Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Beginners course Apple iPad Library Bunnik – Nieuwsbode Bunnik (press release) (blog)

BUNNIK – Thursday morning, March 3 starts a four-part course basic knowledge of the Apple iPad. You learn best from your iPad tablet.

The most important settings, applications, and applications are discussed. Be treated under more control, connect to a network, surfing and emailing, downloading apps, install and use.

You’re on your own (sufficiently charged) iPad. There is plenty of opportunity to ask questions and practice itself. Afterwards you can use your iPad a lot more optimally.


The course takes place at Library Idea Bunnik, The Cherry Orchard, Camminghalaan 27c on 3, 10, 17 and 24 March from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm, and costs € 60, – for members of Idea library € 40, -; this does not include textbook.

The course is organized in collaboration with SeniorWeb. You can register via, via email to:. @ idea culture activities, 030-6986573 or via the library


Sunday, June 19, 2016

Apple is going to release 9.7-inch iPad Pro in March “- iculture

Apple goes on March 15 no Air announce iPad 3, but a smaller version of the iPad Pro. That says the usually well-informed blogger Mark Gurman. There is also likely a Smart Keyboard and Apple Pencil supplied with.

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Review: Spark for iPad brings smart inbox for a bigger screen – iculture

 Spark Icon. Spark, the highly acclaimed mail app and our winner of the iCulture Awards , finally received the long-awaited iPad version. Starting today, the Spark app has become universal, so you can use the iPad Smart Mailbox. How does the iPad version to the version on your iPhone? We discuss the app and all its features in this AppReview.

Spark release comes on the iPad at the right time, because tomorrow will be the Email app Mailbox disappear . This popular app was also available on the iPad, so if you iPad users also need moet for an alternative. Spark is a good option and for everyone who sends emails during the day and certainly receives try.


Alternatieven For Mailbox: what email apps are more good

8-12-2015? · Mailbox disappears. Therefore iculture made a list of useful email app for people who want to swipe their e-mail, like an empty inbox or just looking for a Mailbox alternative.


 A list sorted mails Spark on the iPad thanks to  the smart inbox.

Smart mailbox on iPad

Spark appeared May last year iPhone and instantly knew to do well, as was confirmed by onze AppReview . One of the downsides then the absence of the iPad version, but with the updates from Spark today is now fully utilize the larger screen of the iPad. In Spark for the iPad was to be just as the iPhone version new emails separated from you read emails, allowing you to see at a glance what’s all new. the app sorts your emails in a smart way, so you quickly can browse through your emails. so newsletters separately Danish real important new emails, so they do not distract from the emails that matter.


Review: Spark will make you fall in love again email

29-5-2015 · With Spark iPhone build your own mail app, all swipes giving a fanciful function. Therefore Spark’s versatility.


Spark on the iPad has almost the same look as the iPhone version, although the lighter blue instead has made a bluish-purple tint. in terms of e-mail display makes iPad version of Spark use of the larger screen, because your mailbox on the left illustrated, and see the selected e-mail to the right is. This only works in landscape mode. in portrait mode, the messages are displayed in full screen. However, you you swipe between different messages, but in portrait view you can not see in advance what the next email is right.

 View a mail Spark on the iPad.

widgets moved to side menu
the so-called widgets are moved in the iPad version of the iPhone version. instead of the top or through a bottom right, you’ll find these options now in the upper left side menu always visible. Tap such a widget, such as the calendar, you contact list to the right. This is why some way from the Slide-On feature that Apple added in iOS 9 on newer iPads. The mailing list thus remains visible, but is not interactive anymore. It is not possible to scroll through the calendar and simultaneously your mailing list, which is a shame. The agenda Spark is synchronized with your default iOS calendar, so you do not have to work with two different agendas.

 blog widget in Spark on the iPad.

