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Eventbrite Sells Tickets ‘At The Door’

Written on June 10, 2011 by R. Cruise

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Eventbrite has successfully sold millions of even tickets on the web. Now it wants to sell tickets at the door.

“Eventbrite At The Door” is an app that enables merchants to accept payments, print tickets and collect attendee data on-site. The company, Eventbrite, announced the new app during the release of an iPad-based box office last Tuesday.

Eventbrite will test the free app with about six partner locations before releasing a public version. CEO, Kevin Katz, says that eventually he hopes to partner with Square once they release an API. But in the meantime, they will use a wireless printer and a credit card swiper attachment in the test venues.

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Five iPad Apps for Charts, Diagrams and Visualizations

Written on May 21, 2011 by Adam Eve

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Running late for the submission of your business charts and diagrams? Then let these five iPad apps help you create your visualizations while on the go.

In search for business apps for iPads, the device begs to be used for treating visual information. And if you are used to creating diagrams and charts with your Microsoft Excel or Visio, then Gadg’s list of five business apps will deliver comparable tools that you can portably use.

Check what iPad apps can help you create charts and diagrams after the skip.

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Apple Brings the App Store to Twitter

Written on January 25, 2011 by Charles Bass

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Get the latest update on Apps for your iOS and Mac by following @AppStore on Twitter.

Good news App Store subscribers! If you have a Twitter account and you wish to know what’s new on the App Store, then Apple provides you with the easy way.

Apple launched @AppStore, a Twitter account for iOS and Mac App Store. It was launched a few hours ago but it already garnered 65,216 Twitter followers. While the @iTunesMusic account has more than 680,000 followers.

As it first tweet says:

“Welcome to App Store on Twitter! Follow us to discover new apps, get exclusive offers, and share with friends.”

It will feature new apps  and provide exclusive offers to Twitter users. The Twitter account is an effective strategy of Apple to generate more buzz, downloads and advertisements to their apps.

Follow @AppStore and get the latest with the apps.

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Photo Booth, Soon on iOS Devices

Written on January 16, 2011 by Charles Bass

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You're reading it right. Photo Booth will soon ship on iOS devices. How will it go? Surely awesome!

We enjoy Photo Booth on our Macs, surely. But another wild rumor rooled in that Photo Booth on iOS devices will be available soon. Yes, Photo Booth on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

A few days ago, reported that Apple will bring the famous Photo Booth Mac app to iOS devices and today 9to5Mac confirmed the claim. This discovery came from iOS 4.3 frameworks: “PhotoBooth” and “PhotoBoothEffects.” However, there are no actual images of the Photo Booth user interface but they dropped some hints and clues on the functionality.

Photo Booth for iOS is very simple to use. You’ll choose an effect and switch between the front and the rear cameras.

See the evidence after the break.

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Top Ten Apps for Your iPad

Written on November 18, 2010 by R. Cruise

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Make your iPad activities more fun and exciting by downloading these apps now. From work to play, Gadg got you covered.

You decided to get an iPad. It is the latest product of Apple and people are going crazy over it. Then, what happens now? This is the time to get the apps that will make your idle time more worth while. By the way, did you know that iPad sold more than 3 million units in just 80 days? Read the ten iPad apps in demand right now after the skip.

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