A few moments ago, my father-in-law got interested in using the iPhone. He has been using his Nokia for years now, and he also has a Blackberry from his office. We realise the hardest part for him to migrate, is to import his data from his old phones. After a few trial and errors, we would like to share with you the steps we took in helping dad using his new iPhone.
Lately there is a new breed of apps which pays its users instead. Perhaps the competition on getting enough users or data has become so stiff, now they are paying you instead to become their users or to gather public data.
Wi-Fi sync is great – you don’t need to plug in your iPad or iPhone to sync with your computer. This is wonderful when you subscribe to podcasts using iTunes and need to freshen up your iOS devices every day with new podcasts. That is if it always works reliably. However in my experience of [...]
Personal Hotspot is best to use with Bluetooth instead of Wi-Fi, which seems odd since often you expect Hotspot = WiFi. At least on iPhone you can choose between Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, or USB to use it as an Internet modem for your other computers. Why Bluetooth? Read on.
Do you want a speaker timer on your Mac? Why time speeches on an OS X laptop or desktop instead of on mobile? Is it for Toastmasters or other kinds of speeches? Please let us know.
You’re an Android-toting Toastmasters? We’ll making an app for you!
We have just received notice from Ma Qian Cheng from iFast Financials to remove Fund Watch from the App Store. Because of this notice, we have no choice but to comply and remove Fund Watch from sale.
Today I am announcing what have been my work for several months, which is making the Fund Watch application for Android devices. Why would you say? Its not that we’re slowly abandoning the iPhone. We’ve been monitoring the market share of Android devices is growing, and it’s high time I guess for us to release [...]