When you open the app, you’re given a short tutorial on navigating the content. The format is very clear and user friendly, but for those who are brand new to the iPhone, this will certainly be appreciated.
The categories include using the keyboard, the phone, Safari, the iPod, the camera, and other tips and troubleshooting. Each of these is divided into sections, which you can choose on the left. You can jump around the menu to a specific section of information, or you can start at the beginning and swipe your way through the entire tutorial.
Each section includes a brief explanation and description of the iPhone feature, along with a snapshot so you can see precisely what/where the tutorial is focused on. As an added bonus, on each screen you can tap the “email” icon to email yourself or anyone a snapshot of that screen, which includes within itself the explanation and screenshot.
This app is what an iPhone guide should be – easy to understand right away and teaches both the necessary information and the nifty shortcuts and special features not all iPhone owners know. And it’s free. Absolutely recommended for new iPhone owners, or those who just want to get to know their device a little better.
iCademy [iTunes Link] requires iPhone OS 3.1 or later and is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. A small expedite fee was paid by the developer to speed up the publication of this review.