Tag Archive: apps

Cloudon v. Onlive Desktop

        Sometimes I’ve been known to back the wrong horse. I think I’m really in the know on something, and come to find out I was way off the mark. Such was the case with Onlive Desktop – the Microsoft Office app for iPad. I was initially impressed with Onlive, with it’s…

Onlive Desktop App for IPad Review

One of the chief complaints of iPad users is that it’s lack of a physical keyboard and system file storage prevents the device from being much more than a wonder toy. Put that baby to bed, folks because Onlive (yeah the video game people) has released Onlive Desktop for iPad. It’s a free download in…

Fring v. FaceTime

V. Earlier this week Fring, the social contact company similar to Skype, brought its popular iPhone app to the iPad’s bigger screen. iPad users rejoiced at the news. But why? iPad users already have FaceTime, the Apple solution to video calling. So what’s so great about Fring? Read on. For those of you who don’t…

How to Get More Flipboard Pages

If you’ve got an iPad, then you’ve heard of Flipboard. It takes content from your favorite sites like Facebook, Twitter, and just about any other thing you can think of, and puts it in a magazine format. So what? Reading about somebody’s status update about looking forward to Friday is a lot less dull in…

My Argument Against Practice Management Software

A lot of attorneys won’t like what I have to say on this topic, either because they believe they couldn’t run their office without practice management software, or they’re in too deep financially with a vendor to admit it’s not worth it. Whatever the reason I’m sure these words will fall on a lot of…