I’m a professional video editor and I am starting to edit on my iPhone and iPad. This sounds strange and almost absurd, but it’s true. The latest release of iMovie 2.0 for iOS editing on your iPhone/iPad makes video editing fun and simple.
Have you ever used your iPhone to edit video?
Here are three reasons why I’ve begun editing video on my mobile device, tell me what you think:
A few weeks ago, our very own Eric Dye let us in on an exciting development from Lifechurch.tv: the upcoming application aimed at younger people interested in the Bible: the YouVersion Bible App for Kids.
Well, it’s here! Smack dab on Thanksgiving day, it is currently available for Android and iOS devices.
Styled as the Bible for Kids, it isn’t just a stripped down version of it’s old, more established big brother, the Bible App; indeed, it’s a relatively fresh vision that takes heed of the app’s target demographic.
My favorite mobile prayer app just got better.
I am excited to announce that the Prayer Notebook app is now available for the iPad; and it’s on sale!
Both the iPad and iPhone versions are priced for only $0.99, a super great price for the best looking prayer app for iOS.
Check it out:
I’m a slave to my calendar. So I’m always looking for ways to manage it better and be more efficient in my use.
The app that has become my go to for my calendar is Fantastical. Now I’m a typical native user. So for an app to pull me away from my iPhone or Mac’s built in calendar, it’s really got to be something. And Fantastical is.
What I like about this app is it’s ease of use. Continue Reading…
One day as I surveyed the multiple time reminder devices in my sphere, I realized I really did not know what time it was.
In this age of technological precision, amazing ability to slice time into microseconds, and instant communication and knowledge, time has become fuzzy.
Here Is What I Mean
Right now, the current times showing on a few of the devices around me are:
Apple has released iOS 7, the very popular update to the iPhone, iPod and iPad operating system.
There are so many cool features of the new operating system (or at least some of my favorites):
- Spotlight Search
- Control Center
- iTunes Radio
- Notification Center
- Air Drop
Here’s a closer look:
For the last seven months or so, I have been trying to work only from my iPad.
Now, to let you know up front, I have not been able to completely do everything yet, but I can pretty much accomplish my basic requirements from my iPad.
As a pastor, this involves a lot. So, here is what I do each week and how I do it:
Anyone else do this? At least for my generation, the cool thing to do in the back of high school math class was to pretend to punch equations into your Texas Instruments graphing calculator while your aging math teacher recited the lesson. But we weren’t doing our homework: we were doing programming! Our “TI” calculators came with a stripped down version of BASIC, with simple if-then loops, variable storage, key capture and everything. Why do pre-Calculus when you could be programming a game?!
This is why I’m loving Phil Nichols’ nerdy Atlantic article on his own TI-82 calculator experiences, and why some new gadgets at school—like the iPad—aren’t teaching kids the same thing.
Looking for a new prayer app?
FRVNT is a great app for iOS that puts a nice spin on sharing prayers and getting prayer done.
It’s also a great app to integrate into your small group and Bible study!
Oh, and it’s free.