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John Evans

Gboard: Don't know how I lived without it - @joycevalenza NeverEndingSearch - 0 views

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    "I am a bit mobile keyboard challenged. While I type like a maniac, I'm what anyone would call a slow texter.  I have trouble with tasks others find simple-finding the perfect emoji, as well as basics like copying and pasting.  So, for me Gboard is a major keyboard shift.
    Last week, the Official Google Blog announced Gboard. Available at the App Store for iPhone and iPad, Gboard is the essential keyboard app you didn't know you needed.  (Well, I kinda did.)"
John Evans

How to Save Webpages to iBooks as PDF on iPhone & iPad for Offline Access - 1 views

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    "You can easily save any webpage to iBooks as a PDF file for later reading on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch by using a new feature built into the action sheet of iOS. This ability will create a PDF of the active web page and store it in iBooks in iOS, available for quick later access or offline viewing."
John Evans

Top Tips for Managing Photos on iPad & iPhones | Jonathan Wylie: Instructional Technolo... - 1 views

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    "At first glance, the Photos app on iOS does not look to have changed that much in recent software updates. However, if you dig a little deeper you will soon find a lot of useful shortcuts for managing photos on your iOS device. For this post I am going to give a shout out to Fraser Speirs (@fraserspeirs) and Federico Viticci (@viticci) because of their recent episode on this very topic over on the Canvas podcast. Some of these tips I had known about before, but a couple were brand new to me, so here are the best of the best."
John Evans

How to Record an iPhone Screen with QuickTime in Mac OS X - 0 views

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    "If you would like to capture and record the screen of an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, you can easily do so thanks to QuickTime, the video app that comes with every Mac. This offers a simple solution for recording the screen of an iOS device for demos, presentations, tutorials, and much more, and it's remarkably simple to use.


    To get started capturing a video of an iPhone or iPad screen with QuickTime, you'll need a USB cable, and want to be running a modern version of OS X on the Mac, and a modern version of iOS on the iPhone or iPad. Specific requirements and an alternative approach for older versions are discussed further below. But since most users already have all that is necessary on their Mac and iPhones right now, let's jump right into recording the devices screen."
John Evans

Two Guys and Some iPads: 10 iPhone Apps to Explore Virtual Reality with Google Cardboard - 0 views

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    "Cardboard puts virtual reality on your iPhone. The Google Cardboard app helps you set up a Cardboard viewer and includes a few experiences to get you started:

    Explorer: Explore exciting environments.
    Exhibit: View 3D objects from a museum collection.
    Urban Hike: Take a hike through iconic cities around the world.

    Kaleidoscope: Enjoy a fun stereoscopic take on the old classic."
John Evans

Best video editing apps for iPhone and iPad - 2 views

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    "Long gone are the days where video editing has to take hours and involve your Mac. Thanks to the iPhone and iPad, I've put together some awesome, professional-looking video. Depending on what your needs are, and how much control you want over the process, these are currently the best video editing apps I've found for iPhone and iPad.


    Before we get into my picks, I'll preface this by saying that I only considered apps that have universal support for both iPhone and iPad. Some apps, like Splice, can be great choices, but they are only available on one device or the other.

    Where video editing is concerned, most people only want to learn one user interface. Otherwise, things can start to get overwhelming. That's why I looked at the ease of putting together a great-looking, easily shareable video in addition to comparing features of these top apps."
John Evans

MUST KNOW Camera Features for iPad & iPhone Photography | iPad Art Room - 3 views

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    ""The best camera, is the one you have with you." Chase Jarvis It's a classic photographic mantra, a call to action for image-makers everywhere. And these days, the camera you are most likely to have with you is the one embedded in your smart phone.

    But do you know how to use it? What about your students?

    There are many great features built into our mobile devices for photography, and a myriad of apps to produce exciting visual imagery. While some teachers and students are experienced users creating highly original work using complex workflows and inventive techniques, in my workshops I am constantly amazed that it's some of the most basic tips and tricks that get the most cheers, the practical solutions that are big wins for our classroom context.

    So, here are six foundational tools built into the iPhone and iPad camera that all teachers and students should know."
John Evans

The Library Voice: GeoGuessr Now Available On Your iPhone and iPad....Get Your Students... - 2 views

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    "As I was looking through Twitter yesterday, I was very excited to see this tweet from our friends at GeoGuessr. 

    We can now explore the world with GeoGuessr with an iPad and iPhone using the new app.  

    What fun news this is for our learners....and for all of us to play the best geography game online anywhere. "
John Evans

The 100 best iPhone apps of all time - 2 views

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    "When we set out to pick the 100 best iPhone apps of all time, our intention wasn't to simply do a list of the most useful or entertaining apps currently available. Just as a great teacher in your youth may have helped shape who you are today, groundbreaking apps of the past have had tremendous impact on the iPhone experience, even if their influence may have since waned or faded entirely.

    Ranking them was even more of a challenge. After whittling the list down to 100, we rated each app on its design, usefulness and cultural impact. We also took into account App Store data provided by analytics firm App Annie. Here's a full breakdown of our methodology.

    Though many names on this list are familiar, there are some surprises, too. These are the viral hits, the games we couldn't put down, the utilities that helped us master our workday, the apps that burned brightly and then faded away, the ones that first made the iPhone feel like magic - and those that still do."
John Evans

19 Mind-Blowing Tricks Every iPhone And iPad User Should Know - 0 views

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    "You spend, like, half of your life on that thing. Time to figure out what it really does."
Phil Taylor

The Funkyclock £1 iPhone 6 is fake this is a proof video please share - YouTube - 1 views

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    Digital Literacy - well made scam
John Evans

How to Fix Crashing Apps on iPhone & iPad - 2 views

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    "Though iPhone and iPad apps are generally very stable, sometimes you'll encounter an application that crashes at random. In iOS, a crashing app usually presents as an app that seems to quit itself immediately, returning back to the Home Screen of the device without user intent. An app crash can happen immediately upon launching the app, crash randomly in the middle of using the app, or sometimes a crash can even be triggered predictably by a particular action that is attempted within the application. Regardless of when the iOS app is crashing, we're going to review a few solutions that nearly always work to remedy the problem and should get you on your way to a trouble-free app usage experience again."
John Evans

Google Maps now lets you send directions to your iPhone from desktop search | iMore - 0 views

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    "If you're planning a trip in the near future, Google Maps got a nice update that's sure to come in handy. Users can now send directions from their desktop browser straight to their iPhone."
John Evans

iOS 8.3 tips and tricks: See what your iPhone and iPad can do now - Pocket-lint - 2 views

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    "Apple has released iOS 8.3, it's biggest update yet to iOS 8 that was first launched alongside the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus in September 2014.  

    The new OS from Apple brings a host of new features, tips and tricks. We've worked our way through the phone operating system to try and bring you as many of the features as possible to allow you to get as much out of the latest software on your phone without having to upgrade to the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus.

    Most of these tips are new to iOS 8, but we've also included some gems from iOS 7 that you might not have found yet. We'll be keeping an eye on things as new updates roll out and if you've got any tips of your own that we've not covered please feel free to add them to the comments below."
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