Did you know the iPhone offers an easy way to sign PDFs? I find in my practice that I often need a client to review and sign a document. This can sometimes cause issues for my clients as they don’t have easy access to a printer and scanner. This can add delay to getting a … Continue reading How to sign a PDF using your iPhone
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
The Indiana Lawyer recently published an article I wrote on Apple's iPhone 7. In the article, I provide an overview of the latest phone and some thoughts to help you decide if you should buy one. From the article: If you are on the fence, consider how often and for what purpose you use your … Continue reading Thoughts on the iPhone 7
As of 2:30 pm on September 13, 2016, iOS 10 was available for my iPhone. The update is a whopping 1.2GB, but states it is "the biggest release of iOS ever." I'll be posting some thoughts on the new iOS once I've had a chance to download and test. More information on iOS 10 is … Continue reading iOS 10 Available Now
There were lots of items discussed at today's Apple event. Two big items are the new iPhone and a new Watch. The new iPhone has no headphone jack, a super fast processor, and improved camera options. Oh, and Apple no longer offers the 16GB option. Isn't it amazing that 16GB is not enough space anymore? … Continue reading iPhone 7 in your future?
Several years ago, my wife and I tried Amazon Prime. At the time, we didn't really take advantage of all we were paying for and ended up cancelling the service without really testing it out. Fast forward a few years. Our third child was born. With the kids now spanning ages 0-11 and an eight … Continue reading Like [newer] music? You’ll like Amazon Prime
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+
I just updated to iOS 9 on my iPhone 6 Plus. Here are my initial notes: New font looks great. Very easy to read and matches the bigger screen of the iPhone 6 Plus. The update looks cleaner and is easier to read. Not a drastic change, but feels fresh. The keyboard has upper and … Continue reading iOS 9 | Initial Notes
The Indiana Lawyer recently published an article I wrote providing some tips for scanning while out of the office. From the article: Mobile scanning apps continue to improve and get easier to use. With a little practice, you can become comfortable with scanning from your mobile device. Here's the link. What are your favorite mobile scanning … Continue reading T3:38 | Scanning tips for the mobile lawyer
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.