PocketBible for iPad now available in the App Store I debated about buying an iPad for a while before having a good chat with my friend Dan Cohen from Gear Diary who talked about how good the iPad would be for reading the Bible. I have not been disappointed with the iPad for this purpose as I wrote about when taking a look at various Bible apps and Olive Tree Bible Reader. I was very pleased to read the latest Laridian blog post stating that PocketBible for iPad (iTunes link) was approved by Apple for the App Store. I immediately went to the App Store and found version 1.3.3 available as a free download.
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By Lory | January 14, 2014 | No comment yet ClamCase was one of the first companies to offer a keyboard case for the iPad. When it first launched, the case was fairly heavy and added too much bulk to an otherwise mobile device. I still loved my Star Wars-inspired ClamCase and toted it around, proudly showing it off to everyone.
TiPb On March 2, 2011, Steve Jobs returned to the keynote stage after a long period of medical leave. It was the second-to-last keynote he'd ever conduct, and he received a long, loud standing ovation. He and Apple had been working on something for a long time, and he didn't want to miss it. The original iPad was supposed to have been magical, but no one, not even Apple, had known exactly how it would weave its spell.
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Google Play Movies & TV is a new app for the iPad and iPhone that lets you watch movies and TV shows that you bought or rented through Google Play. The app has a very bare bones UI, with just 3 sections – Watch Now, My Movies, and My TV Shows. Watch Now shows your most recently viewed item. My Movies and My TV Shows show your recently purchased or rented items in those categories. You can’t rent or buy anything within the app itself (due to App Store restrictions), but it will show any movies or shows you’ve paid for in the Google Play Store instantly. I haven’t spent enough time in the Google Play Movies & TV store yet to see how good the range of selections is, but I’m happy to see another source of content available on the iPad – and especially another one that supports Google’s excellent Chromecast device.