If you’re new to the iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, then you’ve probably got over a hundred questions regarding your shiny, new device. Here at AppAdvice, we strive to answer them one question at a time, each and every day. This is iOS 101, and class is about to begin.
The rumor that Apple would be taking on the cable & satellite TV market is almost as old as the rumor that Apple might release an iPod with a phone in it. As with most Apple unveilings, they are usually preceded by a huge surge in rumors and leaks. Are we seeing that surge today?
Users of iOS4 who use Microsoft Exchange, or who use a Gmail account setup as Exchange, may have noticed slower-than-expected syncing and other issues. While an iOS4 update is coming in the near future, you can download a fix for this problem today.
Ever since the first iPhone, there has been a "Notes" application. However, the ability to save and manage notes has always been fairly minimal. Now, with iOS4, Gmail users can easily manage their notes, even across multiple Gmail accounts.
If you want find a simple solution on how to organize your life or small business, Bento will help you find the answer. Bento started out as a simple desktop program for the mac by the creators of FileMaker Pro., but now has an iPhone app that works and syncs beautifully with the desktop companion. Here are a few tips to get you synced with Bento for mac and to get started with the powerful app.
If your one of the many avid users of the Microsoft Office application OneNote, there is now an iPhone app that allows you to sync all your OneNote notebooks and write new notes right from your device. OneNote is a great way to keep all your life's information organized and now its all accessible whenever and wherever you are.