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By Scott Fegette | Friday, October 10, 2014

New Creative Cloud Mobile Apps Are More Than Toys

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Mobile apps aren’t just for play anymore. Adobe’s newest release of the Creative Cloud brings its cornerstone desktop creative applications a new, integrated way of expressing your creative vision.

By Scott Fegette | Friday, September 05, 2014

Look What's Familiar, and Simple, About Swift

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Swift, the new programming language by Apple for rapid development of iOS and Mac OSX apps, is gaining popularity as quickly as its name suggests—and we’re pleased to announce that Simon Allardice’s first lynda.com course on the language, Swift Programming First Look, is now available.

If you’ve been itching to dive into this new language, Simon’s got the scoop for you- here’s a peek.

By David Gassner | Wednesday, August 06, 2014

Course Update: Building a Note-Taking App for Android

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Technology moves so quickly, it can be hard to keep up—particularly when developer tools change after we’ve recorded a course.

I recently heard from a member who was trying to work through my course Building a Note-Taking App for Android and having trouble running and testing his code.

By Nur Duygun | Monday, June 16, 2014

Mobile Learning: Better than Ever with Our New Apps

Mobile Learning: Better than Ever with Our New Apps

We’re excited to announce a completely redesigned app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch! In addition, we’ve released an update to our Android app for tablets and phones, which includes streaming Chromecast support and personalized recommendations, among other enhancements. Both new apps present courses with engaging visuals for improved browsing, plus you’ll find enhanced search and filtering features.

By Jess Stratton | Monday, June 16, 2014

Using Waze, Crowdsourced GPS

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This week on Monday Productivity Pointers, I’ll introduce you to a crowdsourced GPS app called Waze.

Crowdsourced GPS means this: The more people who actively use it, the more information you can get from it. With a quick tap, you can actively alert nearby drivers using Waze of traffic, accidents, detours, and other hazards.

By Richard Harrington | Friday, April 25, 2014

Using Mobile Apps for Site Surveys

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Knowing the ins and outs of your location is a very important step in successful productions. Site surveying helps you identify potential problems before your production takes place. In this week’s episode of DSLR Video Tips, Robbie and I demonstrate how to use mobile apps to make your site survey more effective. From weather conditions to the location of the sun, the more prepared you are, the more successful your production will be.

By Jolie Miller | Thursday, March 27, 2014

Microsoft Office for iPad hits the App Store

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If you watched Microsoft’s San Francisco press event earlier today, you know there’s big news–the much anticipated Office for iPad applications are available for download in the App Store today as of 11 Pacific. Excel, PPT, and Word are all available individually and for free download. If you’re looking to just read Office documents from your iPad, you can use the apps for free, but editing rights will cost you an Office 365 subscription.

With the auto-save feature ensuring you won’t lose your work and the friendly ribbon interface and document editing abilities, you’ll see a lot of familiar features as you download each app. Plus, access your Camera Roll photos to add to docs or presentations, and get used to the 123 numerical keyboard in Excel. Get used to making your PowerPoint presentations on the iPad and then presenting them from it.

Downloaded the new Office for iPad apps and ready to dive in? Be sure to watch Jess Stratton’s free course Office for iPad First Look to get a head-start.

By Jess Stratton | Monday, July 29, 2013

Getting to appointments: Monday Productivity Pointers

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This week I’m focusing on getting you to your appointments on time using two mobile apps that have become crucial to my day-to-day work: Tempo Smart Calendar and Twist.

Tempo Smart Calendar is an iPhone app that combines your email inbox, calendar, and maps to build a customized calendar for you. For example, if you have a flight scheduled, you can tap the calendar entry to see if it’s on time. You can also directly dial into conference calls, ¬including any long conference codes required to get in. If you have an appointment with a client, Tempo Smart Calendar will try to find emails in your mailbox related to that appointment, keeping all the info you’ll need just a tap away.

In the video below, I’ll focus on getting you to your appointments. Tempo Smart Calendar contains a feature that allows you to easily notify your meeting participants if you’re running late with only a few taps.

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