And on Slide speaking: this feature is supported by Spark on the iPad too. Splitview works with Spark, leaving your other apps can open alongside Spark. this way you can still use the default Calendar app to view next Spark, but it would have been easier if it could directly Spark itself.

other features of the iPhone app have made the transition to the larger iPad version. for example, consider the snooze function to ask emails to delay or itself swipe gestures . Swipe gestures are quick ways to clean up your mailbox. To mark a read email as quickly, you can archive it, or remove pins. Searching for an e-mail works just like on the iPhone with natural and human terms. Search for “emails with attachments from Benjamin ‘and you will see all emails where an attachment is in that particular individual.

 Spark on the iPad with Split View.

Smart alerts and notifications

like the iPhone Spark version for iPad has all kinds of smart notifications, so you can act much faster. Smart notifications keep you up to date with emails from important people. The reports are interactive, so you can perform actions with a swipe of a notification such as deleting an email or mark it as read.

The ticking is an e-mail in a beautiful and clean screen, so you will not be distracted by useless things. It is a pity you from typing an e-mail to readily pick out the calendar widget to look like when you have a hole-free. It is precisely thanks to the larger screen of the iPad is here place. Also, add files here from different cloud services or select an appropriate photo from your photo library.

 A new mail Spark typing on the iPad.

Conclusion Spark for iPad

Now Spark also on the iPad appeared, the app can be used on all iOS devices. All the important features that make Spark for iPhone as well, also in the iPad version. Yet it is a pity that there is not always that good use is made of the greater amount of space you have, thanks to the larger screen of the iPad. A view of all emails plus an opened e-mail is a nice feature, but it’s a shame as the calendar widget is the only active element when it is opened. The tones of the calendar widget while typing an e-mail is a point of improvement for the future.

Are you satisfied Spark user, then you no doubt also switch on the iPad to Spark. Smart inbox, fast swipe movements and quick reactions make browsing through your email easier, even on your iPad. The developer is also working on a Mac version, but it is at time of writing not yet available. Once there is more known about it, read on iculture.


  • Smart inbox now also on iPad
  • Has all the features of the iPhone version
  • All to suit your tastes


  • Does not always convenient use of the larger screen


Thursday, June 16, 2016

So you make nicer pictures on your iPad – Computer Total

The camera of the iPad is less good than the latest iPhone, but it is certainly good enough to make it (on vacation) photos to share online, for example. In this course we teach you how to take better pictures. So do not just point and shoot, but just that extra mile. Lees Also: You edit photos free are you doing with these 20 photographs shows

Camera app for iPad

If you want to take pictures with your iPad, then you can well use the standard app that Apple puts on the device: Camera. This app gets with each iOS-update some more opportunities. On the right you set the mode. You choose here for video or photo. You can also create square photos which Apple responds to the standard image size of the known app Instagram. Want to visualize your surroundings, you can also easily create a panoramic image.

During shooting, you can zoom in by moving two fingers apart. We should put a comment on here: it’s digital zoom. It’s like a cutout of your entire photo, so with fewer pixels and therefore a lower quality.
Above the shutter button, you see a timer which determines whether the photo should be taken immediately, or only after 3 or 10 seconds. Also, you will see HDR, more on that later. At the top you can still switch to the front camera to take a picture of yourself.

Like it nice to see a grid on the screen to help you compose your picture, go then the settings of your iPad, select Photos and Camera and turn the Camera slide behind a Grid to. You see this is not reflected in your photos.

FotografereniPad 01.png following Instagram you can choose a square format.

Other apps

Need more features than the standard app offers you, then there are alternative apps. Many highly rated camera apps for iOS are unfortunately only for the iPhone available; manifestly app makers have not really convinced of the iPad as a camera. Fortunately, there are good apps for the iPad.

The app Hydra you can create very detailed images, the app pulls out all the iPad camera and can even create photos of 20 megapixels. Moreover, you can zoom without loss of quality, and the app can also super good HDR-foto’s make. It works only with still lifes and preferably on a tripod.

