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3 years ago

ProOnGo Expense with receipt reader for iPhone & iPad - app review

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ProOnGo Expense with receipt reader for iPhone & iPad - app review

ProOnGo Expense with receipt reader is a universal app for iPhone and iPad that will easily track your expenses for you. It uses image capture to import information from receipts or you can manually enter details. The app currently supports regular, time, and mileage expenses. You have several options when it comes time to export your receipts and reports - including Excel, CSV, Quickbooks, and more.

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3 years ago

How to Get Things Done with Evernote for iPhone and iPad

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How to Get Things Done with Evernote for iPhone and iPad

As many of you may know, I am one of the productivity geeks here at TiPb. I am always looking to use tools to help me be more productive and save time. I have used most of the major task management platforms available for iPhone and iPad, but I have secretly longed to do it in Evernote.

There are many ways use GTD and Evernote and a quick Google search will usher many results. However, I have adopted and tweaked Jeff Kirvin's GTD concept in Evernote. Let me explain how it works. Getting Things Done (GTD) is a methodology for complete task management. Evernote is suited well for this as it has folders, tags and custom searches; this is my setup.

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3 years ago

UK Supermarket Tesco experimenting with iPhone and iPad shopping experience

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UK Supermarket Tesco experimenting with iPhone and iPad shopping experience

UK supermarket chain Tesco, have reported that they are experimenting on a new shopping experience, using your iPhone and iPad. They are already trialling a “scan-as-you-shop” system, in a store in Romford, Essex using specially developed handheld scanners. These are used to scan your shopping as you walk around the store, and you can just simply check out at the cashier. Nick Lansley, head of Tesco’s research and development, said that these scanners are likely to roll out nationwide in early 2011. Lansley also added, that his team are looking into implementing similar technology into iPhones and iPads.

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3 years ago

Best of Smartphone Experts, 24 Oct 2010

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Best of Smartphone Experts, 24 Oct 2010

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3 years ago

iPad live tonight! 6pm PT/9pm ET/2am BST

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iPad live tonight! 6pm PT/9pm ET/2am BST

You know the drill. Come time, we'll be talking about everything iPad. We'd love to talk with you, so come by, chat, and share you views.

  • 6pm PT/9pm ET/2am BST

So click on through, we start setting up 15 min. before show time. Chat with you soon!

http://www.imore.com/live/

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3 years ago

TiPb Picks of the Week

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TiPb Picks of the Week

Every week a few of us from team TiPb will bring you our current favorite, funnest, most useful App Store apps, WebApps, jailbreak apps, even the occasional accessory, web site, or desktop app if the mood strikes us. As long as they’re iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch related, they’re fair game.

To see what we picked this week, and to tell us your pick, follow on after the break!

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3 years ago

Steve Jobs: iPad 4.2 mute switch not changing, not user-definable

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Steve Jobs: iPad 4.2 mute switch not changing, not user-definable

Ever since the iOS 4.2 beta for iPad came out, some people have been a little upset about the hardware orientation lock being changed into an iPhone-like mute switch. There's been talk (hope) of getting a settings option that would allow for the user to choose between orientation lock and mute, but now that's been dashed by an email response purportedly from Apple's top dog himself, Steve Jobs:

The question:

In IOS 4.2 for iPad is the switch on the side going to be the mute and not screen orientation lock from now on?

Jobs' answer:

Yep. Sent from my iPhone

The follow up:

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3 years ago

Archetype FPS for iPhone gets updated

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Archetype FPS for iPhone gets updated

Archetype, the top-selling and critically acclaimed online first-person shooter game for the iPhone and iPod touch, got a major update today with new features and explosive new in-app content. Users now have full access to Game Center to join matches, earn Achievements, and follow Leaderboards, and they have also added many features that users have been requesting. The update is free and in it you will also have access to the DLC (downloadable content) items for an extra $2.99.

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3 years ago

iPhone passes Blackberry in worldwide phone shipments

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iPhone passes Blackberry in worldwide phone shipments

Apple shipped 20% more iPhones than RIM shipped Blackberrys during Q3 2010, according to a Strategy Analytics. PC World got a look at the report and says:

With the shipments, Apple grabbed a 15.4 percent share of the market during the period, while RIM finished well behind with a 12.3 percent share. Top dog in the kennel, though, remains Nokia with 26.5 percent of the worldwide market.

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3 years ago

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With both Greenpois0n and PwnageTool 4.1 successfully jailbreaking the new Apple TV (2010), it didn't take long for the first jailbreak app to be released: NitoTV.

NitoTV is still in the beta stages, but will soon bring media player capabilities, weather updates, and an RSS feed to your feed AppleTVs.

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