Your guide to the 500 must have apps for iPad and iPhone with categories including Games, Photography, Childrens, Sport and Health and Fitness. Links directly into the App Store for easy downloading.
I don't like this book. It's to short and most of it most people have
Not a good book.Dont waste your time reading it.
By Butch folds
Me ha sido muy importante leer esta guía donde encontré algunas aplicaciones que desconocía y fortalecí otras que ya tenía ! Es importante meterse de todos modos a las reseñas para confirmar si cada aplicación es la recomendada para cada estilo de vida !
Yo de verdad baje algunas que no conocía y aproveche y borre otras que no me han servido de nada !
I think it is ok
How bout apps you could actually NEED.
How bout a book on what apps we would like to see or should have come with the iPhone.
Remember the “old” telephone recorders. They had a wonderful feature called “record”. When some attorney, cop, politician corporation, builder, or anyone that you do business with is “on record as saying” on what date, what time and what phone was used, from where?
People, for some reason, forget what they promised at a later date and a simple program like this would rate as A Program was what I was hoping to find in a book on "Must Have”apps!
Is it becaused it is technilogically impossible to do, rhetoric. How often do you think that you ever get recorded then demand that we should have the same capabilities that they have (at least on your personal cell phone).
I have seen devices that you can carry around with all of the other stuff that you have to carry around that do record phone calls but how difficult would it be to make a digital phone dxo what an analog phone could do 20 years ago?
There are plenty of other excellent app ideas out there but this book looks like a what’s what of waste of time by a company that put out a book that many people can not even download. You get what you pay for.