August 20th, 2014
Allows Importation of Apple, Google or Outlook Calendar Data for Billing Allows
Workbox Software LLC, a New York City-based software development company, announced today that it has added new functions to Workbox, its already robust iPad accounting app for small businesses. The new additions allow entrepreneurs on the go to import data from their Apple, Google or Outlook calendars for easier bill generation. Users can also use the new capabilities to assign an image or PDF to their expenses and to track mileage.
Workbox, currently in the top 100 finance apps at the Apple Store, provides most of the day-to-day accounting functions entrepreneurs need to run their businesses. Built-in timers record hours worked for each client, and the Workbox users can keep track of billable appointments, products sold and services provided. It can handle both billable and non-billable expenses as well as recurring appointments and fees relying on a highly intuitive interface. Workbox also greatly facilitates the billing process, not only generating bills but also tracking accounts receivable. It allows the small businessperson on the move to enter client payments and access a full suite of reports. And all of it from the user’s iPad.
» Read more: Workbox Software LLC Adds Functionality to Its Flagship iPad Accounting App for Small Businesses
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January 9th, 2014
So you have your app built, tested and now it’s ready for prime time! Should be easy to get the app in front of people that want it, right? No! You can’t just release your amazing app and let it fend for itself in that street bazaar known as the Apple iOS Store. You need to implement ASO (App Store Optimisation) for your apps. But app search is still primitive. And although Apple iOS Store is slightly more straightforward than Google Play, it still needs a lot of work. This is partly because Apple does not have access to Google’s search indexes. The Apple Store Relying mostly on user reviews, ratings, downloads, and general on-page optimization, the Apple Store search mechanism is a work in progress.
» Read more: Here is how to get your App some love in the Apple store
January 5th, 2014
If your looking for a something a little bit different this year from your gadgets its worth checking out the Apple Geeks. These guys are able to take your Apple product and turn it into some amazing colours. At present they are showcasing a collection of Neon iMacs, Macbooks, and iPads, and I have to say they look amazing.
The Apple Geeks are from Leeds in Yorkshire, and that’s in the UK. The guys are building up quite a name for themselves on line and on Facebook and twitter. Along side there crazy coloured apple products they sell, they also make some funky alternative items like lamps, fish tanks, and pet beds all from Apple computers.
Established in 2008 the guys have built a reputation up over the years for high quality repairs and support, not only in Yorkshire, but to clients all over the world. The Apple Geeks are the only guys in the UK that are able to build you a custom Mac from scratch in any colour you require. Be the envy of all your friends with the ultimate custom gadget. » Read more: Customise You iDevice With The Apple Geeks
July 10th, 2013
There has been a lot of speculation about whether or not Apple will release its much awaited iPhone 6 device in 2013 or 2014. As recently as last month, some sources were still claiming that the iPhone 6 will be released in September of this year because the orders from Apple to its Chinese partners are starting to ramp up. The problem, of course is that they are also slated to release their iPhone 5S device in September. The iPhone 5S device is a lower cost iPhone that is expected to be very popular and take up some more market share away from Android devices. The most recent news states that sources are confirming that Apple and one of its Taiwanese partners reached an agreement for that partner to start manufacturing a new type of chip for the iPhone 6 in 2014, which likely means that those who claim that the release date will be next year just got some more fuel for their fire.
» Read more: iPhone 6 Mass Production in China?
July 25th, 2012
The Smartphone market has been flooded in recent years with a whole slew of phones that do everything a phone shouldn’t be able to do. When cameras came out on phones, which was a huge step forward. Next came the internet browser, then the email client, and then the list got so long that it became impossible to even keep track of where the phone function was. The new iPhone 3GS can be seen as either a huge leap forward over its predecessor or it can be seen as just another “update” to the phone that already did everything you could ever want a phone to do.
From the hardware side of things, the new iPhone doesn’t really look that much different from the previous version. The sleek and shimmering curves still glisten in the sun and they hold the device together until you drop it and it’s finished forever. They’ve added a new three megapixel camera to the phone that, if I’m honest, takes some very fine pictures. Phone cameras always lacked quality, and it was expected that this one would be no different. The picture quality is actually, in my opinion, superb for a phone and if you’re looking to ditch your small pocket camera for this, you may very well be able to. But, if you’re a camera junkie that needs fine quality pictures all of the time, the iPhone camera, as said by the Gizmodo team, isn’t a “mindblowing revolutionary step.” It’s also capable of taking video as well as stills which helps if you’re caught in a moment that you need to really remember.
» Read more: iPhone 3GS Review – Unbiased
May 30th, 2012
Apple’s next iPhone, which is reported to launch in the fall, seems to have leaked. It’s entirely possible these parts are for a non-final version of the handset, but they do perfectly match up with what has been reported about the new iPhone — mainly a metal and glass rear case, and a new dock connector. Smartphone repair company uBreakiFix has sent us in these photos of the new case, and there’s a lot of differences compared to the current iPhone 4S. Among a redesigned rear case, the camera module cutout looks to be larger, there is a redone speaker and microphone configuration at the bottom, new dock connector, and it looks like Apple has moved the 3.5mm headset jack to the bottom of the device like the iPod touch. Read on for more photos.
» Read more: iPhone 5 parts leaked