Good morning, iPad Lawyer Tribe!
The iPad Lawyer Micro-Training launched recently with our first video showing the equipment and accessories I travel with. Today, Micro-Training #2 is up for blog subscribers and it show you how to connect your iPad to a VGA projector. In order to access the Free Micro-Training page videos, you must use a password. As a reminder, you only get a password if you are signed up as a follower of The iPad Lawyer Blog. If you are already a subscriber, your password has been emailed to you, individually. If you didn’t receive your password, check your Junk Mail folder. If you’re a subscriber and still don’t have the password, send me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I’ll respond right back to you. As I said, the only people who will be able to access the exclusive iPad Lawyer Micro-Training are followers of the iPad Lawyer blog. Please don’t share this private training page with anyone else.
On the app front, Recorder Pro: Professional Voice Recording has a reduced price today. Normally $1.99, it is only $.99 for a limited time. This recorder allows you to set the recording quality of what you produce. It also offers various cloud services syncing options.
Quick Drafts for iPad is FREE today. It is normally $3.99. The publisher describes it as “a lightning fast notepad.” For me, this app is something for you to consider because of its Dropbox and Evernote synchronization.
Publisher’s Site – http://www.ot-apps.com/index.html
Enjoy the new Micro-Training! All my best. – Scott Grossberg