In case you missed it

I posted earlier this week about the Yale a cappella group A^2 whose members use iPads during the group’s performances to sample and loop their voices. Last night on the Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon hosted Billy Joel where they performed a two-man doo-wop group using an iPad and an app called Loopy to record four […]

iMovie for iPad

With the advent of mobile devices having built-in cameras, personal videos are becoming easier than ever for users to record and share to a social network outlet.   Some users, however, may want to polish a capture before posting to the world which is now possible on newer iOS devices by using the iMovie app.*  Similar to its […]

Reflector v. AirServer Comparison

Both Reflector and AirServer are apps which use Airplay to display the screen of a mobile Apple device on a desktop. While they both have the same fundamental functionality, there are some important differences that need some highlighting. Reflector What you need: iPhone 4S, iPhone5, iPad 2 or later, iPad mini, or iPod Touch (5th […]

Peek-a-boo app for the languages?

Evernote has come out with a new study app called Evernote Peek that works with the iPad Smart Cover.  The app allows users to flip the cover at the first crease to reveal a question, e.g., “How do you say ‘coffee’ in Japanese?”  By then folding back the cover at the next crease, the answer […]

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