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Feb 02, 2014 | Apple iPad 32 GB WiFi Tablet PC
The iSwifter app
is kind of like a portal. You download it to your iPad and then it gives you
access to a number of games stored on its servers. Those games are typically
played with a mouse and keyboard on the web. But iSwifter has selected a number
of games that will work with the iPad's touchscreen interface. ISwifter programming is designed wonderfully, you can
hardly find games running on the ipad. Now iSwifter only support iPad, and can
only be used by WiFi. After the Flash Games being transferred to iPad, you can
also transfer the games from ipad to computer through a ipad to computer transfer software.
The service is a great way to get around walled gardens. If companies such as Apple allow the app, then the app can bring content that might otherwise not run - or be allowed to run - on the particular platform. By making their games available on iSwifter, game developers can avoid being locked out of certain platforms. And the developers do not have to adapt their games, change them from one format to another, just to expand their reach to new platforms. iSwifter is using cloud computing to stream various Flash portals, such as Kongregate, Yahoo! Games, and AOL Games, to your iDevice, unaltered.
a game-changer for smaller Flash game developers that don't have the resources
to port their games to multiple mobile platforms like iOS and Android," says
Net Jacobsson, a former Facebook executive, advisor to King.com, and founder
& CEO of Playhopper, a Flash-based social gaming start-up.
If everything works
out for streaming services like iSwifter, gamers could enter a sort of
renaissance of free gaming options. I'm not exactly sure how the online
services will work within things like, say, Yahoo! Games, but I would be pretty
happy to play Yahoo! Pool in some of my downtime. Sure, Flash games can be
silly, but there are a ton of them out there, and many of them are far better
than some of the free offerings in the App Store.
By now, iSwifter is only available for the iPad and
only works over WiFi networks. The company plans to add support for 3G networks
soon and launch iPhone and Android apps in the near future.
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Among the convenient features of the Apple iPad is the ability to pair the iPad with Bluetooth devices.
Bluetooth devices allow the iPad to interact with wireless accessories including headsets and keyboards.
Like most things related to the iPad, connecting an iPad to a Bluetooth device a quick process.
Refer to the device's instruction manual for directions to make the Bluetooth device discoverable.
Typically, this involves holding down a button for a few seconds.
To pair an iPad and a Bluetooth device, the Bluetooth device must be discoverable.
Turn the iPad's Bluetooth capability on.
Go to the settings menu on the iPad by tapping the "Settings" icon on the iPad home screen.
Tap "General" from the left panel and then "Bluetooth."
Once you are in the Bluetooth screen, slide the "On/Off" switch to "On" to turn on Bluetooth.
Select the device you wish to pair with the iPad from the list of discoverable Bluetooth devices that appears on the screen.
Depending on the device, a password may be required.
Refer to the Bluetooth device's product manual for this password.
Hope this helps.
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