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I know many of you are considering a mobile app for your church or organization, but have a number of questions you would like answers to. I know what it’s like to ‘think’ about something, but never turn it into action because of looming doubt and unanswered questions.
So, I decided to ask ROAR ten questions that I would have before I contacted them for more details. Perhaps this Q and A will help you move from the ‘idea’ stage to ‘action!’
Here are the ten questions, followed by answers from ROAR …
It’s no secret that I like Apple products. Maybe that’s is an understatement, but they work for me.
I also love podcasts. I listen to them almost exclusively. I’ve been podcasting, myself, on and off since 2005, so I know a thing or two about the medium.
So what does the guy who “literally wrote the book on church podcasting” think about the iOS Podcast app? This review might seem late since the app came out several months ago, but I think it hasn’t been ready for review until very recently.
When Apple announced the Podcast app, I was hoping that it meant that podcasts would be given a special place in iOS. Hopefully, the app would make it easy for new users to discover podcasts and subscribe for themselves.
I really wanted the app to solve some of the problems that I had using Music app. Before Apple added wireless syncing and iCloud, connecting to iTunes from time to time was fine. That ship has sailed now. I don’t want to connect my iPhone to my computer except in the most dire circumstances or for an update.
When iOS 5 was announced was how they were going to deal with podcasts. Apple’s answer is the podcast app.
How awesome is this steampunk styled iPad music player?
Are you one of those people that hears something Apple is coming out and instantly begin evaluating your personal budget to see if you can justify it? When you describe your tech life, is saying you are an Apple fanboy or fangirl part of that description? Does this iPad Mini, iPhone 5, or the iPad 3 something that is a HAVE TO HAVE?
You may have made Apple your idol.
While the iPad Mini is a less than good product, I am here to tell you that you do not need them that badly for other reasons than tech specs or cost, its your heart orientation.
Whether you’re using an iPhone, iPad or iPod, they can be a lot of fun. There’s a lot of great games, tools and productivity apps, usually at a pretty low price.
But what about learning apps?
If you’ve wondered about what kind of learning apps are available on the iOS, check these out:
Apple unveiled a number of things this week.
The new MacBook Pro 13-inch with Retina, a newly designed iMac, new version of the Mac mini, and a new device to the Apple line, the iPad mini.
Here are the details on the iPad mini:
It seems like anything and everything is some kind of health hazard these days.
I still don’t know if cell phones will give me brain cancer or not.
Here’s what you need to keep in mind, posture wise, when using tablet devices:
So we all know that we should change our passwords regularly, don’t allow others to use our computer and never use an unprotected connection to send important information.
But do we actually put this into practice?
Here’s a look at young American professionals compared to some other countries when it comes to technology security: