iPod Touch, and the iPad. This is the first time SHSH blobs are being saved for a beta release and the significance is as of yet unknown, but semaphore tweeted that it might be used to assist the untethering of future jailbreaks. Since the release of iOS 4.2 is imminent, iOS 4.2b3 signatures will not be available for long.

You can download TinyUmbrella from the link below to save both iOS 4.1 and iOS 4.2b3 SHSH blobs regardless of what firmware you are currently on and I recommend doing so immediately just in case they are needed down the line...

[TinyUmbrella]

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5 years ago

New Apple Patent Points to Scrollable Menus and Toolbars in iOS, Mac OS X

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New Apple Patent Points to Scrollable Menus and Toolbars in iOS, Mac OS X

A new Apple patent was just revealed that suggests iOS (and the upcoming Mac OS X Lion) could have scrolling menus and toolbars The idea would be that users could bring up menus and toolbars that apply to whatever application they're in, scroll through them, and select a command from the toolbar itself.

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5 years ago

ZTE Peel coming to Sprint November 14th for $79.99

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ZTE Peel coming to Sprint November 14th for $79.99

The ZTE Peel is launching on Sprint's Now Network on November 14th, priced at $79.99 and comes with a 1gb data allotment for $30 per month. The Peel allows your iPod touch to connect to Sprint's data network via WiFi. BGR reports:

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5 years ago

Vote now for your favorite addictive iPhone/iPad game! - TiPb Awards

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Vote now for your favorite addictive iPhone/iPad game! - TiPb Awards

Favorite addictive iPhone/iPad game! - TiPb Awardsonline survey

The 2010 TiPb Awards have begun and it's time to vote on all your favorites. This time it's for your favorite addictive iPhone/iPad game of the year. You know the type, you get it, you download it, you start to play it, you can't stop. You don't eat. You don't sleep. You. Just. Can't. Stop.

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5 years ago

Epic shows off Infinity Blade coming this holiday for iPhone, iPad

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Epic shows off Infinity Blade coming this holiday for iPhone, iPad

Epic, makers of the Unreal 3 Engine, have just released a trailer showing off their upcoming Infinity Blade game for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.

Originally introduced as "Project Sword" during the September 2010 Apple Special Event in San Francisco and featured in the latest ad campaigns for iPhone 4 and iPad, ChAIR's ground-breaking new game will be the first to bring the power of Epic's Unreal Engine 3 to Apple's world-class gaming platforms.

Check out the video after break, drool in the comments.

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5 years ago

Parallax Enables Scrolling/Panoramic Wallpapers on Your iPhone [Jailbreak]

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Parallax Enables Scrolling/Panoramic Wallpapers on Your iPhone [Jailbreak]

Thanks to a new tweak available in the Cydia store called Parallax, you can now enable scrolling/panoramic wallpapers on your jailbroken iPhone.

If you are unaware of what panoramic wallpapers are, they are simply pictures that will scroll as you change pages on your springboard. This is a great feature if you have a wide shot of a family or group or for amazing nature photos.

Unfortunately iPhone 3G/iPod touch G2 (2008) owners are warned to not install this tweak as the developer has said it is fairly memory intensive and could cause those devices to run slower. If you have an iPhone 3GS or an iPhone 4 you can hit up the Cydia store and download Parallax for $1.49.

Check out a video of this tweak in action after the break!

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