Passtouch
Pocket Sized Podcast #67

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Scott reads feedback and has a couple announcements.

Have you ever wanted a multiuser, multi-account browser on your iPad that can also handle your web site password management? Jason Boger visits us to make your wish come true with his iPad browser Passtouch.

Finally, John and Brian Nemo team up to open your eyes about the state of high school students and technology. If you’re easily frightened, well… you might want to seek help for that.

Links from the show:

Passtouch web site
http://www.passtouch.com/

Passtouch web browser for iPad
http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/passtouch-web-browser/id455508698?mt=8

Passtouch free web browser for iPad
http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/passtouch-web-browser-free/id455157050?mt=8

iRig Mic
http://www.ikmultimedia.com/products/irigmic/

Jesta iOS app
http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/jesta/id421774572?mt=8

Tecumseh High School
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tecumseh_High_School_(Michigan)

3 Geeky Ladies Podcast Episode 1
http://www.mymac.com/2012/05/3-geeky-ladies-episode-1/

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5 thoughts on “Passtouch
Pocket Sized Podcast #67

  1. Peter Bird

    Hello Scott, I like the idea of Passtouch having nieces and nephews who always want to use my iPad its the kind of thing that would stop them messing up my web browser, now if only there was a app to stop them moving my apps or deleting them oh well still got to keep a watching them but Passtouch seems to definitely be a step in the right direction.

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    1. Jason

      Peter, I think Passtouch is a great idea too.

      By the way, there is a way to stop a 3 year old from deleting your apps. Go to: Settings > General > Restrictions –> “Enable Restrictions” and slide “Deleting Apps” to OFF. You’ll need to set a pin number (hopefully a Passtouch in the near future), and you’re done. No more deleting apps, without returning to this setting, and switching it back on. VoilĂ !

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  2. Bob DeGrande

    WIth regard to Ben looking for a good mic for an iPhone, I have had very good luck with the Tascam IM2. It plugs directly into the dock connector. This both lets it use higher quality D/A converters than the built in ones and also bypasses the EQ used when going through the headphone jack It is quite small (about the same size as the Mikey), sounds good, and is capable of handling very high volume levels. It can work with all sorts of software (they do have a free recording app, PCM Recorder), but I use Twisted Wave). The mics can rotate, although not individually, which would have been nice for interview situations.

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    1. Scott Post author

      Nice recommendation. I have seen these and thought they looked really nice but have never tried them. Thanks!

      Reply

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