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TechSmith Capture Screen Recording for iPhone/iPad
Have you ever needed to demonstrate how to do something on your mobile device and share it on your blog or YouTube? There are several screen recording options available for iPhone and iPad. There are also several for Android mobile devices but since I do not use an Android device I did not test them. I did test TechSmith Capture on my iPhone 8 and found it easy to use and a great tool.
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Recently I needed to view a storyboard, to keep me on track, and read a script while screen recording on my laptop. I could use my iPad for either the story board or the script but I thought I might need yet another device to view both. After some investigation I discovered that I can open, and work independently, in two applications at once on my iPad. Here are the four easy steps: Continue reading “Work In Two Applications On Your iPad”
There are, almost literally, tons of apps out there! All designed to boost your productivity and convenience. With so many to choose from how do you know which one is best for any particular need? Ultimately that is a decision you will need to make for yourself via test drives. In this article I want to expose you to my preferred apps and explain why I chose them. Someone you know out there may have other preferences but these are mine:
There are competing applications out there. The best known one being Evernote. I have both but most often use Google Keep because I am a G Suite for business user. I like the advantage of having everything accessible from my inbox. Not to mention free is good. Evernote does have a free version as well. Continue reading “My Go To Apps”