ASK Video Posts Computer Terms iPhone App to iTunes

1,000’s of computer terms and definitions at your fingertips


Ontario, Canada (June 18, 2010) – ASK Video Interactive Media, a leading creator of software tutorials on DVD, follows up their recent release of Musical Terms, a professional glossary of more than 1,000 music words and phrases and their definitions for iPhone OS, with Computer Terms, a comprehensive database of terms, phrases, and definitions related to computers.

“While most people use computers for work and play, we’re not all IT professionals,� says Steve Kostrey, President of ASK Video. “Whether you’re setting up a home network, archiving a file, uploading a video or downloading a song, Computer Terms will help you decipher the computer language quickly and easily, right from your iPhone.�


An indispensable tool for anyone who uses a computer, Computer Terms takes the guesswork out of confusing computer lingo. Its clean, un-cluttered interface searches terms live and they appear as you type for instant results. If you don’t know the term, simply enter key words and the App will search the definitions and make suggestions for applicable terms, making it a great learning tool. You can even email a term and definition without an Internet connection.

Pricing and Availability:
Computer Terms is available for $1.99 on the iTunes App Store:

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