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First Ever ‘Appumentary’ For iPad Released by Sting
I have always been a fan of his music, stay at a villa in Tuscany just down the road from his Italian home, now I can bring him home on my iPad!
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Is The App Store Rigged?
Very interesting and would like to see more stats! Does it really pay to price drop?
Overstock.com’s O.co App Now Available on the iPad
The iPad app developer aged just TWELVE who has set the tech world alight with amazing talk unveiling his creations
Decide for iPhone Shows Potential Price Drops on Electronic
This new iPhone app could save you big bucks this holiday season, and it’s FREE!
App Resources for Teachers
This article comes via Moms With Apps, a collaborative group of family-friendly developers seeking to promote quality apps for kids and families.
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To Narrate or Not to Narrate
Much has been written about how iPad apps are, or should be used, with children.
The question of narration always seems to come up in this conversation. At this point in time, I have to confer with Carisa at Digital Storytime, if an app does not include narration they probably will not make it. Most narration can be turned off if the user, or parent prefers, but all storytime apps, at this time and forward, should have narration as a feature. It’s up to the parent as to how it it used.
Join Carisa on her website for her full article, which brings a great prospective to the debate.
Apple Hides Nearly Complete Panorama Feature In iOS Camera App
Of course, since the guys have publicly showcased their findings, everyone’s now in on the secret of Apple’s long-rumored (and still unreleased) panorama feature. Not surprisingly, it’s a pretty barebones experience. 9to5Mac explains the process: The user simply turns on panorama mode by clicking the panorama button on the camera options popover, then moves their phone in their air as shown in the on-screen diagram.