Looking for the top apps for Travel? We have you covered!
Travel can be a hassle when you don’t know where you are or where you’re going. Fortunately there are tons of nifty apps to help you get found. Here are my top 3 picks:
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Our friends at Apple have considered everything; even a cleverly hidden way for you to Orientation Lock your iPad 2 / iPhone 4 screen.
When lying in bed with your iPad or iPhone, as you move around, the screen tends to move around with you. While the feature can be really functional at time, at other times it can be really inconvenient (like when you’re trying to read from your Borders eBook, for example).
Did you know you can deposit checks using mobile devices? There’s a Chase App for that!
One of the main reasons I was excited to switch from my Verizon BlackBerry to my new Verizon iPhone was this awesome Chase Mobile App. It lets you deposit checks of up to $500.00 using your iPhone or Android camera.
Want to forget a wifi network? You can! If you accidentally connected to a wifi network once, your device remembers it for life—right? Wrong! There’s a way to prevent that annoying wifi pop-up. Go to Settings > Wi-Fi. Find the network under the ‘Choose a Network’ heading. Select the blue arrow next to the network you’d like to remove and tap the button on the top that says ‘Forget this Network’. And it’s gone!
Listia: an awesome new way to get rid of your junk. Like eBay, Listia, is an auction site that lets you bid on other people’s stuff using credits instead of real money. It’s great for giving away stuff you don’t need and collecting the stuff you want in return: FOR FREE!
Change your e-mail signature, here is a how to for your iPad 2 and iPhone 4! Don’t be one of those people who leave the default ‘Sent from my iPad’ signature on all their messages.
Thanks to TV/media, and amongst other things, a new app from NBC, over 2.5 billion people – more than one third of the world’s population – are expected to watch Prince William marry Kate Middleton on Friday. To give you some perspective, approximately 750 million viewers watched when Prince Charles married Lady Diana Spencer some 30 years earier. At the time, it was the most-watched live event in television history.
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