Episode 76 – 4th Generation iPad Pro and Tot with Ged Maheux

The iPad Pro 4th generation with Magic Keyboard has been announced and to open this episode are some thoughts regarding the announcement that includes full mouse and trackpad support for iPadOS. Following this is an interview with Ged Maheux of the Iconfactory; makers of Linea Sketch, Twitterrific, and a new tiny text companion app for … More Episode 76 – 4th Generation iPad Pro and Tot with Ged Maheux

Episode 75 – Mobile Journalism with Caroline Scott

Caroline Scott is a mobile journalist based out of London. She uses the iPad Pro as a dedicated LumaFusion machine to get her stories published in the field. If you like the show please review it in iTunes. Feedback and topic requests can be sent to iPadProsPodcast@gmail.com. YouTube Version of the Podcast Links and Show … More Episode 75 – Mobile Journalism with Caroline Scott

Episode 73 – Front End Web Development with Craig Morey

Craig Morey is a front end web developer that wrote an in-depth article on the improvements for web developers in 2019. We discuss all of the 2019 improvements through new applications and hardware accessories in this episode. YouTube Version of the Podcast Links and Show Notes FE WebDev on iPad (2019) – Medium Inspect Browser … More Episode 73 – Front End Web Development with Craig Morey

Episode 72 – iPad mini Productivity with Lee Peterson

Lee Peterson is a writer and technical consultant who does most of his work on the iPad mini. In this episode, we discuss using the iPad mini to get work done and some of the advantages this smaller form factor has over the larger iPads. You can find Lee Peterson’s blog at http://www.ljpuk.blog. If you … More Episode 72 – iPad mini Productivity with Lee Peterson

Episode 70 – Hugo, GIT, RegEx, and More with Scott Willsey

Happy New Year and welcome back to another episode of iPad Pros. In this episode you’ll be hearing the second part of the conversation with Scott Willsey that was featured in the last episode. In this part we are diving into Hugo, GIT, Secure ShellFish, Working Copy, iA Writer, Prompt 2, Scriptable, RegExLab, and a … More Episode 70 – Hugo, GIT, RegEx, and More with Scott Willsey

Episode 69 – Shortcuts and Data Jar with Scott Willsey

In this episode we are going to be diving into broadly how Scott Willsey uses the iPad, then discussing Shortcuts, and wrapping up you’ll be hearing a preview of an app coming out in 2020 called Data Jar. Data Jar is a wonderful companion to the Shortcuts app and think it’ll be helpful to hear … More Episode 69 – Shortcuts and Data Jar with Scott Willsey

Episode 68 – Dragon Anywhere, Voice Control, Agenda, Ferrite, and More with Tom Snyder

Tom Snyder is back on the podcast. He was on episode 26; on that episode, we dove into Getting Things Done methodology for task management, his process for writing scripts, and basic programming on the iPad. Tom utilizes dictation for his writing and on this episode, we dive deeper into dictation and if his usage … More Episode 68 – Dragon Anywhere, Voice Control, Agenda, Ferrite, and More with Tom Snyder