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“When we want to turn it on it is asking for a passcode, that we don't know.  Any suggestions for overriding this?”*:IE-SearchBox&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&sourceid=ie7&rlz=1I7GGIE_en

Revised Dec 27, 2009

“When I search on pumpkin I don’t see the DevelopEase app Adapted Book – 5 Pumpkins?”
Currently, the iTunes search feature will distinguish between pumpkin and Pumpkins.  It is best to enter a word exactly as it is in the title.  Developers can choose several key words for users to use to find their apps (i.e.  count, ASL, speech).  These keywords could be changed when there are updates to the app. When searching for a specific app on the app store, enter any known title words into the search box. 
Revised Oct 25, 2009

“How do I see a DevelopEase app?”
Either download an app using iTunes on your computer or directly from an iPhone/iPod Touch using the App store. Follow this App Store link for help with either one:
If you are in iTunes and want to find apps, you can enter related words such as “Adapted”,  “ASL”,  “Pumpkins” or “count”.  Adapted Books are currently listed under Education and under Books.  You can also search “DevelopEase”  from iTunes or the App Store.
Some quick demos will also be posted on
Revised March 31, 2010

What is iTunes?
iTunes is a program used to download music, movies and applications from the Internet.  You can learn more and download iTunes here:
Revised Oct 25, 2009
 What is an app or application?
An application is a computer software program.  The applications sold on iTunes are commonly referred to as apps.  An app covers a broad range of software: calendars, games, music, education, finance.  You can learn more by visiting:
Revised Oct 25, 2009

Why can’t I just use my Blackberry?
Research shows that when comparing a higher end Blackberry (ie: Storm, Bold, Curve) to a iPhone G3 (they are comparable in price), there are many similarities and differences.  Both are leaders in the "Smartphone" field. 
Both use application programs (apps) which perform some well-defined task. The Blackberry has a limited number of applications compared to the iPhone which has encouraged independent developers to design and sell their own apps, therefore creating much more variety.

Revised Oct 26, 2009




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