Version 2.1 of ZETZ Mobile’s iVideo is now available for download in iTunes iVideo is now a universal iOS app, with full resolution user interfaces for all iOS devices. Enjoy iVideo on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch, at no additional cost. As a reminder, the following features are available with version 2.x:
- Compatible Content: All video content is iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch compatible, including tons in HD
- AirPlay Enabled: Stream iVideo to your AppleTV and watch on your HDTV (requires iOS 4.3)
- Improved Response Time: Fast downloads, even over cellular connections
- Subscriptions: Full subscribe/unsubscribe capabilities, including automatic addition of future content
- Share Your Videos: Share your favorite shows with your Facebook friends, Twitter followers or email contacts. They can watch too – even without iVideo!
Please check it out and give us your feedback!
May 19, 2011 Comments Off
Summary Review: An informative and intelligent seminar for beginners (like me) or experienced professionals that challenges and explores the Product Management role. Practical Product Management introduces the Pragmatic Marketing framework, and uses it as a guide to deliver the course objectives throughout both days. Led by an experienced and engaging instructor, the material was well distributed and coveyed. I highly recommend the seminar for those new to the Product Management or professionals looking for new tools to improve their business. I look forward to writing my second and equally positive review on the follow up class, Requirements that Work.
Overall Rating: 9/10 (scale of 1-10, 10 being the highest) [Read more →]
August 3, 2010 4 Comments
I had a significant break-through while spending the holiday weekend in Toronto with my in-laws, which has considerably altered my plan and given me more positive direction. After 18 holes of golf on Sunday afternoon, my father-in-law, an experienced entrepreneur and mobile app developer, basically told me I was wandering in the desert by trying to learn basic beginner’s programming. As I quickly learned in our drive home, programming defines an extremely vast universe of procedural language, while my interests lie in object-oriented language, such as Objective-C. At first, I was hesitant to agree since I know my own limitations as a complete novice to programming in general. However, I also knew that I needed a mentor on this project if I were to succeed in the shortest time possible. So, I agreed that focusing on one language for the time being made the most sense, and chose iPhone development as the place to start. As we headed home, he promised me that we would discuss further and he would share some books he used for his latest app, iVideo – available in the Apple App Store. [Read more →]
July 6, 2010 1 Comment