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Mobinodo announces Sprite Master Web 1.1 is a CSS spritesheet generator for Mac. Even fast loading reducing web site is nearly impossible. Today most of advanced web sites are using spritesheets to load faster. Spritesheets are combined one image that contains all of your images in your web site. They are parsed and used as a single image via CSS. Sprite Master Web uses Basic and MaxRects algorithms to organize your sprites thus it finds the minimum image size.
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iTake Supplements & Pills Tracker iPhone application enables users to organize supplements & pills into easy-to-read lists that show useful statistics such as how many days, capsules, and servings left, cost per serving, monthly and total order cost. With iTake, the user simply enters vital supplement information such as capsules per container, serving size, serving frequency, date when supplement was started, then add a photo of the supplement from Photo Library or take one with the Camera.
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Bartsoft Inc, has launched new cards and frames for both versions of the application, eCard Express for iPhone and eCard Express HD for iPad. Categories: St.Patrick's Day, Love & Friendship, Frames, Thank You, Happy Birthday. All new cards are free of charge for current eCard Express users. The total number of cards for each application now exceeds 250. Update includes both nice classical and humorous cartoon style cards and frames for existing app categories.
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After owning several iPads, iPhones, iPods and iMacs, I must say that migrating from an existing iPad to a new iPad was much easier this time around. There are three different paths to take: Restore from iCloud, Restore from iTunes and Set Up New. Each one has its pluses and its minuses, which I’ll walk you through below.
Sync photos to iPhoto. While it is likely that you do not have your most treasured family photos stored in the camera roll of your old iPad (given the quality of its camera), you may still want to ensure that you have synced your photos to an iPhoto Library on your Mac. Simply attach your iPad to your Mac via USB, open iPhoto on the Mac, select the iPad on the left and click on Import Photos on the right.
Import photos via Image Capture. If you are not a fan of iPhoto, or you do not want to sync your iPad photos to your iPhoto Library, you can use the Image Capture app on your Mac to export your photos to a folder anywhere on your Mac. Launch Image Capture and attach your iPad via USB to your Mac. Select a destination folder and Import All.
Save an app’s data files via iTunes. Many apps on your iPad will allow you to access your files via your Mac from within iTunes. From document files to images to waypoints and tracks, iTunes can provide convenient access to the documents stored on your iPad. Attach your iPad to your Mac via USB and launch iTunes. On the bottom of the Apps tab for the iPad you just attached, you will see a list of apps that support syncing docs via iTunes. Select the docs you want to save and copy them to a folder on your Mac.
Sync purchases to iTunes. It may be that you have yet to sign up for an iCloud account, you have not been tempted by iTunes Match, and you still manage your music, videos, books and apps by syncing your iPad to your Mac’s iTunes Library. If so, you will want to ensure that your latest purchases have been synced to your Mac’s iTunes Library. To do this, click on your iPad in iTunes and select Transfer Purchases from the menu.
With iOS 5 and the introduction of iCloud, Apple has made backing up an iPad to your iCloud account possible. These backups are done automatically when your iPad is connected to both a power source and a WiFi connection. Before you start up your new iPad, you will want to make sure that you have a recent backup of your old iPad.
Since most ISPs do not offer fast upload speeds, this may take a while depending on how much information you have stored on your iPad and how long it has been since your last backup. And that is the downside of this technique: network speed. Once the backup is complete, you can start your new iPad for the first time and select Restore from iCloud Backup when prompted. If you have already started using your new iPad, you will need to access the Reset menu located in the General settings on the iPad in order to select Erase All Content and Settings. This is a great solution if you are out and about and want to get started using your new iPad before you have a chance to get home and sync to tour Mac.
A benefit of tethering your iPad to a Mac is that you will not have to re-download all of your apps when your settings and configurations are re-established.
Once the backup is complete, you can start your new iPad for the first time and elect Restore from iTunes Backup when prompted. If you have already started using your new iPad, you will need to access the Reset menu located in the General settings on the iPad in order to select Erase All Content and Settings. The only downside here is that you need to tether both your old as well as your new iPad to your Mac. Given that all of your apps are up-to-date on your Mac’s iTunes library, this is likely the fastest way to transfer all of your apps and data to your new iPad.
The most time-consuming way to migrate from an existing iPad to a new iPad is to start over fresh and reconfigure your new iPad from scratch. What you will discover in both the iCloud as well as the iTunes backup before this setup method is that the new iPad will forget all of your passwords. So in both situations it would be wise to invest in some sort of password manager and get all of your accounts in order prior to migrating.
But for some, this may be a great time to start over and rediscover your iPad. Get rid of the apps you never use by installing only the ones you cannot live without. Even when starting over fresh, you will instantly have access to all of your Mail, Contact, Calendars, Notes reminders and Bookmarks via iCloud. All of your photos will be there waiting for you via Photo Stream. You music library is accessible via iTunes Match. And any prior App, iBook Music and Video purchases will be available to download again from the App Store.
The three options available should suit most needs. If you are on the go and want to migrate all of your current apps and settings, then restore from iCloud. If you have a lot of large apps and a slow internet connection, consider restoring from an iTunes backup instead. But if you have the time to invest, start fresh and only install the apps you really like. You may just find that backing up your iPad is becoming less and less important.
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At this point, it?s hard to determine what?s more outrageous,Daisey?s lies to Ira Glass and his team, or the national media?swillingness to give Daisey a platform to repeat the same lies andfabrications without making the slightest effort to vet them.
Matthew Baldwin, who worked with Mike Daisey at Amazon in the late ’90s, quoting from Daisey’s appearance on Real Time With Bill Maher:
Daisey: People work on that line tirelessly, hour after hour untilthey drop. I met people who were —
Maher: Until they drop?
Daisey: They drop. A worker at Foxconn died after working a 34hour shift?
And here there?s the slightest of pauses, as if Daisey has reachedthe end of the statement. But then he adds, almost mechanically:
Daisey: ? while I was in China.
A worker did indeed die after a 34 hour shift. But the truth ofthis fact isn?t enough for Daisey; he has to then attach to itsome connection, however tenuous, to himself. A Chinese man didn?tjust die; he died while Daisey was in China.
Amber Books announces they will be launching the Great Battles series in universal iOS and Android versions on 18th March 2012. Each app has an animated map complete with a voiceover explaining the battle stage by stage, a narrated history and gallery give you the full background to the battle, while a quiz tests out your new knowledge. Great battles, such as D-Day 1944, Gettysburg 1863, Pearl Harbor 1941 and more.
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Ron Rockwell, certified repair technician and Marcus Roskosch, independent developer just released Repair Database for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Repair Database contains more than 100,000 repair solutions for everyday electronics. This App is a must-have for anybody in the Tech industry and or people who like to do it themselves. This database can be quickly searched by full-text or just by entering Make, Model or Type. All common and uncommon brands are from A like ACER to Z like Zenith.
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