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E-learning Lesson - How does iPhone Change your life
Transcript of E-learning Lesson - How does iPhone Change your life
Launch Date: July 2008.
Number of Apps: 350,000+
Download Stats: Estimated between 10 million and 30 million per day.
Devices Supported: Apple iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
Positives: Strict rules regarding content ensures a ‘safe’ environment, general quality of apps is high, good device compatibility, big name game developers and low prices.
Negatives: Controlled environment prohibits certain genres of ‘entertainment’, no OTA syncing and fewer free apps than other stores. Apple’s closest rival? Almost certainly, and the antithesis of almost everything about the App Store too. Applications submitted to the Market undergo minimal checking, plus developers have more freedom. Also, whereas it still trails the App Store in total apps available, recent figures suggest its growth rate is higher.
Launch Date: October 2008.
Number of Apps: 250,000+
Downloads Stats: Estimated at more than 3.5 billion total downloads.
Devices Supported: Anything running Google Android OS.
Positives: Lots of choice, higher amount of ‘free’ apps over ‘paid’ apps, relative freedom-of-choice and OTA syncing.
Negatives: With less control comes greater risk of malware, many examples of lesser quality apps and not all apps work with all devices. BlackBerry App World Windows Phone Marketplace Nokia Ovi Store The future is in doubt for Nokia’s Ovi Store, at least when it comes to smartphones, as Nokia’s adoption of Windows Phone 7 and distancing from Symbian could see the Ovi Store soon fall out of favour. Until that happens though, the Ovi Store will continue producing great numbers, boasting an 80% conversion rate, availability in 190 countries, multiple languages and more than 4 million visitors per day.
Launch Date: August 2008.
Number of Apps: 30,000+
Download Stats: Estimated 3 million per day.
Devices Supported: The vast majority of Nokia phones.
Positives: A wealth of quality apps, a good split between utilities and games and good prices.
Negatives: Navigation isn’t very intuitive and the store application itself can be buggy. Despite being home to far fewer apps than other big-name stores, BlackBerry App World came second only to Apple in 2010′s revenue charts, showing they’ve got a loyal following not afraid to spend money in the store. App World’s rollout was relatively slow, and has only recently made it into Europe, so expect it to continue growing over the coming year.
Launch Date: April 2009.
Number of Apps: 20,000+
Downloads Stats: Estimated 3 million per day.
Devices Supported: Anything running BlackBerry OS.
Positives: High quality applications, RIM screening process, device and web presence.
Negatives: Not the biggest choice, poor on-device browsing experience, expensive apps and few free options. Rising from the ashes of the Windows Marketplace for Mobile, Windows Phone Marketplace caters for WP7 handsets. Introduced at Mobile World Congress in 2010, it appears to be the newest application store on our list, when it is in fact a similar age to the rest after evolved from stores supporting Windows Mobile.
Launch Date: October 2010.
Number of Apps: 12,000+
Download Stats: Unknown.
Devices Supported: Anything running Windows Phone 7.
Positives: It’s growing quickly, is sensibly priced and has good developer support.
Negatives: The platform is still young and needs to build a user base to attract more apps and developers. Do you know them now? 1.What's an iPhone? (Continue when you have your answer) An iPhone can function as a video camera, camera phone with text messaging and visual voicemail, a portable media player, and an Internet client with e-mail, web browsing, and both Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity. 2. "Apps"? Visit for more Apps: http://www.apple.com/iphone/apps-for-iphone/ Third-party as well as Apple applications are available from the App Store, which launched in mid-2008 and now has well over 300,000 "apps" approved by Apple. These apps have diverse functionalities, including games, reference, GPS navigation, social networking, security and advertising for television shows, films, and celebrities. (Continue when you have your answer) 3. What's the second largest Mobile App Store? (Continue when you have your answer) Android is Apple’s closest rival, and the antithesis of almost everything about the App Store too. Applications submitted to the Market undergo minimal checking, plus developers have more freedom. Also, whereas it still trails the App Store in total apps available, recent figures suggest its growth rate is higher. 4. What's Logmein Ignition? (Continue when you have your answer) Logme in Ignition is Mobile access to your remote computers
With LogMeIn Ignition, you’re just a touch or click away from all your computers. Install LogMeIn Ignition on your iPhone, iPad or Android device, carry it with you on a USB drive, or put it on your PC. And get to your information anytime, anywhere. Any further question, please contact: email@example.com If you like your eggs boiled not poached, your martinis shaken not stirred and your apps like something out of Q’s lab, then this is definitely one for you. The perfect Egg timer (capitalisation of “egg” all their own) takes perfectionism to new heights by concluding that one could not correctly cook an egg as desired without first finding out its diameter, temperature and (of course) the altitude at which you’ll be cooking it. Simply place your egg on your iPhone and the built-in calculator will measure it, whilst GPS will work out your altitude. Choose whether you want your egg liquid, soft, hard or somewhere in between using the sliding scale and then follow the instructions, press start and boil that egg until the alarm sounds. There’s even an “egg spy” which shows you how the egg yolk is looking in “real-time”. Perhaps not a process for every breakfast, but it provides good fun and, more importantly, good eggs. Thank you! Click to back How does iPhone Change your Life? or Let's start learn how to use these apps! Keeping click on play Zoom out to choose the topic you have interest Talk face to face with video on Skype
Share that spectacular sight... show off those new shoes... include others in the big event... speak to clients face-to-face... Now Skype for iPhone lets you get more out of the moment with friends, family and even colleagues.