Camera Awesome (the app shows the Camera! if he’s on your iPad) is a free app packed with useful features. So you see if you right keeps your camera (relative to the horizon), you can add various composition grids and you can choose from a (limited) number of filters.

Would you while making your photos really only add a filter, or create a collage? Camu is a simple and effective app for this, and for free.

 FotografereniPad 03.png a water pass into the picture and right filter while shooting? It may Camera Awesome


Score:. ****
Price € 4, 99
size : 11.6 MB

Camera Awesome

Rating: ****
Price : Free (+ in-app purchases)
size : 48.4 MB


Rating: ****
Price : Free (+ in-app purchases)
size : 21 6 MB


Tuesday, June 7, 2016

How to use the new Facebook Reactions on iPhone and iPad – iculture

Last updated: February 25, 2016

Every Facebook user now has the look-I-like-button, but now there are many more ways to respond to a post with a simple icon. In total you now have the choice of six different emoji that Facebook itself has given the name Reactions. What exactly are the options and how to use them

Facebook Reactions: from cute to upset

 The new Facebook Reactions in action.

As mentioned earlier, in total, six different emotions. These are the following ways:

  • Nice : The standard inside out that we all know. Like a message fun or interesting, you make this known with the famous blue Facebook icon
  • great . The superlative of fun. A heart means that you will find something quite amazing, so other know even better that they should not miss this message
  • Funny . You lie completely in stitches by post laughter, then make it known with this happy looking emoji. Good alternative to typing LOL and haha ​​
  • Dazed . You stand there amazed at what you’ve read in a post or you are very overwhelmed, you can this surprised-looking using emoji
  • Sad . when a message hits you or you for example want to express your compassion, then there are those suitable emoji premeditated
  • <. strong> Angry : you get really furious a particular post or you can somewhere so very over excited, you can express your emotions with this emoji

Facebook start rolling out five new icons next to the ‘Like’ duimpje

24-2 · Facebook has begun rolling out five additional icons next to the Like button. These Reactions will be used worldwide. The smileys and the heart can give a more detailed response than just lighting a inside out.


using Facebook Reactions on the iPhone

Funny Facebook emoji response to a message  from iculture. the use of these new comments in the Facebook app on iPhone and iPad is a piece of cake You just need to follow the following steps.

  1. Find a post on and do you hold your finger on the Find-me-like-button.
  2. Move your finger upwards and slide it over the different emoji.
  3. emoji are individually amplified, so you can see what they mean.
  4. let your fingers loose on an emoji to submit.
  5. Do you still send no response, move your finger over downwards and release of screen release.
  6. you can also select an emoji through the Find-me-like-button for holding down and holding your finger over the screen. then tap the right emoji on.

This method works in the exact same way on the mobile site of Facebook.

Facebook Reactions on the website

Check your Facebook via the internet browser, for example, a Mac, you use the Facebook Reactions as follows:

  1. Move your mouse over the Find-me-like-button and leave it there for a short time
  2. <. li> then select with your mouse the right emoji and click on it.


Facebook is standard on iPhone and iPad . you can share photos, log in with your account and more. In this case read your use of Facebook on iPhone and iPad.


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Friday, June 3, 2016

photos from iPad to iPad – One More Thing

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Mickeymii on February 24, 2016 #

Today I bought a new iPad for my grandmother. Now, of course, must be interpreted all the data. This went quite well via iCloud. Now there is a large part of the pictures are not transferred. How do I get these pictures are the easiest on the new iPad. The iPad is not connected to a computer.

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Muiter on February 24, 2016 #

Photo Sync works perfectly well … themselves as to iOS to OSX. Why do you need WiFi for this.

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Ipadtipper on February 24, 2016 #

Very useful work google photo app. See also

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Beech on February 24, 2016 #

What are the settings on your iPad related photos in the cloud?