Wednesday, July 31st, 2013 at
Keynote is an amazing software for creating animated and really creative presentations. But how to create a presentation in keynote software of Mac and make it available to your iPad. Just follow the below mentioned steps :
- Connect your iPad to the PC, which contains the saved keynote presentation file.
- Open iTunes software.
- Select the connected device under the Devices section on the left panel.
- On the Right panel select the Apps tab.
- Scroll Down to the File Sharing section.
- Select the Keynote Application.
- Drag and drop your keynote file to the Keynote Documents section to the right.
Now the keynote document will be copied or synced to the keynote app in the device and you will see the progress of copying at the top section of iTunes.
Once the file copying is done, open the keynote application on the iPad. You won’t see the copied resource in the library. For that we have do one more thing. In the keynote application on iPad, you will see an Import Presentation button at the top left of the screen. Click that and you will see a list of available presentation in your iTunes. Select the one you copied and it will be added to your keynote library.
That is it. Now you have the keynote presentation created using Mac Keynote software available on your iPad.
Thursday, August 16th, 2012 at
Start iTunes and connect your iPhone
On the Summary page for your iPhone, click on the word “Serial Number:” text to reveal the UUID
Incoming search terms:
Thursday, August 18th, 2011 at
Enhance your thinking ability! With Unlimited Combinations, you never play the same game again!
Crazy Circuits is an electrifying game to stimulate and challenge the brain for all ages. Enjoy connecting bulbs together to make them glow. Put your problem solving speed to test with four levels of difficulty.This innovative and thrilling circuit game is sure to delight you. Download it today to sharpen your thinking skills.
Make the right connections!!
Circuits are 2×2, 3×3, 4×4 or 5×5 matrices of bulbs based on the level of difficulty ranging from Easy to Expert level. Each bulb comes with a number that indicates the number of connections that it needs from adjacent bulbs to glow. When you have made the connections, simply check whether you made the right connections and get a score based on how fast you solved it. You will enjoy a demo of how it works from within the app. The app allows you to delete, undo, redo or verify connections. There is also an option for skipping the current grid and starting a new game. Quickly make your connections and check if you are able to brighten up your screen!
- four levels of difficulty makes it suitable for all age groups
- auto mode to see the connections in action
- demo and help
- game center to track scores
- connection verification and bonus
- achievement meter indication
This stimulating brain training game hones skills including,
- problem solving
- spatial reasoning
- reaction time
- math, physics and science concepts
Check out Crazy Circuit iPhone/iPad game app at <a href=”http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/crazy-circuits/id440458377?ls=1&mt=8#”>iTunes store</a> by Schogini Systems in the Games category. You will also like other mobile apps from Schogini at http://schogini.in/mobile-apps.
Friday, June 10th, 2011 at
A subscription In-App purchase shares attributes of both consumable and non-consumable products. Like a consumable product, a subscription may be purchased multiple times and you can implement your own renewal mechanism in your app. However, subscriptions must be provided on all devices associated with a user.
Here developer will have to deliver subscriptions through their own server. Developer should also handle subscriptions across multiple devices.
There are 2 types of subscription In-App purchases
An auto-renewable In-App Purchase subscription allows the user to purchase in-app content for a set duration of time. At the end of that duration the subscription will renew itself, unless the user opts out, which he/she has to do from his/her account in iTunes.
A Non-renewing subscription do not have the feature where we can set the duration we want to offer for our In-App purchase. So we must provide the information some other way. It requires a user to renew each time and the expiry of the subscription should be handled by the developer.
Friday, June 10th, 2011 at
Most commonly used In-App purchase types are Consumable ans Non-Consumable
Consumable In-App Purchases
A consumable In-App Purchase must be purchased every time the user downloads it. This purchase is to be made every time the app or module is being downloaded. This is effective if you need the user to pay every time he/she tries to use a feature of the app.
Non-Consumable In-App Purchases
A non-consumable In-App Purchase only needs to be purchased once by the user. Services that do not expire or decrease are usually implemented as non-consumables. In you want the user to do an In-App purchase once and then use the purchased feature as long as they want, then we use this In-App purchase.
Friday, June 10th, 2011 at
There are basically 4 types of In-App purchases available in iTunes for an app. They are
3. Auto-Renewable Subscriptions
4. Non-Renewing Subscriptions
Saturday, February 26th, 2011 at
Apple Released Apple TV for just $99. This allows you to browse a huge selection of movies and TV shows from Netflix on Apple TV, and when you find something you like, watch it right away or add it to your instant-watch queue for later. Show off your photos and videos on the big screen. Stream your iTunes music library or listen to Internet radio through the best speakers in the house. Grab the remote and access YouTube videos, MobileMe galleries, and Flickr photos from Apple TV. You can rent thousands of movies and commercial-free TV shows. HD movie rentals start at $3.99. And TV shows are just 99¢ per episode. The new Apple TV is quiet, energy efficient, and 80 percent smaller than the previous generation. It will fit right in next to your widescreen TV. Remote is a free, fun, and easy-to-use app that turns your iPhone or iPod touch into a remote control. So wherever you are in your house, you can control your Apple TV with a tap or flick of a finger.
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