Pixntell adds your voice to your pictures and creates a personalized video you can share on Dropbox, Facebook, YouTube, FocusTrain or email.
● Simple and easy to use ● (NEW) upload videos directly to Dropbox with auto email link. ● Upload videos directly to Facebook ● Upload videos directly to YouTube with auto email link ● Intuitive controls similar to top selling apps ● Creates .m4v movies out of your voice and pictures ● Get more “likes” and “shares” on your Facebook posts ● Share stories with old photos ● Reconnect with old friends and family ● Create a great time capsule
In a nutshell, Instashare is both an iOS app and Mac application that uses a very simple drag and drop interface to transfer photos, videos and supported files from one iOS device to another with absolutely no set up required other than downloading the app onto your device. Here is the Product Description straight from the App Store.
SIMPLE FILE SHARINGYou don’t need to be tech-savvy to share files.
WORKS WITHOUT INTERNETYou don’t need to be connected to internet, just use local wi-fi or Bluetooth to transfer file.
SIMPLE TO USENo need to pair devices or setup transfer. Designed for quick and easy file sharing.
NO REGISTRATIONJust open app and start sharing files, no need to enter email or passwords.
NO FILE TYPE LIMITSYou can transfer any file type, no restrictions. MP3, images, pdf, presentation and way more.
DOWNLOAD FOR FREE!Mac version available from instashareapp.com
Helios is an open-source framework that provides essential backend services for iOS apps (Helios: Open-source framework providing essential backend services for iOS apps (Data sync, user accounts) http://t.co/l4ZKsYsZFr
Your Social Magazine. Available for iPad, iPhone & Android.
Now You Can Create Your Own Magazines on Flipboard
Find everything that matters to you from world news to life's great moments. Just tap the [+] to save anything from the web - stories, photos, audio and more - into your own magazines to flip through later or share with friends
Visual recording is similar to audio recording: they both use the same concept that is : recording. One uses voice and the other uses visual cues like diagrams, charts, lines, arrows...etc. Think about visual recording as visual mind mapping.
This is Visual Recording and NOT (in this case) Visual Facilitation
Mind mapping is a method that works for quite a lot of people. Brain storming, idea mapping, thought generation, think tanks – call it what you will. Traditionally done on large pieces of paper, why not use your iPad to create mind maps? You could use these for your own purposes, or “convert” those large flip charts into a smaller, digital version.
Holen Sie sich „Learnist“ im App Store. Sehen Sie sich Screenshots, Bewertungen und Kundenrezensionen dazu an.
Neue Funktionen von Version 3.0
Learnist for iOS is all new!
You can now completely personalize your Learnist experience. Create a Personal Learning Feed and see the latest content on the subjects you want to learn about, from the people you want to learn from, all in one place.
Find your friends and experts to see what they are learning.
Customize your experience at anytime by filtering your feed to just the content and people that you care about.
Get fresh content everyday.
The new Learnist for iOS still does all the great things it always has. You can browse the entire Learnist library of content on thousands of topics and add content to Learnist with your camera, gallery and web urls.
Ludwig van Beethoven(1770.12.16—1827.03.26)was a German composer and pianist. A crucial figure in the transition between the Classical and Romantic eras in Western art music, he remains one of the most famous and influential of all composers.
If you’re looking for the latest craze to sweep the globe, then Vine is what you’re after. Vine is a six-second video app that’s owned
How does Vine work?
Currently, Vine is purely app-based and the only platform you can officially access it upon right now is iOS. There’s no Vine iPad app for the moment. You can of course use Vine with an iPad but the experience is optimised for iPhone and iPod touch at the time of writing. You can download Vine for iPhone and iPod touch here. It’s free. Once you’ve done that, there’s a quick tour that’s well worth it and includes a very brief tutorial on how to get going.
The essence of the fun is that you get six seconds of video recording to play with as you will. To start the camera rolling, you press and hold your finger on the screen of your device. When you lift your finger off, Vine stops recording video. If you put your finger back on again, the video recording continues and thus you can stop and start your action as many times as you like within the allotted six seconds per video, or you can just shoot it all in one go if you prefer.
Very often people go for the stop motion effect and, either way what Vine processes for you is your footage built as a rolling animated GIF-type take on video. In other words, your six seconds go round and round ad infinitum.
Does Vine record sound?
Yes, is the short answer, and pretty much the long answer too. The Vine app accesses the microphone on your device and will record whatever sounds are made whenever you have your finger touching the screen in record mode. So, do bear in mind what’s going on in the background when you’re shooting your short and think about any sound effects that you might like to add.
What’s the only thing better than Flipboard? Flipboard 2.0! It’s a major new edition, with treats for everyone from the casual reader to the power user. There’s more content than ever to enjoy, including a new partnership with Etsy. When you search, we instantly create a magazine out of your results. It’s faster, more visual, and easier to navigate.
And, for the first time, you can collect and save articles, photos, audio and video by organizing them into beautiful magazines. These can be private, or if you want to connect with like-minded enthusiasts, you can make them public and share them on Flipboard and beyond. Now everyone can be a reader and an editor.
Just tap the + button next to articles, pick a name for your magazine, add a description and start flipping. You can create as many magazines as you want—My Picks, The SF Giants, Wedding Inspiration, Things to Read Later—and draw from virtually any source on Flipboard, including what’s being shared on social networks like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, SoundCloud, LinkedIn and Tumblr.
We’ve also made the entire Web flippable with our new bookmarklet. Go toshare.flipboard.com and, under the Getting Started tab, simply drag and drop the bookmarklet onto your computer’s browser. From there, you can flip virtually anything you find by clicking the bookmarklet from any web page. Check out your magazine on Flipboard and you’ll see your latest “flipped” items in a print-style layout. You can also tap into any item and promote it to the cover.
If you’d like to be inspired, tap on “By Our Readers” in the Content Guide, which contains a selection of magazines from staff and friends of Flipboard who’ve been experimenting with 2.0 in our beta program. They include bloggers like Gardenista’s Michelle Slatalla, entrepreneurs like Kate Kendall, curators like Bureau of Trade’s Michael Phillips Moscowitz, small business owners like Elizabeth Leu, musicians like Linkin Park, and people with passions around graffiti, fashion, apps, horses, travel, food, kids and more. We’ll be highlighting many of them—and people like you!—in our blog in the coming weeks.
Some other highlights of 2.0:
A new, visual Content Guide. Tap the Red Ribbon and you’ll see your own table of contents, all the magazines you’ve created, Notifications and lots of other goodies for you to peruse.
Commenting on Flipboard. Inside a story, tap the source’s avatar in the lower left-hand corner, to reveal Flipboard Comments. Draw in other Flipboard users with @mentions.
Recommended Reading. In Cover Stories, you’ll find More to Read, a personalized list of things we think you’ll love, drawn from your social interactions.
Subsections in partner magazines, newspapers and websites. On the second page of tablet editions, you’ll find new sidebars listing subsections for easier navigation.
Fast section switching. Tap the section name at the top of any page to reveal related content and subsections.
Optional Facebook Open Graph integration, bringing your Flipboard activity to your Facebook page in more meaningful ways.
Finally, don’t forget to read our Community Guidelines for best practices around using the new Flipboard.