Every time I try to update an app from the Apple Appstore in my iPad it asks me to enter my Appstore password and it's extremely annoying! Is there some way to have it remember my password so that I don't need to keep entering it?
I just got a new iPad and even though I've already entered my email and password many times, every time I try to update an app in the app store it keeps telling me to re-enter my password! I use really complicated passwords so this sucks! Is there some way to get it to asking me??
I've heard round the campfire that iOS5 has been released, and there were some troubles with installations, etc., anyone get it installed and got to use it at all yet? I'm curious to know if it held up to all the hoopla and hubbub? Cool new features? Improvements in old ones, and such?
Yes you can send and receive text messages on your iPad, for free, using one of the apps listed below!
I stumbled upon this iPad emulator website that looks like a cool tool for webmasters. You enter in some URL and it loads it and displays what it looks like on a real iPad. I would suspect that it is just an image framed of the iPad with the resolution set to whatever the iPads is (I'm not sure what resolution the iPad actually uses?) but for anyone who doesn't have one I could see how this could be very useful.
Want to know if you, or your friends are butt arse ugly? Need to know if your beer goggles are working overtime before you take that person home from the bar? Got a cocky friend who thinks they're the hottest thing to ever grace the planet Earth?
Grab a copy of the iPhone app named "Ugly Meter Pro" ...
Well in a surprising step Apple is now allowing users to use VLC video players with their apple products. If your not familiar with VLC then I can tell you its one of the best video players out there and it supports a multiple different types of videos. VLC is my current default video player on my PC. In the past with Apple you have been limited to what kinda videos you could use on your ipod's, iphone's and ipads so this is a big step for apple users. Basically it means no more converting if you want to watch videos that are not MPEG4 or H264.