David needs an app that will track his Android phone in case he loses or misplaces it. There's an app on the Google Play store called "Android Device Manager" that will do this. It also comes with a kill switch to wipe out his device should it get stolen. He can ring the phone to locate it, or remotely wipe it.
Adam wants to know how he can record his guitar riffs on the Microsoft Surface RT and convert it into synthesizer. Leo says since Adam has a digital interface, that's half the battle. But the issue is whether or not he could find an app that would do this on Windows RT. If this was an iPad, there would be tons of options.
Glenda is a dog walker and she wants a GPS tracker that her clients can access so they can see where their dogs are. Leo says that's a nice idea. Most smartphones can do it, and there's a great app called Glympse she can use. It's on Android and iOS she can share her location in real time on Google Maps. Waze also has GPS tracking.
Garmin also has GPS trackers for dogs that she can place on dog collars.
Johnny Jet got invited to Scotland and is now at Wimbledon! He saw Nedal and Sherapova play today from center court. He's traveling tomorrow back to the US. Johnny says that The Wimbledon Experience by Wimbledon Tours is the way to see it. But it's not cheap.
Ron hears that Amazon offers apps for free every day. Is that safe or should he just buy them from Google Play? Leo says that Amazon is not only safe, but probably safer than Google Play itself because they vet every app. And it's not like he's getting his apps from "Joe's apps" or anything.
Ron will have to go into the settings and enable the ability to get apps from other stores. That's safe to do as long as he is careful. Amazon is perfectly safe, though.
Ruth just upgraded to a Samsung Galaxy S5 and she's having issues with seeing her calendar. Leo says that Samsung has replaced Google's calendar with its own and he doesn't like it. Leo suggests getting a third party calendar. He likes Sunrise.
Sunrise is an awesome, free calendar that will sync to Google calendar and contacts directly. That's why Google has pushed for Samsung and other manufactures to offer Google editions of their phones.
A new iPhone app called "Yo." is available in the iTunes app store, and just sends a message that says "Yo" to friends. The idea is that "Yo" could mean anything, and even is used in other countries around the world as a greeting. It's supposed to be a simple way to tell someone you're thinking of them, and the time at which it is sent gives it context.
When is the cheapest time to buy tickets for Europe? Johnny says that summer is prime time, but prices dip in August as the summer season is winding down. It's also the best time to travel because it's the off season and the weather is great. Johnny also saw this video of a guy who was stuck in the airport by himself and lip synced to All by Myself by Celine Dion. It's hysterical and you can see it here - http://vimeo.com/97634383
Suzanne is looking for an expense app for her iPhone and desktop. Leo says he suggests using a cloud based option to minimize the hassle of syncing. Mint is a great option, and they use the same clearing house that the banks use -- Yodely -- so security isn't a worry.
Audi is into podcasting and he says it's very frustrating to get podcasts on all the available sites. He found a cool plugin called "PowerPress." He says it lets him control cover art and print tags in iTunes. It gives full control over a podcast feed. Leo says it's a great plugin, but it doesn't really work inside WordPress.com. He'll have to run his own, hosted version of Wordpress. But it works great. Another alternative is LibSyn.