Facebook apps can be fun, but they can also be quite annoying. As such, here is an illustrated guide to removing a pesky Facebook app:
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Tonight I encountered an unexpected question: my dad asked me if I had any experience with hearing aid apps for phones. I had to tell him that I didn’t even know such things existed! After a bit of thought and research it became quite obvious that such apps would be quite useful. Unfortunately, most Android app suffer from a plethora of issues that prevent them from actually being very useful for the hearing impaired However, there are a few useful
When I developed iOS apps I was never very impressed with the backend (developer portion) of the app store Thankfully though, it looks like Apple has been plugging away at improving their app store features for developers Here is a great example of the improvement, Apple now allows apps to be transferred between developers! Here is the email I received: Apps can now be transferred from one developer to another within iTunes Connect, for example after an acquisition or when
Google’s Chrome OS is not known for having extensive app support. However, somewhat surprisingly, there is a way to download legitimate torrents on your Chromebook by using a packaged app called jstorrent. I intend to writeup a full review of the jstorrent but for now here are some relevant links to get you started: Google Groupshttps://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/chromebook-central/DXJmD1ZUK2Q+YouSearchImagesMapsPlayYouTubeNewsGmailDriveCalendarMoreTranslateMobileBooksOffersWalletShoppingBloggerFinancePhotosVideos uTorrent for Chromebook | About Chromebookhttp://aboutchromebook.com/utorrent-for-chromebook/jstorrent is a Chrome packaged app for downloading torrents. Although not completely stable, it does appear to be functional, and (as of writing)
A partial list of apps I have purchased for iOS and Android: Purchased via iTunes Midway Arcade, Atomic Web, Blogsy, Star Walk Splashtop XDisplay, Splashtop XDisplay Unlimited Plex CameraSync, v1.2.2 (4+) KyPass, v1.8 (4+), Air Display, v1.6.1 (4+) Top Camera, HDR and Slow Shutter for iPad, v4.2 Disc Golf Course Locator, v1.2 Disc Golf Course Finder, v2.0 BlurFX, v3.1.6 Halcyon, v1.2 QuickShot with Dropbox, v2.0.1 (4+) AVPlayerHD, v1.47 (4+) TextGrabber + Translator, v2.6 (4+) Panorama 360 Camera, v4.7 (4+) Max
Location for your legal iOS .ipa app backups on Windows: C:\Users\User Name\Music\iTunes\iTunes Media\Mobile Applications (adjust your path accordingly) Location for placing* your .ipa backups for installation on you iPad/iPhone/iPod: /private/var/mobile/documents/installous/downloads/ *DiskAid is helpful in placing the .ipa files in the appropriate location. last portion via jailbreak – How can I manually install applications on a jailbroken iPad? – Ask Different.
One of my favorite apps is now available again on the Apple iTunes app store: AVPlayerHD for iPad on the iTunes App Storehttps://itunes.apple.com/us/app/avplayerhd/id407976815?mt=8Description ★★★Important★★★AVPlayerHD is officially support for AC-3, E-AC3, TrueHD codec.Do you enjoy watching videos on your iPad? Do you hate not being able to because your… Hurrah!
This is a page containing miscellaneous links related to the Notebooks app for iPad. It will be added to as I come across more resources/tips/links. Notebooks Handbook: http://www.notebooksapp.com/Download/Notebooks%20Handbook.pdf Syncing Notebooks using Dropbox “Importing the notes from Dropbox actually is very easy: just set up Dropbox sync in Notebooks on your iPad and then sync from the top level book. This will import all your books and notes from Dropbox. Cheers, Alfons” http://www.notebooksapp.com/faq/ [End]