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How To: Use OpenAppMkt to get more apps for your iPhone or iPod Touch no jailbreaking

If you want to get more apps for you iPhone than those offered by the standard store, but are still intimidated by jailbreaking despite the fact that it has recently become legal, this video offers a solution for you. It will show you how to get and use an app called OpenAppMkt to get more apps for you iPhone or iPod Touch without needing to jailbreak it and access the Cydia app store!

How To: Use the BT Apps SDK to create Apps for uTorrent

Today, BitTorrent Inc. released the SDK for uTorrent Apps, which will allow software developers from around the world to create Apps for uTorrent, the popular bittorrent client. This video will show you how to download the SDK, install it on your computer, make an app, view that app in a browser, and then package the app and view it within uTorrent without compromising uTorrent's famous lightness. This is a big day for bittorrent fans around the world; download the SDK and start making uTorre...

How To: Shop the App Store on the Apple iPhone 3G

Right out of the box, iPhone is incredibly easy to use. If you want to get the most out of every feature, you’ve come to the right place. This video tutorial straight from Apple will teach you how to shop the App Store on the Apple iPhone 3G. The iPhone redefines what a mobile phone can do.

How To: Ease travel with iPhone travel apps

Super Fly Life brings this iPhone, three-part, traveling video tutorial to teach you how to ease travel with iPhone travel apps. You could even double your dating experience with these time saving applications on the Apple iPhone. Some of them are free from the Apple Store and iTunes. These iPhone travel tips will help you live a Super Fly Life!

How To: Create an iOS app with a Windows PC

iOS app development is not limited to Mac owners. If you want to program apps for iPhones or iPads but you only have a Windows desktop or notebook, this guide overviews the different options available to you, including the DragonFire SDK, RhoHub, and Hackintosh methods. Each has its own strengths and weaknesses, and the Hackintosh method will require you to install Mac OS X on a Windows PC.

How To: Create a "Hello World" application for Android

Develop your own Android app by following along this informative video. After installing the Eclipse IDE and the Android development environment, the walkthrough shows you the steps of compiling prewritten code into an Android app and viewing it on an emulator. Next, a step-by-step process to creating a simple "Hello World" app is demonstrated and explained.

How To: Use the Google Mobile App for the iPhone to search better

Google has it fingers in just about every digital pie there is, including the App Store of their leading smartphone OS competitor, Apple. This video will show you how to use the Google Mobile App for the iPhone, a great app that allows you to do Google voice searches and all sorts of other handy search tasks. Apple is pretty sweet, but Apple and Google together is a huge mobile phone combo.

How To: Use the iPad Photos App to view your pictures

The iPad is the reigning king of the tablet PC's (although it isn't one, strictly speaking) and allows users to do things that they never thought possible with a computer. One of it's coolest and most applicable Apps is the Photo app, which allow you to view high-fidelity photos in a fun and portable way. This video will show you how this App works and how to use it to impress your friends with your awesome photos.

How To: Use the Google Goggles app on an Apple iPhone 4 or iPhone 3GS

Google's Goggles mobile app was a big hit on the Android market, and now they've given iPhone users the chance to enjoy the awesomeness of Google Goggles. This iPhone app only works on the Apple iPhone 4 or iPhone 3GS, and it's available in the App Store for download. Simply type in "Google" or "Google Mobile App" and you'll find the app with the Google Goggles feature built in.

How To: Remotely access your programs and computer using the Motorola Droid Bionic

The Citrix Receiver is an app that allows you to securely access your desktop and business applications directly from your Droid Bionic smartphone. You will first need to make an account at the Citrix site, and from there you can decide what you want to have access to on your phone. On the Android app launcher, be sure to pick the Citrix Receiver app so that you can login with your Citrix account.

How To: Delete apps from your iPhone or iPod Touch

This is a very simply process. Pick any app and press down on it. Soon an X will appear in the upper left hand corner. All Iphones have certain default apps, which cannot be removed. These apps will not get an X. The apps will start vibrating. Decide which apps you want to remove and touch the X. You will get a message saying that the certain app is being deleted, as is all of the apps data. The message will say "delete" or "cancel". Once you hit delete you will get a message, which will ask ...

How To: Create a friend adding & management app with PHP, MySQL an jQuery

In this clip, you'll learn how to implement a simple friend management application with PHP, MySQL and jQuery. Whether you're new to the PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor scripting language or are a seasoned web developer merely looking to improve your chops, you're sure to find benefit in this free video programming lesson. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look

How To: Use the Android App My Tracks to time yourself and save your running route

This video represent a bit of a digression for the Google Webmaster series of videos, spotlighting a cool Google-designed Android app and how to use it. The app in question is My Tracks, a free app that allows runner, bikers, and other distance exercisers to keep track of their distance, pace, splits, elevation, and all sorts of other information automatically with their phone. It will even create and save a map of your course, which you can then share online.

How To: Download apps from the App Store on the Apple iPhone

There's a ton of great applications you can buy and download for your iPhone, even your iPod Touch, and they're all at the tip of your finger (literally), right there in the Apple App Store. So how do you actually get one of those apps on your iPhone? Best Buy has answers. The Best Buy Mobile team explains how simple it is to download apps from the App Store on the Apple iPhone.

How To: Block apps and people from interacting with you on Facebook

Maybe you're tired of receiving annoying messages from apps or people on Facebook? Why not block them so you don't have to deal with them ever again? Take a look at this guide for information on how to block online games and apps on Facebook from sending you notifications, requests, or other information. You can even stop people on Facebook from sending you event notifications or posting on your page by blocking them too.

How To: Use the TextNow 4.0 App to send unlimited texts on the iPhone

TextNow is a great App for the iPhone that allows you to, for a $1 initial fee, send unlimited text messages to any other TextNow user without using any of the precious limited texts on your AT&T plan. The App is very easy to use, requires only a modest amount of additional money to keep using it forever, and will probably wind up saving you money in the long run by cutting down your monthly billed texts.

How To: Hide All Traces of Your Apps & Pictures on Android

Unlike some of the popular app lockers out there, a nifty app fittingly named App Hider completely erases apps, files, and their associated footprints from your smartphone. Think of App Hider as a micro-OS within your smartphone's system. This miniature ecosystem can operate copied apps independently, thus giving it an unprecedented layer of privacy and freedom within your handset.

How To: Use Instant Apps on Android

One of the best parts of being an Android user is the countless awesome features. Many of these features are well-known and user-facing, like custom icon packs and launchers, but some get lost in the shuffle. Back at Google I/O 2016, Android Instant Apps were introduced to developers and enthusiasts. Since then, the feature has seen a wider rollout, but few users are aware of it.

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