Tagged: iphone apps

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My first Kindle for iPhone experience

So I decided to take the plunge into the world of eBooks and purchased my first books on my iPhone via the free Kindle app. Thanks to my new friend Scott Laird, I was intrigued to read some books based upon his recommendations.  He recommended the following: Grown Up Digital by...

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Cleartune – chromatic tuner

I’ve tried several tuners for my iPhone, but my favorite is Cleartune, hands down. It is simple and easy to use, yet very accurate. Another tuner I would recommed is the Peterson iStrobosoft tuner, an old-fashioned strobe style tuner. It is responsive and accurate but doesn’t generate a pitch. More...

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More from Dragon Dictate

About Dragon dictate… I’m wondering why Apple didn’t come up with this first. I know that they have a patent on this technology, and I am really glad that they did not block this application from being accepted into the application store. Hopefully Apple will take this technology and integrate...

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Dragon Dictate rocks!

Okay, so I am writing to this blog from Dragon dictate, a new program for the iPhone that dictates your speech I am talking this message I am not typing it on the touchscreen that comes with the iPhone. This program is way cool. All you have to do is...

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So many home screens

With all of the cool and free apps I’ve been downloading, my home screens have been filling up. I think I have about 4 screens worth. A couple of annoyances: 1. I would be great if the page number showed up as a large translucent number when you flipped pages....

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iPhone 2.0 is a 1.0

With the release of the 2.0 software, I have been using the free apps regularly. The problem is that while the new OS is great, the apps crash and cause tge phone to restart on occasion. More later…