Let’s talk about a few iPhone productivity tips that you can use immediately.  They’re easy to learn and very useful…let’s get to it! Location-based Reminders The iPhone’s location services are really powerful. The iPhone knows where you are so it can help you with directions, local weather and locating things like nearby stores, restaurants and…

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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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You can set up a custom ring tone and text tone for your contacts so you can know if the person calling or messaging you is someone you want to communicate with now.  By customizing tones for certain people in your contact list, you can know who is “touching” you without looking at your iPhone.…

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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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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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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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