Not too long ago I was confronted with the question of, “why can’t I see certain Google Calendars on my iPhone’s built-in calendar (iCal)?”. It felt horrible to know that so many important calendar events required access via my laptop, desktop computer or a 3rd party app on my iPhone. Even worse, at least one Google Calendar was appearing on my device, just not the others that I desperately needed to sync. Frustration ensued.
Today’s tutorial is a warm welcome back to the AudioAcrobat WordPress Blog (yes, I’ve had a nice vacation, but it’s time to bring back the regular posts) and a very helpful walkthrough of what it takes to transfer video shot on an iPhone to a Mac (MacBook Pro, iMac, etc.), with a super-handy tip at the end for those looking to upload their iPhone videos to their AudioAcrobat accounts.
In today’s post, we will dive deeper into the tweets of (presumably Portland, OR-based) mobile app developer, Cinefy (@cinefy) and the Twitter accounts they have chosen to follow … a mirror, if you will, into the soul(-cial media) behind a company who has brought hundreds of CGI effects to the tips of our fingers in hope of making our awful, shaky iPhone videos entertaining beyond belief!