Sunday, March 20, 2011

Testing hiawathaturf

Test iPhone

- Posted from the rough

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

iTurf Apps New Website

iTurf Apps has moved! Come checkout the new site!

iTurf Apps

Sunday, March 6, 2011

Saturday, March 5, 2011

Transition to iPad 2? This may help.

Lot's of sites are starting to compare the iPad to iPad 2. There are definitely some pros to switching, not sure if I will take the dive yet. Pretty happy with my first gen iPad. Below is a pretty detailed article from Macworld comparing the two.

What you need to know about iPad 2

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Apple Introduces JointVenture

I just got an email from Apple announcing something call "JointVenture". Looks like Apple is getting into actually helping businesses set up their Apple wears.

I think for years now Apple has always said they design hardware for consumers not for business. Times they must be a changing.

Looks like the JointVenture service starts at $499 when you buy a new Mac and supports up to 5 systems.

This is how the website describes JointVenture.

Joint Venture is a program designed to help you use Mac, iPhone, and iPad to improve the way your business runs. We’ll set up your new Apple products, train your employees to get the most out of them, and make sure everything stays working with dedicated support.

Here is a link to the main site.


- Posted from my iPad

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Evernote gets some great features in 4.0!

At the GIS show in Orlando this year, Bob and I demoed some great iphone and ipad apps for Superintendents and other turf managers. One particular was Evernote. Bob has done some reviews on this before and uses this app quite a bit. He sold me on it several months ago and seeing the updates available in 4.0 for the iphone/ipad, I will use it that much more.

Here is a video buy Evernote, highlighting some features in the new version.

Software Improvements for next iOS

What software improvements would you like to see in the next release of Apple's iOS? Take a look at this article and let us know what you would like to see. MacWorld released the article below with some very good ideas.

MacWorld - Software Improvements for next iOS

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