Creating Before & After Photo Effects in Keynote [Keynote for iOS Tutorial]

Creating Before & After Photo Effects in Keynote [Keynote for iOS Tutorial]

I want to show you a really quick technique today to make some before and after photos using Keynote and using a really nice effect called Sparkle. Take a look at this… Now, it’s important to have two photos which have the same perspective of a particular object. One from before and one after. Then

Making text large, bold, and easier to see on iPhone and iPad

Making text large, bold, and easier to see on iPhone and iPad

iPhones and iPads are known for style and elegance. But it can be difficult to read the small text. In this video I’m going to show you some easy ways to make text and graphics larger and easier to see. Zoomed makes everything larger on your screen, but it only applies to iPhones, not iPads.

How to Animate a Button Menu (iOS, Xcode 8, Swift 3)

How to Animate a Button Menu (iOS, Xcode 8, Swift 3)

Hi everyone! My name is Mark Moeykens from Big Mountain Studio. Animation can make world of difference to make your apps looks so much better and give the user a better experience while using your application. So here’s what we’re going to do. I have this fake application here that I built and there’s a

2-In-1 iPotty with Activity Seat for iPad

2-In-1 iPotty with Activity Seat for iPad

Time to use the potty! [Baby cries] [Mom Sighs] Be a big boy. You can have a treat [Baby cries again] Honey please! Use the potty for mommy. [Mom Sighs] Go on the potty and you can play with the iPad [Music plays in the background] As a mom I know how difficult potty training

Are smartphones killing cameras? Watch 6 Minute English

Are smartphones killing cameras? Watch 6 Minute English

Neil: Hello and welcome to 6 Minute English. I’m Neil. Catherine: And I’m Catherine. Hello! Neil: Now, Catherine, say cheese. Catherine: Cheeeese. Neil: [takes photo on smartphone] Thank you, a little souvenir of our time together. Catherine: Let’s have a look… Hang on a minute. You just took a selfie, I wasn’t even in the

Customizing the Nav Bar Part 3: Back Button (iOS, Xcode 8, Swift 3)

Customizing the Nav Bar Part 3: Back Button (iOS, Xcode 8, Swift 3)

Hi, everyone. My name is Mark Moeykens from Big Mountain Studio and we are on our third video in our series of customizing the navigation controller In the first video we went over colors the second video we went over custom fonts and in this third video We’re going to learn how to customize This

Customizing the Nav Bar Part 1: Colors (iOS, Xcode 8, Swift 3)

Customizing the Nav Bar Part 1: Colors (iOS, Xcode 8, Swift 3)

hi everyone my name is Mark Mohicans from Big Mountain studio and today we’re going to talk about navigation controllers the main theme for this series is how to make the navigation controller look better how to customize it to better match the theme or the look of your application so this tutorial series will

Photomath’s app can now solve handwritten math problems

Photomath’s app can now solve handwritten math problems

Learning any new subject can be challenging — for many students, that subject is math. Fortunately, Photomath is here to help. Photomath is a new app that not only solves complex math equations but teaches you how to solve them yourself. It uses your phone’s camera to scan the math equation. Within seconds it spits

FiLMiC Pro V6 Jump Start Guide iOS – Learn to Master FiLMiC Pro Tutorial

FiLMiC Pro V6 Jump Start Guide iOS – Learn to Master FiLMiC Pro Tutorial

In this Jump Start guide you’ll learn how to quickly start shooting pro video on your iPhone and iPad and achieve cinematic results using FiLMiC Pro v6, which offers a complete redesign and revolutionary feature upgrade making it more intuitive and powerful than ever before. FiLMiC Pro has everything you need to start shooting cinematic

Learn to talk about smartphone addiction in 6 minutes!

Learn to talk about smartphone addiction in 6 minutes!

Rob: Hello, welcome to 6 Minute English. I’m Rob. Catherine: And I’m Catherine. Rob: So, Catherine, how long do you spend on your smartphone? Catherine: My smartphone? Not that long really, only about 18 or 19 hours. Rob: No, sorry, I meant in a day, not in a week. Catherine: Er, that’s what I meant