Yesterday was the first time I finally felt confident enough in Lightroom to turn off iCloud Photo Library. I had been jumping between the two services for a while, using Lightroom as my main photo library, but still keeping a few backups in iCloud.
I still love how iCloud Photo Library syncs so beautifully in the background. I liked the ability to just open up my iPad and have all the shots from my iPhone already there, as if by magic. But the major caveat to iCloud Photo Library is that it just doesn’t do a very good job of optimizing a photo library for easy, consistent access.
If you are a user of an iPhone or an iPad, you would be pretty familiar with the fact that there comes a need of recording the screen activity quite often. There may be a number of different reasons behind recording your iPhone’s screen. You might want to do it for making some kind of tutorials, for recording some streaming videos, for recording video calls with your loved ones or for gameplay only.
There are a few applications that allow us to record the activity on our iPhone’s screen. iPhone Screen Recorder is one of these apps that come in very handy when you want to record your iPhone/iPad screen. It’s a computer software (Win/Mac) that has the feature of connecting wirelessly to your iPhone using AirPlay. After the iPhone is connected to your PC, it shows you a mirror of your iOS display on your computer screen. The detailed review of iPhone Screen Recorder is discussed in the coming paragraphs.
Apple released the first beta version of iOS 10 on 13 June, 2016 and now going to launch the full version probably in September. Now the good news is that iPhone app developers can build more powerful apps.
Now app developers will be able to make the apps available for download directly from the app store to iMessage. In the latest version of iOS, app developers can create sticker packs for purchase.
Today’s featured deal is perfect for anyone who loves to sing in the shower, but doesn’t want to worry about damaging their expensive iOS device. Now you can listen to music, podcasts and even answer phone calls, via the controls on your suction cup Splash Shower Tune wall mount. For a limited time you can purchase a FresheTech Splash Tunes Bluetooth Shower Speaker at a savings of 59% off. It’s a great deal that will run you only $19.99 – instead of the standard price of $49.95. Here’s some info about the FresheTech Splash, and how you can take advantage of this deal while it lasts…
Nothing makes a shower or bath experience complete like your favorite podcast or playlist. With this waterproof speaker, you can hit play, skip songs, adjust the volume, and more. Just suction cup it to any surface and you’ll always have your tunes within arm’s reach.
- Play music or any other audio right through the high powered built-in speaker
- Connect almost any smartphone to the device via Bluetooth
- Use the Skip & Back buttons to change songs
- Answer calls & have conversations through the Bluetooth microphone
- Easily stick to any surface via suction cup
- Made w/ a floating & durable design
To see more details, and to place an order, visit this iPad Insight Deals page.
The Logitech CREATE Keyboard Case for the 9.7″ iPad Pro is an exceptional accessory that compliments the already versatile and powerful addition to the iPad Pro lineup. The original iPad was introduced in 2010, and with every iteration and improvement it has shed the simple content consumption device label, and become a more powerful and effective tool. However, even with the newest variant, there are still neigh sayers out there on the fence about the the full capabilities of the iPad Pro, whether it be the 9.7 or 12.9 version. Despite this, the CREATE Keyboard Case makes an undeniable assertion that the iPad Pro will be a more than adequate solution for the majority of users–even the most demanding power users, and here’s why.
How to recover space for your iPad: Clean junk and temporary files, clear app caches/cookies, compress photos losslessly
Have you had the problem where iPad keeps prompting “insufficient memory”? When you install Apps, store photos or play games, iPad repeatedly prompts not you there isn’t enough space. What can you do? Deleting old photos or Apps might not be the best solution for you. Actually, your iOS accumulates many junk, cache files, corrupted files and other redundant and irrelevant data over time you use your iPad, which eats up huge space that you might never notice. Also those data are usually the main culprit for slowing down your iDevices. Wiping off those hidden data on your iPad thoroughly will free up a lot of storage and while your iPad gets refreshed.
