Looking at trivia crack part 2 of 2

This is the final part to the trivia crack podcast.

here, I play a full length game, go over more of the good, the bad and the ugly with this app, and just have fun.[1]

This is a grate app that needs a lot of work. If you want to contact the trivia crack folks you can do this via twitter.[2]

Any feedback for this podcast and any others is more then welcome. Remember the interface uses jetpack so keep this in mind.


  1. A note on answers. I through exploring twitter have found a way to view answers. Simply after getting the question wrong swipe up with 2 fingers. The first answer it will read depending on what you selected is the right or wrong one, same with the second answer so keep an eye on what you selected.

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  2. Should you wish to contact the trivia crack folks, feel free to use their twitter.

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Looking at text synch for ios

In this episode i go over
text synch for ios

an app for typing text quickly from any computer to yrou iphone. I have some questions regarding the app so if anyone can answer them i’d be more then greatful. Feel free to leave a comment in the comment field.

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Looking at cloud convert: an ios app for remote conversion

In this episode I take a look at
cloud convert, an ios app for conversion of files from one format to antoehr that’s done in the cloud. This is 100 percent accessible and I comend the developers for taking the time to make it so.

Any comments or questions can be left in the comments area after every post or via the comment line which can be gotten at the end of every file.

Enjoy.

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blog post: creating nested folders in iOS 7.1

When ios7 was released in october or so,there was talk on the applevis site about creating nested folders in ios7. We all thought that apple would not support this feature and apple still might not so try the following tip at your own risk.

the reason

Apple recently implemented support for pages inside folders. This is a good thing, but what if you suddenly have 20 pages of apps inside folders. Would it not be nice to create subfolders inside let’s ay communications and websites? to have both communication and website shortcuts on your home screen inside that folder? As stated above try this tip at your own risk, as I’m not sure if apple will support this in the future.

the method

In doing this I’ll try and implement voice over jesters. For my sited readers follow the normal jesters, for example, hold instead of double tap and hold.

  • Create a folder. For example let’s call it folder a, We’ll create the new folder, let’s say folder 1 in folder a. how ever before folder 1 is done double tap and hold.
  • Once folder A opens you will have a sub folder inside folder a called folder 1.

this might sound very confusing, and it is, how ever here is the original blog post to perhaps clear things

exit

Hopefully this helped someone. i cannot update to ios7.1 as of Yet. See my blog post on things that changed regarding ios 7, and bugs that prevent me from updating.

Should you have any question, feel free to call the hotline, or better yet,, leave comments on this or any other posts.


thanks to all.

blogpost: tip: showing all apps in iOS: from a voice over perspective

Here is an
iOS tip
I learned from a twitter user who retweeted a blog. Here is how to do said tip in voice over.

  1. from your home screen swipe down with 3 fingers after touching an icon. Make sure it is not the ones on the doc.
  2. type any character such as a back slash. I will use a period (.) in this example
  3. Now flick from the top of the window and you will notice every single app that you have installed. This will work even if the app is inside a folder.

I hoep someoen enjoys this tip and how to do this using voice over. If someone needs a podcast I can quickly do one but some people like to read the posts in text.

if you have any questions feel free to get hold of me from the contact page or call (641) 715-3800

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Looking at the new and updated find my friends for iOS app

In this episode I take a look at the new find my friends app for ios. It has a lot of work as the interface in my opinion as I state in the podcast has taken a step backwards. Feel free to leave feed back on apple’s feed back page.[signoff]

blog post: a new kind of malware for ios?

today I read an interesting blog article. I’ll link to it below so you can read it for yourself, but basically someone built a charger to install militias software on the iOS device when a charger is plugged in to the iOS device. Frankly I’m a bit scaptel but this proves that we need to watch out and for now only use chargers from apple and griffin technologies. Here is an excerpt from the blog.

“This approach uses a charger that looks like a standard charger, but has malicious software on it. When an iOS device is plugged into the charger, an attacker can bypass iOS defense mechanisms and compromise a device within one minute of it being plugged in. ”

So even though I’m skeptical, I urge those of you that are not to be very very careful!

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Gaget insurence: a good thing?

I love my iPhone. I don’t’ own an iPad so there. Heha. Anyways I want to say I also have one thing that most iOS devices owners don’t want to have and that is Gadget Insurance Even though I get mine via apple care plus, there are many sites like the one linked to where you can do this. I should also mention I’m visually impaired and use my iOS device on a daily bases. So insurance for me is a very good thing. If you want to know how I use my phone as a VI person look at my podcast blog for more info. I do several demos therein. Enjoy.