Ministers across Arkansas, and the world, deliver sermons on their 21st century tablets—a tool used not only for reference, but for research and composition as well. Church goers have taken note, and the soft glow of an electronic tablet is a common sight in pews and Bible study groups. Congregants have their “tablet” Bible at their finger tips with the quick swipe of the screen; plus, they can take legible notes that are easily filed away for quick reference or sharing.
As a modern parent, the pressure is always on to save more money, remember every sports game, be in-the-know about the newest social media networks, help with homework, protect your children, and on and on. There may not be an app for being the perfect parent, but you can use your smart phone as a tool to help you keep up with your fast-paced life. Verizon Wireless’ Ginger Daril shares eight apps to simplify your life and keep you organized in the New Year.
As students around the state ready to return to campuses from elementary school to college, now is the time to also check their emergency preparedness needs for school. Brigette Williams, communications officer for the American Red Cross of Arkansas, highlights back-to-school emergency tips for you to keep in mind.
Luke Irvin started learning to build iPhone and iPad apps in 2010. Since then, he’s developed several apps available on Apple’s app store, including a resume builder and a multimedia program for popular YouTuber and Arkansan Joseph Birdsong.
Ducks Unlimited now has its own iPhone app, thanks to a technology firm based in Rogers, Arkansas. The 1.0 version includes a complete waterfowl ID gallery and more than 300 videos. Here's a video of it in action and info on where to download.