Tag: iPad

iOS 5.0: Twitter integration

One of the most useful features of iOS 5.0 is, in my opinion, Twitter integration. In the new OS it’s baked right into the heart of pretty much everything. If, like me, you tweet a lot and get tired of

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iOS 5.0 battery life

The jury is still out on whether battery life under iOS 5.0 is the same, worse or better than in previous builds of the iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch software. In the meantime, if you are experiencing much faster battery

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Welcome back notes app

The introduction of iCloud to Apple devices has had a greater effect than I thought it would. I’ve never really used the Notes app on my iPhone or iPad, finding it too limited to the device on which it is

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iOS 5.1?

I anticipate an update to iOS 5.0 in the not too distant future. Alongside reports of faster battery draining I’ve certainly noticed some odd behaviour here and there. The most obvious is a blanking of the screen when switching between

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The excitement builds…

Just checking out iCloud.com…. as soon as I get to install iOS5 those other icons should spring into life! I’m even more excited now! I am @iCraigt on Twitter and you can find me on Google+ here.

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WordPress for iOS updated to v2.9

The already brilliant iOS WordPress app just got a whole lot better with the introduction of version 2.9, featuring much needed additions such as rich text editing, quick links and a lot more space to enter all of your words.

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Perfect Web Browser v2.9 for iPad

Perfect Web Browser for iPad was recommended to me over on Google+. I resisted the urge to try it as Safari, for the most part, is a perfectly competent browser and, at £2.99, I didn’t see the point in paying

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iPad knackered?

After 10 minutes like this I think the iPad is knackered. A job for tomorrow I guess. I am @craigt44 on Twitter and you can find me on Google+ here.

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TweetDeck for iPad

Nope, there’s no mention of it if that’s what you thought when you read the title. But it is the subject of this musing. I wonder if we will still see TweetDeck on the iPad following the Twitter buy-out. I

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Bamboo Paper for iPad

Bamboo Paper for the iPad is a note taking app that allows the user to scrawl directly onto the iPad using a finger or capacitive stylus (I prefer the latter). Version 1.2 (current) allows for a single notebook to be

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