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  Located at 88 East Main Street, in lovely downtown Ramsey, New Jersey is an authorized Dealer for AT&T Wireless Services. They have been in the wireless business since 1999; but their cumulative wireless experience totals over 40 years. This type of experience can only benefit their customer base. Since day # 1, the owner and staff have tried to steer clear of the stereotypical wireless dealership mentality. It has been their goal to be more of a consultant; than a salesperson. They treat “word of mouth” or “referral” business as their driving force.

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This one comes from mouseglider, straight out of Mobile Nations’ own Android Central forums. If you’re looking for a kickstand, or a tripod adapter, or just a way to hold something bigger than one hand in one hand, it’s worth a close look.

Kickstand4u is billed as the “Ultimate Accessory Package” for all your mobile devices, the small (and removable) base attaches to the back of your phone or tablet, and can be used with or without a case. Using different pieces that attach to the base, you can have a kickstand for your phone, or add an extender to use with your tablet, or add a mounting bracket so that your favorite device can screw right onto a standard tripod. For extra-bonus-round points, the base kickstand is also a “Sure Grip” adapter so you can keep hold of your phone or tablet with one hand at any angle — perfect for reading in bed.

But mouseglider and company need our help. The Kickstarter project needs to meet its $ 18.845 funding goal by the end of August 2014. Even if you can’t swing the $ 10 to get early access to a Kickstand4u of your own, you can still throw a buck or two to help fund the project. Everyone seems to love kickstands, and often the best products come from makers and tinkerers who don’t have millions of Samsung or Apple dollars at their disposal.

Hit the links below and give this one a look!

Source: Kickstarter; via Android Central forums









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For today only, buy the Qmadix Snap-On Cover w/ Holster for iPhone 5/5S and save 70%

This durable Snap-On Cover protects your iPhone while allowing complete access to the ports and buttons of your device. The included holster features a felt lining that protects your display while faced in and the swivel clip rotates in both vertical and horizontal positions.









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If you have a visual impairment that makes it difficult for you to read text or see icons on your iPhone or iPad, the zoom feature is a great accessibility option that allows you to magnify text and even your Home screen, but only when you need to. While larger and bolder text helps, enabling zoom adds even more flexibility on the fly. All you’ve got to do is enable it first!


How to enable zoom for better visual accessibility on your iPhone or iPad

  1. Launch the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Tap on General.
  3. Tap on Accessibility.
  4. Under the Vision section, tap on Zoom.
  5. Turn the Zoom option On.

Once you’ve got Zoom enabled, you can use it on the fly. Here’s how to use it:

  • Double tap with three fingers anywhere on the screen to enable and disable zoom. You can do this from pretty much anywhere.
  • Drag three fingers around the screen to pan around and move to another area of the screen.
  • Use one or two fingers to scroll in the particular section that is on the screen.

That’s it! You’re good to go! If you ever decide you don’t like zoom enabled, you can easily disable it by hopping back into the Settings app again.

Note: Originally posted April 2013. Updated July 2014.









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If you have a visual impairment that makes it difficult for you to read text or see icons on your iPhone or iPad, the zoom feature is a great accessibility option that allows you to magnify text and even your Home screen, but only when you need to. While larger and bolder text helps, enabling zoom adds even more flexibility on the fly. All you’ve got to do is enable it first!


How to enable zoom for better visual accessibility on your iPhone or iPad

  1. Launch the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Tap on General.
  3. Tap on Accessibility.
  4. Under the Vision section, tap on Zoom.
  5. Turn the Zoom option On.

Once you’ve got Zoom enabled, you can use it on the fly. Here’s how to use it:

  • Double tap with three fingers anywhere on the screen to enable and disable zoom. You can do this from pretty much anywhere.
  • Drag three fingers around the screen to pan around and move to another area of the screen.
  • Use one or two fingers to scroll in the particular section that is on the screen.

That’s it! You’re good to go! If you ever decide you don’t like zoom enabled, you can easily disable it by hopping back into the Settings app again.

Note: Originally posted April 2013. Updated July 2014.









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Did you add a contact to your iPhone running iOS 7.1.2 only to find that it doesn’t show up in your Contacts app? Or perhaps it isn’t syncing to your other devices via iCloud like it’s supposed to. I recently had a friend experience this issue and a few days later I did too. As it turns out, the problem isn’t actually iCloud at all. Luckily, the fix is super simple!


How to default back to saving new contacts to iCloud

For most folks experiencing this problem, the issue is that their iPhone or iPad somehow defaults to the On my iPhone contacts group after upgrading to iOS 7.1.2. The problem actually isn’t iCloud sync at all. This explains why they aren’t showing up across devices as well. All you’ve got to do to fix the issue is change the default in Settings back to iCloud.

  1. Launch the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Tap on Mail, Contacts, Calendars — you’ll need to scroll down a ways.
  3. Under Contacts, tap on Default Account.
  4. Make sure iCloud is selected and NOT On my iPhone.

