Allister Jenks is a Kiwi geek with a love for Apple products. Scott and Allister talk briefly about last week’s Apple event which brought new iPads and new iLife and iWork iOS apps. Then Allister gives his thoughts on his iPad use versus his iPhone use. John Nemo brings us the World’s Shortest Reviewcast with cases of cases.
Mark Greentree of Not Another Mac Podcast sold his iPad Mini to get a Macbook Air and talks with Scott about why. Scott and Mark also talk about Apple TV, how kids use the iPad, trying to afford iOS device and Mac upgrade cycles, the iPhone conundrum, wider iPhones, and more. Also Scott offers a few initial thoughts on iOS 7 beta 3, which he has running on his iPad 2.
Mark Greentree of Not Another Mac Podcast spent a week with nothing but an iPad mini to do his work on, and he lets Scott know just exactly how that went. John Nemo hovers in with the World’s Shortest Reviewcast and the HoverBar for iPad.
John Nemo of the World’s Shortest Reviewcast and AppMinute Podcast joins Scott to talk about the turn-by-turn functionality of Apple Maps and Google Maps, as well as using Gmail in the browser on iOS. Mark Greentree of Not Another Mac Podcast has a tip for listeners on how to delete their iOS device backups. Wait… What?
Oh, NOES! It’s the Stoplight podcast swap! Mark and Kevin from Geekiest Show Ever take over the Pocket Sized Podcast while Scott heads over to The Church Tech Geeks Podcast. Mark and Kevin go mini with this episode, at least in terms of the topic. It’s a spooktacular way to play Halloween.
Mark Greentree of Not Another Mac Podcast and Geekiest Show Ever helps Scott app out with a mini Appalooza. Suzé brings color to the podcast with Popsicolor. And John Nemo cables everything together with the World’s Shortest Reviewcast.
Mark Greentree hosts a wonderful podcast called Not Another Mac Podcast, which is a roundtable podcast every week. In addition, he also has been doing an interview episode every week where he chooses one person and talks with them one on one as an interview.
Regardless of how you feel about my own interview on his podcast, please listen to and subscribe to Not Another Mac Podcast if you’re into Macs and iOS devices. Mark consistently has a great set of guests and interesting topics.
It’s the end of the year, and Pocket Sized Podcast celebrates by having the craziest, longest conversation yet.
Guests include Mark Greentree of Everyday Mac and Not Another Mac Podcast, Jeff Bradbury of Teachercast, Tim Robertson of MyMac.com and TechFan podcast, and Sam Levins of AppMinute (in order of appearance).
We take a look back at 2011 on such topics as iOS gaming, social media, notifications, iOS 5, in-app purchases, the need for multiuser logins in iOS, the Teachercast iOS app, technology in education, Kindle Fire and iPad, and much, much more.