With other Skype users you can:
Make free Skype-to-Skype voice and video calls over 3G and WiFi.*
Share video calls on Skype with people on iPhone**, PC, Mac or a Skype-enabled TV.
Talk face-to-face or show what you're seeing with front- and rear-facing cameras. TalkBox is sending messages with your voice. It’s an iPhone app dedicated to saving you the trouble of typing and learning all the buttons and instruction.
TalkBox gives what you only need to get your messages across. TalkBox means fast!
TalkBox Connect equips your mobile applications or mobile services with real-time voice messaging feature, enabling a brand new social experience and user engagement. Apps or services that are TalkBox Connected can customize TalkBox messages, integrating instant voice communication into your offering. Social interaction can be effortlessly propagated. Twitter for iPhone is already the third-most popular way to access Twitter (after Twitter.com and mobile.twitter.com) and our official iPad app is the top way for people to connect with Twitter on Apple’s tablet. Today, we introduced a handful of new features that make them even better Harnessing iPhone capabilities, Jamie Oliver's new cooking application solves some of the most common cookbook pitfalls with a clever interface that puts helpful images, instructions and videos literally at your fingertips. With 50 brand-new recipes that all have the kind of twists—a Mediterranean salad with avo, cauliflower cheese and chili risotto—that made us Jamie fans in the first place and geared toward beginners who don't have a lot of time, the content matches the intuitive design perfectly. On first launch, Jamie himself introduces the many features that make the app so useful, not the least of which are the 21 other videos that also keep his charm close at hand and teach techniques. Other image-driven tools, like step-by-step pictures accompanying the instructions, make for a foolproof approach to cooking. ハナミズキ For prep, each recipe comes with a rundown of ingredients linking directly to an interactive, sharable shopping list that sorts by aisle and provides a way to satisfyingly cross off items. Jamie also details his kitchen essentials and, along with his notes on each recipe, prompts and tips along the way, the experience feels like having the friendliest culinary coach in your pocket. Remote is a free, fun, and easy-to-use app that turns your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch into a remote control. So wherever you are in your house, you can control your computer’s iTunes library and your Apple TV with a tap or flick of a finger. Dropbox.
There's an app for that.
Access your Dropbox on the go
Download files for offline viewing
Sync photos and videos to your Dropbox
Share links to files in your Dropbox The official Jenga® game is here! Designed in consultation with Leslie Scott, the original creator of Jenga®, Jenga for iPhone/iPod touch lets you take the tower building experience anywhere.
"Completely excellent! Hours of fun!"
"Pitch-perfect physics. Thoroughly enjoyable!"
"Gorgeous graphics. VERY addictive. The only reason I stopped was my battery was drained!" You have always dreamed of flying - but your wings are tiny. Luckily the world is full of beatiful hills. Use the hills as jumps - slide down, flap your wings and fly! At least for a moment - until this annoying gravity brings you back down to earth. But the next hill is waiting for you already. Watch out for the night and fly as fast as you can. Otherwise flying will only be a dream once again. One touch on your iPhone or iPad lets you remotely access your computers anywhere, anytime and manage your files on the go. Directly control your desktop as if you’re sitting in front of it, access your computer applications as if they were on your iPad, and view or manage files directly from your iPad/iPhone. GoodReader is the super-robust PDF reader for iPad - the #1 selling non-Apple app for iPad in USA in 2010! Mashable describes it as “a Swiss Army knife of awesome!” Reviews worldwide hail it as “essential,” “the best,” “magnificent” and “the killer app”. With GoodReader on your iPad, you can read virtually anything, anywhere: books, movies, maps, pictures. Use it once and you’ll be hooked. Soon you'll be wondering how you ever managed to use your iPad without GoodReader.
GoodReader has earned its accolades by the way it handles huge PDF and TXT files, manuals, large books, magazines, and renderings of 100 mb and more with great speed. The ability to mark-up PDFs opens up new doors to GoodReader users who can now use typewriter text boxes, sticky notes, lines, arrows, and freehand drawings on top of a PDF file. Choose the one you like or Continue http://www.proprofs.com/quiz-school/story.php?title=how-much-you-know-on-iphone-its-apps Test yourself!