Unfortunately, there’s no way to toggle where contacts are saved to after adding them so to get the missing contacts into iCloud, you’ll need to copy the numbers and create new entries after you’ve defaulted back to iCloud syncing. Here’s how to find the missing contacts so you know which ones you need to re-add:

How to weed out disappearing contacts on your iPhone or iPad

  1. Launch the Phone app on your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Tap on Groups at the top left.
  3. Uncheck All iCloud and check All on My iPhone.
  4. Tap Done at the top.
  5. You should now see a list of all the contacts that aren’t syncing or are missing from other devices.

For most folks, the problem group will be All on My iPhone. Once you have a list of who you need to re-add, just be sure you have iCloud selected under groups before re-adding. The easiest way to make sure is to hide the On My iPhone group again.

If you’ve had strange issues with contact syncing under iOS 7.1.2, give the above steps a try and see if you can not only find your missing contacts, but fix the issue permanently.









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US customers can now buy the Philips Hue Tap switch from the Apple Store to easily control their Philips Hue lights. Previously the Hue Tap was only available in Europe, which makes sense as Philips is a Dutch company. The switch has no batteries and is powered through kinetics simply by pushing the buttons. Yep, buttons — there are four three smaller round affairs and one big button that comprises most of the face.

Those buttons are all programmable and can be hooked up to any “scene” (a combination of specific lights, colors, brightnesses) from within the Hue App on your iPhone or iPad. Tapping a button once will turn on that scene, and again turns it off.

The Hue Tap is mountable, or it can be moved about freely. For the mounting a wall bracket and mounting tape are included in the box. Of course, you’ll still need a Philips Hue bridge and Hue lights to really take advantage of the Hue Tap (a starter kit with one bridge and three lights is $ 200)

Right now the Philips Hue Tap in the US is only available from the Apple Store (both in retail locations and online), where it is priced at $ 59.95.









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The iMore show brings you everything you need to know about the week in iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple! On this episode Rene, Peter, and Derek talk about Apple’s sweeping partnership with IBM, when to buy a Mac, iPhone 6 screen videos, iWatch as product lines, and more!

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On Thursday Realmac Software announced the development of Typed, a new Mac text editor that works with Markdown, the text to HTML conversion tool that’s gained much popularity with web content creators in recent years.

Realmac depends on Markdown as well — not only to create content for their own site but also as a feature in existing products. Markdown support is coming to Ember, Realmac’s image collation and annotation app, as well as Rapidweaver, its visual web page creation tool.

As we worked on these features, however, we found ourselves questioning the existing Markdown apps that we use – much as we love some of the writing apps out there right now, they weren’t quite right. So, we’re building a dedicated Markdown editor of our own – and it’s called Typed.

Typed will feature a minimal UI with licensed fonts, full screen support, HTML preview, word and character counts, auto save support and extensive keyboard shortcuts. Realmac plans support for Mavericks and Yosemite when Typed launches.

A price has also been set — $ 19.99, though early adopters will be able to buy Typed for $ 9.99.

There’s no info yet on release date, but you can visit the Realmac web site to sign up for details once they’re available.









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Developer Madfinger Games has released a major new update to their free-to-play zombie first person shooter Dead Trigger 2 for the iPhone and iPad, adding in a ton of content such as new weapons, more of the game’s story campaign and additional features.

The continuation of the story campaign takes place in Europe where the player will “continue the search of the Red One and the origins of the mutation.” In addition, all of the older story campaigns are now open and available for replay. There’s also a new Arena level called Purgatory, which contains “new bizarre traps like Impaling Spikes and Gallows Ropes.” Madfinger Games will be organizing online tournaments every weekend for the Arena level.

Dead Trigger 2 also has two new weapons in this update, the Metal Gun and the Area 51 Gun, along with some new environments, improved visuals and more. You can download the game now in the App Store.

Download for free: Dead Trigger 2

Source: Madfinger Games









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How to auto-enhance photos on your iPhone and iPad

Posted by BMetts On July - 16 - 2014
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If you take a photo with your iPhone or iPad and feel like the composition is great but that the colors and tones could be a little better, the Photos app comes with a few handy tools to help. iOS 8 promises a lot more control, but even with iOS 7, If you either aren’t familiar with photo editing or just aren’t sure where to start, the auto-enhance feature is a great place to start!

How to enahance pics with the Photos app for iPhone and iPad

  1. Launch the Photos app on your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Find the photo you’d like to enhance and tap on it to open it.
  3. Tap on Edit in the upper right hand corner.
  4. Tap on the Auto-Enhance button in the bottom navigation — it looks like a magic wand.
  5. You can toggle between Auto-Enhance by tapping on it again. This gives you a good idea of before and after.
  6. If you like the improvements the Auto-Enhance feature made, tap on Save in the upper right hand corner.
  7. Tap on Save to Camera Roll in order to confirm that you’d like to save another copy.
  8. That’s it, just visit your Camera Roll to view and share the new version.

When you use Auto-Enhance in the Photos app, your old photo will never be written over or lost. This way you can always go back to it if you want to make other edits or decide that you ultimately didn’t think Auto-Enhance did a very good job. If that’s the case, you can try editing apps from the App Store to make the image even better. Below you can find a link to our favorites!

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