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    Dean Duke

    Dean is a father of 2, working full time as an IT consultant. He is an experienced tablet user spending many years honing his skills and learning to be more productive while using his iPad. After meeting the founder of, Chris J. Lee in 2015, he has been a main contributor to the blog ever since.


    How to download Kindle books on iPad the easy way

    By Dean Duke / December 30, 2015

    If you want to know how to download kindle books on the iPad you are in the right place. If you have an iPad, there is a Kindle app which gives you total access to Amazon’s Kindle library and there is no need for you to have both an iPad and a Kindle device. With the […]


    How to Backup Notes on iPhone in 5 Simple Steps

    By Dean Duke / December 24, 2015

    When updating your iPhone or even upgrading to a newer device, you may find yourself wondering how to backup notes on iPhone. With these easy steps, you can successfully backup your notes with no trouble at all using one of many different methods! [Read: How To Backup Photos From iPad] Method 1: E-mail If you […]


    How to backup photos from iPad- 4 ways to do it safely

    By Dean Duke / December 18, 2015

    It used to be that when you wanted to capture a moment in a picture, you pulled out a camera (if you owned one or had it with you!), snapped the photo, hoping it all would look good, and eventually got the film developed. All of it was on paper and the only way to […]


    4 Easy Ways on how to save GIFs on iPad

    By Dean Duke / December 14, 2015

    GIFs are just so cool, but unfortunately, many devices do not support them. The ones that do support them, though, are often more difficult to save on your device as opposed to a regular picture. If you have an iPad and would like to know how to safe GIFs on iPad using the easiest and […]


    Wireless Connectivity: How Your iPad Actually Connects with the Internet

    By Dean Duke / December 9, 2015

    Ask nearly any iPad user how they connect to the internet, and a common answer you get will be “using wireless.” A few may answer in more detail, but what does all of this actually mean? Let’s look at how your iPad actually connects with the Internet. [Read: Comparison of the Most Popular Browsers] Behind […]


    Comparison of the best iPad stands and docks

    By Dean Duke / November 30, 2015

    It’s rare nowadays to use your iPad for something that does not require a stand or a dock.  Because this is becoming more and more popular, the market for these products is growing rapidly.  To be able to make an educated decision, I have composed a short list of products and the options that they […]


    Review for Anker’s 60W 6-Port USB Charger and Keyboard Case

    By Dean Duke / November 23, 2015

    When deciding to upgrade to a multi-unit charger, it is probably best to consider a charging port. A popular charging hub is the Anker 40W 5-port high speed USB Charging Hub. Though this is a productive way to charge all of your devices at once, a newer, faster solution has gained recognition, the 60W 6-Port […]


    What Is The Best iPad Mini Keyboard

    By Dean Duke / November 17, 2015

    If you are attached at the hip to your iPad mini, you probably cannot imagine spending a day without it.  For many customers who feel the same way as you do, a keyboard is an essential accessory that takes your iPad mini from amazing to indispensible.  Due to demand for a keyboard that is compatible […]


    Dispatch for iPad

    By Dean Duke / November 13, 2015

    There have been many products for iPad, as well as for iPhone that offer to help you with productivity. Some of them are useful only  in limited ways, others are very helpful.  Dispatch, which will work with both your iPhone and iPad, may help you get all of the incoming emails under control. As backwards […]


    The Best iPad Stylus for Note Taking

    By Dean Duke / November 8, 2015

    Selecting the best iPad stylus for your note taking needs is a decision that must be made carefully and given much thought.  First and foremost, consider the tasks you will use the stylus for most frequently, which apps you hope to use to take notes, and how closely you want to mimic the experience of […]

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