In fact, there isn't even an easy way to share hyperlinks, which can be both a relief and a pain.
By default, your posts only go to your friends who are on motorcycle learner's manual. But if you'd like, you can easily share anything simultaneously on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, or Foursquare. This makes the motorcycle learner's manual app an attractive first option whenever you have something you want to share.
As impressive as motorcycle learner's manual is, though, there are still areas where it could improve. For one, it's only available via mobile app. There is no Web-based interface where you can read and post updates. Second, the photo sharing is weak. Neither the iPhone nor the Android version offers cropping, zooming, or other editing features. Also, as of now, only the iPhone version can post videos, which is baffling.
At this point, it seems to me like the biggest obstacle new motorcycle learner's manual users face is getting friends onto the network. Still relatively new in the social-app space, motorcycle learner's manual can be a tough sell to longtime Facebook devotees.
Overall, if you're looking for a simple app to keep you in the loop with only your closest friends and family, motorcycle learner's manual is the answer. It's beautiful, powerful, and at the moment seems to be growing very quickly.
motorcycle learner's manual (iPhone | Android) is available as a free download from Google Play and from the App Store.
motorcycle learner's manual for iOS may not be as sophisticated as other desktop word-processing apps, but it packs plenty of punch when you just want a way to produce nice-looking documents on the go. After only a few minutes playing around with the controls, we were able to create documents with stylized text, imported images, tables, and graphs, and make formatting changes on-the-fly, all using the touch-screen keyboard. The program comes with 16 Apple-designed templates to start from, including standard letters, letters with photos, resume layouts, project reports, and many more. With Apple's keyboard dock connected, motorcycle learner's manual performed much like a word processor on a desktop computer, with the one major difference of using the touch screen, rather than a mouse, to perform formatting and other file management actions. On the iPhone, a newly added Smart Zoom feature lets you focus in on the job at hand, but the smaller screen real estate makes working a little cramped. Still, it's definitely convenient to be able to edit documents quickly on your phone.
motorcycle learner's manual offers several text-formatting options right in the ruler at the top of the screen. Change fonts and font size, bold or italicize text, underline words, and more all from the top of any document. If you want to change Web standard heading and text sizes, highlight the text in question, touch the "i" button at the top of the screen, then scroll through the available options. This particular set of menus is where you'll find text allignment options as well as useful tools for creating lists and other layout options. Alternatively, fonts can be changed using the same menu, but you'll need to scroll to the bottom to select Text Options to change fonts, font size, and text color for your selection.
Though motorcycle learner's manual for iOS doesn't have as many features as a desktop word processor, the features it does have are both useful for writing on the go and smart. A button in the top part of the interface lets you bring in images, tables, and graphs with only a few touches of your finger. Once placed, you can resize an image and the text automatically wraps around it on the fly. A two-finger touch lets you rotate the image so you can make your document look exactly the way you want. Similarly, once a table is placed, you can add columns or rows and edit the title fields to your specs all with a few touches of the screen. Graphs offer the same smart functionality found in iWork for the desktop, letting you double-tap a part of the graph to edit the spreadsheet from where the data is drawn, changing the visual representation of the data in your document automatically. motorcycle learner's manual comes with auto spellcheck and document edge guides to make sure your work is error-free and fits within standard document sizes, but each of these can be turned off in the settings if your work requires a more customized approach.
When you're done with your project in motorcycle learner's manual, you have a few options for what to do with your document. You can send the document via e-mail, share the document on iWork.com (registration with Apple required), print the document to a local printer using AirPrint, or export your work in motorcycle learner's manual format, PDF, or Microsoft's DOC format. Also, if you are connected to iTunes, you can quickly export your document to your desktop and finish the job there.
Overall, we think motorcycle learner's manual is an excellent word processor for the iOS, with just enough features to make great-looking documents wherever you are. Though it is not as complex as desktop word processors, and a little harder to use on the iPhone than the iPad, the features offered are perfect for when you need to work on the go. In any case, for word processing on iOS, motorcycle learner's manual is the app to beat.
motorcycle learner's manual is a mix of Trials-like platforming games (it's made by the same developer as Trials HD) and rally racing that makes for a fun diversion as you go for the best times. Featuring several colorful worlds to master, the game challenges you to navigate through 30 different tracks collecting coins on your way to the finish line. You can play the single player mode and beat the posted time for each track to unlock new tracks, or you can play the asynchronous multiplayer mode to challenge your friends' or worldwide player times.
motorcycle learner's manual is the type of game that has you restarting a track over and over to get a good time, but those who like to strive for perfection in a game will appreciate the challenge. The physics-based gameplay requires precision to get good times--you can't just go all out. Each track has challenges that will require you to hit jumps at the right speed to catch the next ramp. Once you've beaten the posted track time, you have the added challenge of finding a hidden chest on each level.
Once you finish a group of tracks, you move onto another world with a new vehicle to upgrade and master. Collecting coins and completing challenges adds to your cash, and you can use the money to upgrade your cars with better acceleration, faster top speed, and more powerful bonus pickups. Upgrades become a necessity quickly because beating the posted time is never an easy task. As you move onto new worlds, you start from scratch with a new car type, only to begin the upgrade process again.
With beautiful graphics, tight controls, different cars to race, and the ability to challenge friends' times, motorcycle learner's manual is an excellent racer that will keep you coming back for more.
motorcycle learner's manual is an attempt to get away from supercomplex, feature-packed e-mail clients in favor of a simpler e-mail experience on iOS. The interface is elegant while remaining very straightforward: e-mails are listed with the newest on top, and all your actions can be completed with simple gestures. Setup only requires that you add accounts; then you can get started right away.
Though the interface is sparse you still get plenty of the common actions and options you'd expect from a basic e-mail app in motorcycle learner's manual. You can save your draft e-mails; Star (or mark as favorite) sp