When Amazon released FreeTime for the Kindle Fire HD, many bloggers who use iOS devices like the iPhone and iPad thought there should be a similar option for Apple’s portable devices. Guided Access in iOS allows parents to lock their device to only one app and prevents children from straying into unapproved apps. Think of it as “FreeTime Lite”.
There has been a lot of tech news in the past two weeks, I hit the highlights for you and and explain why there was no podcast last week.
Amazon Kindle Fire HD Ignites Tablet War with Apple
Kindle FreeTime Gives Parents Added Control Over Tablet
The new iPhone 5 and why you don’t need one
Kimmel fools people into believing iPhone 4S is iPhone 5
Apple leads JD Power rankings for tablet satisfaction – Amazon Kindle Fire followsclose behind
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Music by Kevin Macleod.
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