Here's a quick write-up and slideshow I created for a friend who wanted to use her iPad to e-file in Indiana. This tip should work for an iPhone as well (though I haven't tried it...yet). Apps required: Microsoft Word® for iPad (or iPhone) Safari Instructions for e-Filing from your iPad Install Word for iPad if … Continue reading e-file from an iPad using Microsoft Word® and Safari
Introduction Anyone who tracks time likely uses certain phrases numerous times per day. While each time entry is unique, it often contains similar components. Those repeated phrases are prime candidates for automated text expansion. Faster billing entries are essential in today's fast moving environment. I use and recommend TextExpander (iOS) and TextExpander (Mac) (there’s also … Continue reading Use TextExpander For Faster Billing Entries
On the iPhone, one of my favorite apps is TextExpander. I also really like, from the same company, PDFPen Scan +. The maker of these apps, SmikeSoftware, has a bundle deal for the next few days. If you buy PDFPen, Smile's PDF editing software for iPhone/iPad, these other two apps are free. Check out the … Continue reading iOS App Sale | PDFpen, TextExpander, and PDFpen Scan+
My favorite PDF reader for iPad and iPhone (GoodReader) is on sale for $0.99 for a limited time. Get it if you don't have it. I'm also excited to try out the, by all accounts, excellent photo editor Pixelmator, which is also on sale for $0.99 for a limited time.
This week's Tech Tip Tuesday offers some ideas on how to reduce email notification distraction, without completely turning off all notifications. Read the tip over at The Indiana Lawyer, here.
For this week's Tech Tip Tuesday, I'm sharing links to my favorite iOS (iPhone/iPad) based text-expansion software TextExpander (TE) (by Smile Software). The app goes on sale today for $0.99 with the price increasing by $1 per day until the sale ends March 20. I use this software every day on my iOS devices. It's great … Continue reading T3:25 | iOS TextExpander 3
Recently, I started a post with a list of some of the apps I'm currently testing and some that are on my wish list. You can visit the list here. This post will show you how I create that list. I often read about an app I might be interested in, but don't want to … Continue reading T3:23 | Wish List for Apps
Here is a (ever growing) list of some of my favorite apps (and some I want to try out). Note that these links are affiliate links. iPhone OmniFocus 2 - The Omni Group (Universal) Workflow: Powerful Automation Made Simple - DeskConnect, Inc. Fantastical 2 for iPhone - Calendar and Reminders - Flexibits Inc. Drafts 4 … Continue reading iPhone | iPad | Mac | App List
Recently, I've been using OmniFocus 2 as my primary task and project manager. Omni Group pushed out an update for the OmniFocus 2 for iPhone app last week. What I like best about OmniFocus 2 (which I use on Mac (OmniFocus 2 for Mac) and iPad (OmniFocus 2 for iPad)), is that it allows me … Continue reading T3:16 | OmniFocus 2 Updated iPhone App
This week's Tech Tip Tuesday is a recommendation to check out Microsoft's apps for Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel on the iPhone/iPad. I downloaded the apps and have to say that I'm impressed with the functionality. Jeff Richardson over at iPhone J.D. has a great review and admonition to read the license agreement (hint: free … Continue reading T3:15 | Check out Microsoft Office Apps for iPhone/iPad