Quickie Tips and Tricks for the iPhone and iPad

And for the iDevice users – here are tips and tricks cultivated from the 2014 ABA TECHSHOW:

  • Why #iPad is better than laptop at trial? Makes you Johnny-on-the- spot for info to share w/ Judge and Jury. @jeffrichardson – via @MrsMacLawyer
  • Writing w/ #iPad: Hidden section symbol: Hit, # key, then hold down & key for section key to show up. @jeffrichardson – via @MrsMacLawyer
  • If you don’t have a Password Lock on your iPad, shame on you. @jeffrichardson #GoodAdvice – via @MrsMacLawyer
  • Recommended styluses for lawyers using iDevices: Wacom Bamboo Stylus Duo and Adonit Script @rocketmatter
  • Use Stable Pro (by Thought Out) to cradle iPad as a second monitor. @rocketmatter
  • Here’s our post Review of STM’s new Studio Case for iPad Mini @TheMacLawyer – via @MrsMacLawyer
  • Want to read our post on the Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover for iPad mini? Click here. @themaclawyer – via @MrsMacLawyer
  • Text Expander Touch for Mac/iPad/iPhone per Vic Medina #ABATechshow. Great shortcutting tool for your fingers. @david_bilinsky

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20 Tips for Getting the Most Out of Your iPhone and iPad

From time to time I like to compile the terrific posts that whiz by on Twitter.  And let me tell you, there are plenty to choose from.  Today’s blog focuses on tips and tricks for iPhone and iPad users.  Could this technology be any more popular?  Over the next few weeks, I’ll be sharing further posts in the areas of marketing, social media, eDiscovery, financial management, time management, ethics, and more.  Stay tuned!

20 iPhone and iPad Tips and Tricks

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