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Tapworthy: Designing Great iPhone Apps

Tapworthy: Designing Great iPhone Apps

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So you’ve got an idea for an iPhone app — along with everyone else on the planet. Set your app apart with elegant design, efficient usability, and a healthy dose of personality. This accessible, well-written guide shows you how to design exceptional user experiences for the iPhone and iPod Touch through practical principles and a rich collection of visual examples. Whether you’re a designer, programmer, manager, or marketer, Tapworthy teaches you to “think iPhone” and helps you ask the right q

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Is there an Iphone app that will allow me to edit files and sync it back to my computer automatically?

Looking for an Iphone app….
I need to be able to edit office documents (word, excel). I dont want to have to save it back on my computer, but rather automatically sync back up on my computer.

iphone APP best answer:

Answer by Stephanie
I have the microsoft office app DocsToGo from the app store and it’s been working fine for doing that for months. I couldn’t live without it. Here’s a link to it http://www.dataviz.com/products/documentstogo/iphone/ but there are different apps out there too, this one is just the best, lol.

http://www.dataviz.com/products/documentstogo/iphone/
http://www.pcworld.com/article/164885/new_iphone_app_makes_microsoft_office_mobile.html

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3 comments

  1. Bob Walsh "Startup founder, podcaster, author"
    27 of 29 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    If you’re a startup, get this book. Now., June 26, 2010
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    Bob Walsh “Startup founder, podcaster, author” (Sonoma, CA United States) –
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    This review is from: Tapworthy: Designing Great iPhone Apps (Paperback)

    Here’s why: it’s not only a great guide to what makes iPhone apps successful, but what will increasingly be the way to make successful software for any platform. Josh does a fantastic job of getting the reader into the right mindset for creating successful apps.

    This is an interface, big-idea, that’s why that design works book, not a coding book. Nor is it a “how to market your iPhone app book”. That said, the interviews alone with designers of big important iPhone apps about how they really designed those apps is worth the price many times over.

    Warning: you will probably spend more on buying apps Josh uses as examples of what he is talking about than you will on the book itself – I guess the skills he developed writing his last book, “Best Iphone Apps: The Guide for Discriminating Downloaders”, gave him five star ability for picking great to awesome apps.

    Also, while I almost never buy anymore actual paper books, this one is worth it – the color, gloss stock, painstaking layout and content structure would not be done justice as a .pdf.

    I could write a longer review, but I’d rather go back to reading, re-reading, mulling and thinking about the what Josh covered in this book. Can’t wait for the iPad book!

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  2. Kartick Vaddadi
    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Full of insight — more than you might think fits in one book, November 16, 2011
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    This review is from: Tapworthy: Designing Great iPhone Apps (Paperback)

    I’ve worked in mobile for several years now, on iOS, Android, j2me, Symbian and Windows Mobile (to varying degrees), both native and web apps and I have to say that I’m totally impressed by this book. There isn’t a chapter or even a section that doesn’t have insight.

    I’ve been reading iOS/UX-focused blogs for a while (Marco, Daring Fireball, Ignore the Code, Dustin Curtis) and I’ve got a lot of views at various aspects of what makes iOS so wonderful, but this book is closer to giving me the complete picture, rather than just glimpses of various aspects.

    Clearly, Josh understands iOS at a deep, deep level. You wouldn’t expect this level of understanding from anyone except perhaps the designers of iOS and iPhone.

    You’ll find insightful comments on various topics like:
    – various navigation paradigms and the advantages and disadvantages of each
    – how to design your app icon
    – theming
    – all the major aspects of iOS, like alerts and notifications
    – product definition
    – when to launch other apps from within yours and when not to.

    I plan to read this book again after a while. It’s that good.

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  3. S. Martin "S. Martin"
    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Covers a lot of concepts., June 28, 2010
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    S. Martin “S. Martin” (Atlanta, GA USA) –
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    This review is from: Tapworthy: Designing Great iPhone Apps (Paperback)

    Pre-ordered this book after hearing Josh speak at SXSW. Well worth the wait. This book covers all of the basics of iPhone UI but *even more important* are the first person interviews with guys like Josh Williams (Gowalla CEO) and Joe Hewitt (Facebook app).

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