Good morning, iPad Lawyer Tribe!
The sixth video in my iPad Lawyer Micro-Training series is now up. It shows you how to create and use folders. As a reminder, in order to access the Free Micro-Training page videos, you must use a password. You only get a password if you are signed up as a follower of The iPad Lawyer Blog. The iPad Lawyer Micro-Training is exclusive for followers of the iPad Lawyer blog. Please don’t share this private training page with anyone else.
On the app front, Calendars+ by Readdle is FREE today. Normally, this calendar app is $6.99. However, the publisher is offering this for free in making way for a new calendar app and upsale. Whether you eventually move on to the newer product, this one is worth looking at.
Publisher Link – http://readdle.com/
For those of you who might cross-over into the medical field (yes, there are some of you who have combined your medical and legal careers), you might find the following app interesting: msPad. It’s listed on the publisher’s website as $4.99. However, it seems to be reduced today down to $.99. This is one of those apps that I have not personally tested. But it sounds fascinating. It apparently allows you to download your own PDF form and then use medical symbols as shortcuts for text entry. Take a look.
App Store Link – https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/mspad/id663250981?mt=8
Publisher’s Site – http://heyluckum.wix.com/mspad
Finally, while it was originally rumored that Apple would release the next generation of iPads at its upcoming September event, it now appears the iPad 5 won’t actually be announced nor released until October and certainly before the holiday season.
Enjoy the new Micro-Training! All my best. – Scott Grossberg