Let’s talk about some ways to make your iPhone and iPad useful in staying in touch with your customers, colleagues, friends and family. If you’re like most iPhone users, your phone is usually in your hand as you walk around during your day and your iPad is close by too.  I want to share the…

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I want to tell you about an app that can make your travel plans easier to manage. I’ve traveled a lot for business and pleasure and using this software product has really made my traveling experiences better and less stressful. Worldmate is an amazing, free travel assistant that organizes your itineraries simply and easily. Once…

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On my Macbook Pro and Win7 PC, I’ve been using Google Chrome as my default browser since it came out.  I love how it synchronizes my bookmarks and password information using my Gmail credentials.  On my iPad and iPhone, I had complemented the standard Safari browser with Dolphin because it let me sync between those…

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When you connect your iPhone, iPad, iTouch and Mac to iCloud, your device’s content is backed up and, if you’ve turned the option on, your photos are saved across your devices with Photo Stream.  I want to tell you how your Photo Stream works in relation to your devices’ Photos app and, most importantly, how…

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Hi. I want to tell you about a fabulous tip when typing with the iPhone and iPad on-screen keyboard. This is an easy one that is so useful that after you learn it, you will always use it! When you are typing and need to use a number or a symbol (like the @ in…

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Your iPad and your iPhone are computers, they run multiple programs simultaneously and can switch between apps pretty quickly.  Occasionally, you’ll get a sense that your device is feeling sluggish and isn’t acting properly.  Fortunately, there are some safe, easy things you can do to make your iPad and iPhone fast again. In this article,…

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I’m still using my iPad in my daily work. In my post about replacing my marble notebook and pen with my iPad, I wrote about the Noteshelf app and a stylus (by the way, that post was published in iBusiness magazine! You can read the post here). I’ve settled on a different stylus from the…

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I’ve been using my iPad in my day-to-day work all the time.  I thought you might be interested in reading about how I use my iPad when I’m home too.  I leave my iPad charging when I sleep so it’s at 100% when I wake up. In the morning, here are some of the apps…

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Hi. I’m in the process of transitioning – no, I’ve fully migrated – from pen and paper note taking to using my iPad with a stylus. Let me explain. For years, I’ve used some type of note-taking process: I’ve had Day-Timers, loose-leaf binders, spiral notebooks and, lately, marble-covered composition notebooks. I have all my notes…

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