In this podcast, Sabrina gives us a demonstration of My Baby Sim 2 for iOS, and shows us some differences between this version of the app and the original release of My Baby Sim. My Baby Sim 2 is free with in-app purchases available. Check out this podcast on the original My Baby Sim app by Lulu Hartgen from November, 2015...
In this podcast, Tunmi introduces us to Suddenly Lost, an interactive adventure novel for iOS with a script that is over 40,000 words alone.
The App Store description provides the following information:
You will explore many interesting places and have many adventures, all within the wonderful world of the written page.
But that's not all. We all...
In this edition of The AppleVis Extra, Alex Hall and Scott Davert speak with the developer of lire, an RSS feed reader for iOS that includes extensive support for VoiceOver. In this interview, we learn about the history of lire, and find out what is in the latest version of the program.
In this podcast, Hope Robinson takes us on a brief tour of Blindfold RS Games for iOS.
In this game review, Izzie G. takes us on a tour of FruitPot: Fantastic Free Fruit Machine
From the app store: "Forget slot machines, don't waste your money! FruitPot adds the best features of fruit machines and puzzle games, resulting in the funniest game ever! ..."
In this quick tip, Igna Triay shows us how to Pause an Audio or Movie Recording Using QuickTime Player On the Mac. Although this process is very straightforward, there is a step that might not be obvious to some.
In this podcast, David Woodbridge gives us an overview and demonstration of the 2016 MacBook Pro with Touch Bar.
In this podcast, David Woodbridge introduces us to the recently released Apple AirPods. He tells us what we will find in the box; gives us a physical description of the AirPods and their charging case; and then talks us through his experience of using them with an iPhone, Mac, Apple Watch and Apple TV.
For those unfamiliar with the Apple AirPods, this is how they are described by Apple:...