Wednesday, March 26, 2014
I just tried LINE Camera. I mostly take photos with a regular camera, not my iPod Touch. However, I must admit this app is extremely easy to load and use. It was fun to doctor up a photo of a friend's dog and send it to her. This is good to know about in case I want to make some crazy pictures.
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
The apps that enable a person to bring their documents to a device are for tablets, not iPhones or iPads. I can try this app in the future on our staff iPad. I tried to use "Sign Now," on my iPod Touch, but something went wrong with the authorization. I did watch some of the videos on how to use. At this point, it doesn't seem applicable for anything I might do.
I tried the Dragon Dictation app. I love it!! It did a great job of putting down what I said, and so quickly! I was also able to email the dictated note to myself. I can definitely see personal applications for this, as I'm always writing diary entries and long emails. It also might be fun to use when trying to compose a story--my thoughts sometimes are faster than my fingers. At this point I doubt I would use it much professionally, but who knows... I see in an online review that someone used it a lot when they hurt their arm and were unable to type.
Since my iPod Touch doesn't have iOs7, I just used Flipboard. I had some success in finding some topics that they suggested and added them to "My Magazines," but wasn't able to add my specific favorite sites (StarTribune.com and a friend of mine's blog). Not sure what I'm doing wrong--might come back to this someday. At this point I'm not interested in using this app.