As you’ve probably heard, Apple released today ng latest operating system upgrade for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. The new OS, called iOS 7, brings to Apple iDevices its biggest software design change yet. It also offers a few new functions. So, will you be upgrading to the new OS? Yes? No? Maybe?
Apple held the Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday as scheduled and had a bundle of announcements for its products, including upcoming changes to iOS.
I think I have a new favorite ebook reader for OS X. That, my friends, is Ehon. It’s meant to be a digital comic book reader and it’s a good one, too, able to open comics in CBR and CBZ formats.
But Ehon also supports epub files and there are a number of reasons why it makes a great ebook reader.
Stanza seems to be running again since its “demise” about a year ago. Good thing, too, as it gives you more choices in reading books on iOS, though development on the app seems to be frozen up to now.
There are, of course, many ebook readers on the iOS app store for the iPhone, the iPod Touch, and the iPad, including Apple’s very own iBooks app.
The following are some of the best, free ebook readers for iOS. Note that while the apps are free, many books need to be purchased from an ebook seller. Free books are available online on Project Gutenberg and other websites.
If you’re addicted to desktop pictures, you may want to try this free app from the app store called Wallpaper Wizard Lite. It’s a free wallpaper changer that can access high resolution (2,880 by 1,800, retina display ready) HD wallpapers from various online sources.
You can get Wallpaper Wizard Lite for free on the Mac App Store.
Video Monkey is a free and easy-to-use video converter for OS X.
You can use it to convert video files from one format to another. You can use it to encode files into AVI, MP4, Quick Time, Flash, MPEG, and DV. Or you can use the presets that converts the video to the size and format of iPods, iPhones, and Apple TV.
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Latest OS for the Mac, OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, is now available for on the Mac App Store. You can get it for USD 19.99. If you had bought your Mac on June 11, 2012, or later, then you most probably qualify for a free upgrade to Mountain Lion.
OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion was released today, July 25.
OS X 10.8 adds several enhancements to the OS, including greater integration with iPads, iPhones, and other iOS devices.
OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion is about 4 GB. It can be installed on computers running OS X 10.6.8 or later, so that’s good news for those running OS X Snow Leopard or Lion.