A few days ago I received an email from a reader asking me how she could organize pictures by faces or names on the iPad. I immediately thought about the “Faces” feature available on iPhoto which recognizes faces and allows you to add their respective names.
After researching a bit more I found out that this feature is only available on iPhoto for Mac. It is not currently available on the iPhoto App for iPad.
In this post I will show you an alternative way to use this feature
At the beginning of April, my wife gave birth to a beautiful baby girl. We are both very excited and exhausted like any first time parents. It is also quite a challenge to have a regular schedule and to find the time to write new posts. But hey, I’m not complaining.
We are thrilled to have our daughter and we look forward to sharing life’s adventures with her.
Besides the sleepless nights and hectic schedule, as new parents we are concerned about keeping track of her growth and development. We want to make sure she feeds well
Professionals and small business owners are faced with many challenges on a daily basis. An important one is how to collect and accept credit card payments from their customers. Some time ago this was reserved to bigger players due to the setup cost of the infrastructure or hardware needed to collect payments as well as the fees charged by the payment gateways in the market.
As technology evolved, these barriers of entry have lowered. Thanks to the Square Register App and the Square reader, you can quickly and easily start accepting credit card payments on your iPad.
At the moment, Square lets you process card payments for Visa, MasterCard, American Express
On some occasions, you may find yourself wanting to use your computer to connect to the Internet from places that do not have Wi-Fi access such as a train, airport or a coffee shop.
If you have an iPad Air, iPad PRO or the new iPad with a Cellular Data plan, you can use a feature called Personal Hotspot to connect your computer or other devices to the Internet through Wi-Fi, Bluetooth or USB.
How is your memory these days? Given a set of numbers, how fast can you add them?
I was chatting with a close friend of mine and we both agreed that since we started adding phone numbers to our cellphone address books, we can barely remember our friends’ phone numbers any more!!
It seems that the same problem has happened since we started using calculators… We are very slow at performing the most basic calculations!!
Is it our age or is the fact that we are out of practice? Probably a little bit of both but the good news
Looking for the perfect gift for that special someone this Valentine’s Day? I’ve done my homework and some research to help solve this dilemma. Keep reading to see several cool options for your favourite guy or gal that I encourage you to check out!
To make it easy for you to view or buy any of these products, click on the image or text link.
Sound and Music
Bose SoundLink Mini Bluetooth Speaker
This wireless speaker lets you enjoy your music at home, outdoors and on the go. You can connect your iPad or other Bluetooth devices (such as iPhone or iPod) and listen to music, videos or games. Its light weight (1.5 lbs) and small dimensions make it easy to transport and its rechargeable lithium-ion battery provides up to 7 hours of playtime
Whether you are a professional, entrepreneur, business owner, real estate agent, professor, teacher, or student, you probably deal with PDF files on a daily basis. The ability to manipulate, highlight, and/or write comments on a PDF file becomes important and useful.
Up until recently, this type of manipulation of PDF files was reserved for desktop and laptop computer owners. I was recently asked by a friend whether it was possible to annotate and update PDF files on the iPad. The short answer is
Back in 2001 Apple introduced the iPod with the slogan “1,000 songs in your pocket”. Since then journalists and bloggers have been asking famous (and not so famous) people “What’s on your iPod?”
From music to videos, people would show their iPod content which would in turn be a non-traditional way of taking an X-Ray or disclosing their personality and tastes.
In 2010, Apple introduced the first iPad and by then the question mutated to “What’s on your iPad?”. Given the tablet’s capabilities for Apps, music, videos, video-conferencing, photos, Internet browsing, e-books, file sharing and more, we could say the same question becomes more powerful and meaningful.
A few days ago, I got a call from a friend asking for help. She had lost her iPhone and wanted to know if I could help her find it. I asked her if she had iCloud set up on her phone. The answer was no so there was not much I could do at that point. The story has a happy ending anyways. Luckily, she went back to the gym where she had worked out earlier that day and calling her phone while looking around she was able to find it.
I immediately thought: I should write a post and teach my readers how to take preventive measures against a situation like this one!
Let’s face it. It could happen to anybody. No matter how careful or organized you are, you may lose, misplace or forget your iPhone or iPad device.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have a tool that helps you find it ?
Do you own a car?
How many hours do you spend commuting?
Traffic seems to be one of the biggest aggravations of driving in a big city. What could be worse than being stuck in bumper-to-bumper traffic after all? Mmm… maybe driving around in circles trying to find parking?!!!
The App I will be discussing in this post is most commonly used on the iPhone but also works well with the iPad.
If you have a car and iPhone or an iPad with a data plan you may want to give Parker a try.