I installed the Book Creator app on my iPad this morning. I used it to create a book of my daughter’s sight words. With her help we recorded the words on the iPad. It was a easy program to learn. We were able to export it out as an ePub, a PDF and a video. This only took a few minutes. It will be easy to create a book each week for her to study. The app cost $5 in the App Store. It is available on iOS, Android and Windows mobile. I recommend trying the free version out. Here are links for the video and ePub.
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Live Photos have been part of iOS for a little while. I have been experimenting with it to see its potential. I used it last week to take pictures of my daughter at practice. I was trying to take some action shots. With Live Photos I was able to catch her in action. It didn’t matter that I didn’t snap the photo at the exact right time.
In case you are not familiar with Live Photos, they are essentially a 3 second video that pauses in the middle. I am not sure how that I will be able to use it except to share it on social media with family and friends. I look forward to see what the future will hold for this feature.
If you want to know more about this feature be sure to watch my video.
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