I understand that not all apps make it a priority to update for the iPad Pro; it’s not necessarily profitable for them to do so, and pumping an update out within a few months of the device’s announcement is tough. However, it’s now been nearly ten months since the release of the iPad Pro, and some of my most-used apps still aren’t on the ball.
TD and Facebook still aren’t updated to display properly on the iPad’s larger screen. Facebook Messenger works beautifully on the iPad Pro, but the main Facebook app does not. It’s ridiculous when you think about how large their budget must be.
Today’s featured deal is perfect for those times when you need a little more battery life, and you are no where near an outlet. When it comes to charging your devices, other than an actual charging cord, the most important resource to own is a reliable battery solution that can charge multiple devices and keep you going throughout the day. For a limited time you can purchase a refurbished Mophie Powerstation XL External Battery at a savings of 69% off. It’s a great deal that will run you only $39.95 – instead of the standard price of $129.95. You know it’s going to reliable, because it comes from Mophie. At 12,000mAh this portable external battery will keep all your devices active when you need them most. Here’s some info about the Powerstation XL, and how you can take advantage of this deal while it lasts…
Going to be away from an outlet for awhile? No problem! Keep all your devices powered up and on the grid with this handy manufacturer-refurbished external charger. Portable, tough, and providing up to 8 complete charges for most smartphones, the Mophie Powerstation XL is the ideal companion for trips, hikes, nights on the town, or any time you’ll be away from an outlet.
- 12,000mAh provides a high output for fast charging
- 3 levels of charging–500mAh, 1A, & 2.1A–give you control over how fast you want to charge
- Provides up to 8 complete battery charges for most smartphones
- Capable of charging 2 tablets simultaneously
- Compatible w/ any USB-outfitted cable to charge virtually any device
To see more details, and to place an order, visit this iPad Insight Deals page.
Publishing on iOS has never been a terribly smooth process for me. The closest I got was the Blogsy app, which had a WYSYWIG editor and support for multiple blogs. Unfortunately it had an interface made for iOS 6 and just couldn’t afford to keep up with subsequent iOS updates.
The next best thing has been the official WordPress app, which can handle the three self-hosted WordPress sites that I post to. I write in Markdown in another app like iA Writer or Ulysses, and then post the draft as HTML into the WordPress app, and then add extras like categories, tags, and pictures. It doesn’t take very long, and it mimics what I’d do on the desktop, but the WordPress app feels pretty uninspired to me. It works, but lacks the polish of the web app. It’s not fun to use.
My latest workflow has been using Ulysses 2.6 and its new publishing features, which can take my Markdown-formatted post, and then add images, categories, tags, and even featured images and excerpts. All before I ever even see the WordPress interface.
This doesn’t sound like a huge deal but for the fact that Ulysses doesn’t seem like a full-fledged online writing app. I expect it to handle text well, but I’m surprised at how smooth they’ve managed to make the publishing and previewing processes.
The NFL regular season is right around the corner. Autumn is in the air (well not here in Florida, but you know what I mean) and that means football! No, I’m not talking about soccer either–I mean FOOTBALL! The only sport that really matters until February. With Football season comes Fantasy Football, and with Fantasy Football comes Draft parties. So grab a bunch of your friends, throw some over-sized meat on the grill, pop open an adult beverage of your choice, and get ready to take over the world. Hopefully, you’ve already been evaluating the newest rookie prospects, and deciding which players are highest on your depth charts. However, if you need a little help
cheating preparing for you draft so you can dominate your friends once again, these are the (3) best apps for doing just that, in no particular order.
In the fast moving society the younger generation has no time for social hangouts and parties and if they do have such leisure time they have do not have the right kind of partner to spend their fun time. There are some digital guys who spend their ‘me-time’ with the digital gadgets. If a gadget is used as a television, movie theatre and a gaming console, why not use them as a matchmaking platform. This new thought gave rise to a new business in the market to create an exclusive app that is used for dating. There are many dating apps available in the market that offers the young men and women to choose a partner of their interest either to begin a serious or a casual relationship.