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Overview of GameSalad

Posted Wed by  / 
Topics: Tech Tips

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If you have ever looked into developing apps, or if you currently develop apps, you know that creating apps means coding. Coding in multiple languages depending on what you are looking to build. GameSalad takes the coding away, allowing game developers to create apps easily and the ability to focus on other aspects such as design.


Apple Music Now Available on Sonos

Posted Wed by  / 
Topics: News

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Apple Music is now available on Sonos. Apple Music on Sonos was first tested by users through a Sonos beta program in December. Since the beta program, Sonos is now pushing the feature out to all users allowing them to add their Apple Music accounts.


App Review: Tiny Wings

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Topics: Apps, Reviews

ImageSometimes it is good to take a nice break and have fun playing a game on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. A game that has been trending in the Top Charts for quite some time now is Tiny Wings.


Swift is Now Open Source

Posted Jan 28 by  / 
Topics: News

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During WWDC last year in 2015, Apple announced that Swift, their new programming language, would be going open source. On December 3, 2015, Apple announced that Swift was now open source.


What is CarPlay?

Posted Jan 26 by  / 
Topics: News

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Connecting your iPhone to your car via Bluetooth is good, it allows you to take a phone call hand free. Maybe you can even send a text message via voice controls through the car. Apple has created CarPlay. It is not super new software; it has been around since when iOS 7 came out, but it offers your car many more features than just placing a hands free call.


Apple’s New tvOS Updates: 9.1.1 and 9.2

Posted Jan 26 by  / 
Topics: News

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Apple has a new update in the beta stage for the fourth generation Apple TV, tvOS 9.2, that includes new features for the Apple TV, they have also released a new update tvOS 9.1.1, which brought the Podcast app back to the Apple TV.


How to Make Lockscreen Messages and Emails Private

Posted Jan 25 by  / 
Topics: Tech Tips

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Whenever you get an iMessage, Text Message, or Email on your iPhone, it shows up on the lockscreen with a preview of the message’s contents. This can be problematic if your phone is lying around unattended in a public place or someone else is temporarily using it - they will immediately be able to see exactly what was sent. Luckily, it’s fairly simple to hide message & email previews so that incoming notifications just show the name of the person sending it and nothing else.


Safari Extensions

Posted Jan 25 by  / 
Topics: Tech Tips

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Extensions on web browsers are similar to apps on your phone, tablet, or computer. The only thing different is that web browser extensions offer features to change how you search the internet.


Rumors for Apple in 2016

Posted Jan 25 by  / 
Topics: Rumors

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Each year Apple announces new products during multiple product events throughout the year. It’s a guess to try to think about what Apple will announce next, and sometimes things are predictable to see coming, such as a new iPhone model each year. Here are a few product lines that could see an update in 2016.

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