Why can't you highlight across pages on Kindle for iPhone/iPad?
I am using Kindle for iPad version . After trying many times I am able to highlight across a page if the section of the crosses onto a new page. (1) Touch and hold with your finger at the beginning of the section you want to highlight until the highlighting function starts. (2) Move your finger towards the right edge of the screen to highlight the until you are done with the on that page (first page). Don lift your finger. (3) Hold your finger to the right of the end of the section on the edge of the page or the screen. (4) The highlighting function may jump to the end of the following page (second page). Don lift your finger. (5) Move your finger back to the end of the section of the you want to highlight. (6) Lift your finger. Then you are set. I hope these help.
Why can't I download iPhoto/iMovie/Pages/etc after I reinstalled my iPad Air?
I have the same problem right now u131 try to download imovie into my ipad air 2 but it say the app cant downloading now . You know actually imoviee with in but it didnt work so u131 deleted the app and tryed to downloaded again but u131 cant HELPPPPPP
Can I use images from Image Google Search on my blog or website?
Ites down to two things Permission and Fair Use . Fair Use made a lot more sense back in the days when I might use a piece of art in a 'zine and 3 people might see it. Now I call that 'zine a blog and 25 people a day see it. And even if my blog is not a business per se I make ad revenue from it - no matter how small it's still revenue. Fair Use on a blog (from which you make money) is questionable. Sure if you have 1 readers probably you're safe. If you have 2K readers a day you'd be hard pressed in any court of law to say that isn't amercial enterprise. So Fair Use will not help you if you have any reported ie from that blog. There have been instances where even using a book cover but s that cover to an affiliate account on Amazon or some other seller. Is that blatantlymercial use of the and words in certain cases but when this permission is not granted then wee up with a much more difficult choice. We see this a lot on Tumblr where original sources are not mentioned even as pictures be viral. People are so easily removed from connection with their creations. I try to the best of my ability to use only pictures explicitly in the public domain art I havemissioned or art I have explicit or implicit right to use. But I can't believe I've been on the right side of this all the time. For most bloggers this is a non-issue. The art we use is oftenmercial (like all the answers to Which cartoon character do Quora members most identify with? question qid 581699 ) and we are using it for mostly nonmercial purposes. Nonetheless if that were my piece of art you were using as your avatar and I had not given explicit or implicit rights to use it I can totally see where there would be an issue. Tl;dr - No but in 99.9% cases it's not worth the hassle to fight about it. That other .1% it is.