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Google Docs editing support coming to Android and iPad

Posted in Google by Conner Flynn on September 20th, 2010

Google just announced that they were celebrating a milestone achievement of more than 3 million business that have “gone Google” by switching their software to do their work using Google apps. The other announcement is the one we are concerned with. That Google Docs will soon be editable on Android and on the iPad.

This is great news for people who are on the move and need to edit Google Docs, but don’t have access to a computer. With Google Docs being editable from your phone and tablet, it’s going to raise the app’s productivity to a whole new level.

iMovie for iPhone

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on June 7th, 2010

HD video recording is one thing, but the iPhone 4 needs a way to edit these recordings on the phone itself. Enter iMovie for iPhone. At last, you can be the Steven Spielberg of the iPhone. Well, maybe not that good.

Nothing too fancy here. We are talking video editing on a phone after all, not a desktop. But you can combine various clips, add music, photos, titles and transitions as well as throw in some basic effects. The effects are from the desktop version of iMovie, so you’ll recognize them. You can export in 360p, 540p and 720p.

Keyboard with video editing controls

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on February 14th, 2010

If you are editing videos, you’ll want something that helps you do it quickly and accurately. A real jog/shuttle wheel helps. Especially when it’s built into your keyboard. Of course whatever video editing software you are using has on screen interfaces that do the same things, but you still have to use a mouse and cursor to control them.

The GR100 keyboard adds just such a shuttle wheel so that you can turn to move quickly through a clip, and has an inner dial to locate the exact frame you are searching for. Some buttons around the dial allow shortcuts to other editing functions.