Last year, I published an article detailing the ways in which Windows 10 has come to light and how it substantially changed the goals of Microsoft. Windows 10 was the seed which ushered in a new era, one where customer feedback is more listened to and there’s greater transparency between the teams behind Windows and the rest of the world.
It turns out they weren’t bluffing:
The developers of Blindfold Games and RS Games have come together to bring us the RS Games client on mobile devices. RS Games has been available on Windows and Mac OS for five years. Now you can play with your friends and family or against a computer bot anytime, anywhere. James Oates walks us through the app and tells us which games are available, and how much they cost. He reviews the settings for the app and he goes over how to use the app; and he quickly demonstrates how to play Monopoly, his favorite board game ever! Download the app, and start having fun right now!
The Amazon Echo is amazon’s Wi-Fi voice controlled speaker. Using just your voice, you can ask the Echo to do a number of things such as play your music library, check the weather, give you news updates, and much more! Additionally, third-party skills allow the Echo to expand its capabilities. In this podcast, Leo covers setting up the echo for the first time, as well as some of the things you can do with the echo, as well as its accompanying Alexa app.
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One of the biggest obstacles for many people when it comes to travel is the hit it takes on the bank account. Luckily, Justin is here to show off the solution, which is Kayak. In this demonstration, he takes us through the essential components of the iOS app. He shows us how to view prices for flights and hotels, track flights using the application, and a few other handy little tricks. Kayak is also available via website and an app for Android as well.
In this podcast, James Oates demonstrates how to navigate the C-Span Radio app on iOS. He shows us how to listen to live broadcasts, check today’s broadcast schedule, and enjoy in-depth podcasts.
DJing with the world’s largest musical library!
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BeSpecular. Do you want to help/volunteer in your community, but you don’t have the time? Helping your community should be simple, convenient, and fun. Now you can help someone who’s blind by using your smartphone. You can spend a few seconds listening to the question, look at the picture(s), and reply with a friendly voice note or text message. You can:
There comes a time in the lifecycle of a product which I jokingly like to call the “floodgate”. It is when the pearly gates open, when the public can finally enter a new realm of unity with their parent company, and find new features galore. Oh, the dream of every and any testing enthusiast, provided they like Apple. Whether you’re a hard-core programmer, someone that likes risk and adventure and might tinker a bit on the hardware side, or just in general have above-average technical knowledge, these gates are yours to enter. If you are the type who enjoys stability, reliable functions, non-crashing apps, don’t you worry. Your time comes in September.
In this podcast Alex quickly demos foobar2000 preview for iOS. Some workarounds to its shortcomings and accessibility regarding the playback screen are also explained.