Pokémon Go Is All The Rage, 8 Ways Churches Can Welcome Players
By Aaron Earls · August 19, 2016 • What if it is just a conspiracy to get young people to go to church? Send a positive message to gamers.
WFX Innovating New Ways to Network and Make Lasting Connections
By TD Staff · July 21, 2016 • A new WFX app, available for iPhone and Android, will allow attendees to connect with other attendees and conference speakers ahead of time.
Your Ministry Needs a Mobile App
By Luke Ward · June 6, 2016 • The average American spends more than three hours a day using a mobile device, adding up to a spectacular opportunity to put the Gospel in someone’s hand and right in front of their face.
5 Apps for iOS and Android to Help You Be More Energy Efficient this Winter
By TD Staff · January 22, 2014 • From a vampire power calculator to knowing how much energy your A/V devices consume. These iOS and Android apps will help you save money.
9 Emergency Preparedness, Alert and Recovery Apps for iOS and Android
By TD Staff · January 14, 2014 • This collection of emergency apps highlights the true capability of technology in the face of nature's toughest scenes. From first aid apps to radar scanners and disaster-specific apps, this collection provides some of the best resources for disaster preparedness and monitoring from trusted emergency organizations. Check out apps from The American Red Cross, FEMA, Base Velocity LLC. and ME911 for your Android or iOS smart device.
8 Audio Modulation and Music Creation Apps for Android and iOS
By TD Staff · December 31, 2013 • Audio modulation apps can be considered the next tier of music creation apps. From programable sequencers to vocoder apps, the world of audio modulation is the base from which effect presets and pre-made loops is built. Having control of sound in a creatively focused way is essential for getting the most out of your mobile device as an instrument. Check out apps from developers like Jonathan Mackenzie, Skrivarna Software, Square B, LLC, Alexander Zolotov, VirSyn, Niko Twenty, Alexandernaut and Holderness Media Inc for Android and iOS.
Smart Mobile: 6 Network Monitoring and Access Apps for Android and iOS
By TD Staff · December 17, 2013 • The best network monitoring and access apps. These iOS and Android mobile apps cover a range of functions: monitoring and testing networks, file access and management throughout a network and Wi-Fi connection and congestion troubleshooting. Bolster your mobile IT toolbelt with these professional and secure network monitoring and access apps for your smart device. Check out apps from developers like Lysesoft, Metago, Kenny Root and Jeffrey Sharkey, Farpoc, Techet and Comcsoft for Android and iOS.
Audio Spectrum Analysis Apps to Help in Setting Up Your Christmas Service Productions
By Curtis Emery · December 1, 2013 • 13 apps specifically designed to convert real-time-audio content into spectrogram graphs for Android and Apple devices.
Belkin Unveils Express Dock for iPad
By TechDecisions · November 13, 2013 • Adjustable dial on Express Dock allows charging and syncing without removing the case.
Church App Advice from The Church App Guy: Part One
By TD Staff · November 1, 2013 • Cindy Davis of TechDecisions interviews Chris Sharpe of The Church App - Part One. With 1.08 billion smartphone users in the world, creating a church app for your house of worship just might make a lot of sense. Thousands of ministries have already. As part of the Worship TechDecisions ongoing series on church apps, I am talking with Chris Sharpe, Marketing Lead at The Church App.
Unified Communications Products Continue to Gain Popularity
By Sharon Fisher · September 30, 2013 • Unified Communications is gaining momentum as users look to it to streamline the way people work together. Relying on IP technologies, the versatility of UC means everyone can, from one platform, shape the way communication happens, be it phone, chat, email, or videoconference.
4 Apps for Streaming Your Live Video Content
By TD Staff · August 5, 2013 • Recording a live event is a great way to make sure your audience can stay up to date with your content even if they couldn't make the presentation. Unfortunately, actually viewing an event after it has happened can sometimes be easier said than done, especially for viewers with busy schedules, and watching a pre-recorded event does not carry the same immediacy as if it was seen live. However, app developers have come up with convenient alternatives for save-for-later content with live streaming applications for Android and iOS devices.
7 Pro Audio Apps for Creating Backtracks and Soundscapes
By TD Staff · July 16, 2013 • Generative audio is marked by the revisitation of a tone, or series of tones, to create a constant strain of sound. This stream of sound is usually characterized by reverb or heightened feedback control, which adds ambient sound and tone refraction into the mix. By itself, generative audio is typically termed as drone--a title that comments on the droning sound, which describes the looping effect as it builds under the pressure of ambient sounds and feedback.
HTML5 Helps Bring BYOD into the Fold
By Sharon Fisher · July 2, 2013 • HTML5 is the latest version of HTML and it is a game changer. Once a technology supports HTML5, data and features can be exchanged with other HTML-supported devices easily and without much additional programming.
27 Music Creation Apps for Android and iOS
By TD Staff · June 28, 2013 • While nothing will actually compare to playing physical instruments or gear, there are some great alternatives developed specifically for on-the-go musicians who need to demo a riff, master some tracks or just have fun with some very high-quality digital synths. If we are talking prices, the best audio apps will run you around fifty dollars (or more), but you can expect professional titles to follow such steep price points. I am talking about Cubasis, Cubase's mobile counterpart, and different Korg analog and digital synth apps that are designed to emulate their predecessors with precision.
Latest ResourceFor Lighting Design, What Software Is The Right Match For Your Needs? (Part 3)
Dig into this final part of a three-part series that looks into choices for lighting design software, including Vectorworks and LightConverse, and how each can best serve the needs of your church.