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Scanbot6

 

iPads have cameras and though not too friendly for the group selfie there are Apps out there that put them to good use. And Scanbot is just one of these which turns your iPad’s Camera into a scanner, snapping pictures of paper and documents in the real world. If it detects a document it will do it automatically and if not you simply snap and then do everything manually. It’s a pretty handy tool in all since we can’t really carry around an all-purpose scanner with us all the time!

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Posted in App of the week By Jason Lite

GooglePlayBooks

 

Google Play Books? Well that’s not new! But it does have a brand new feature that might make some of you start using it (provided you don't already). It's called Bubble Zoom, and it makes it easier to read comics using Google's e-reading app.

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Posted in App of the week By iTablets Team

Flytube

 

You may have noticed that newer iPads have picture-in-picture mode that lets you do multiple things at one. That’s what FlyTube does for the YouTube app on Android. Simply put it creates a mini version of a specific YouTube video that you can watch without losing the rest of your devices functionally.

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Posted in App of the week By Jason Lite

Swift Playgrounds

 

Apple has a lot of products that run Apps so it’s created its own programming language to help people develop for them! Which in turn means Apple is investing interest in making sure that everyone knows how to code in Swift and that is where this App Swift Playgrounds comes in.

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Posted in App of the week By Jason Lite

This week’s App of the week is for the iPad – The Gif Keyboard which is free from the Apple App Store. When chatting or emailing there are times when expressing how we feel doesn’t work with plain old text or a variety of smiley faces especially

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Posted in App of the week By the iTablets Team

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