XtremeMac LifeSlides App for Tango TTThe XtremeMac LifeSlides app turns your iPad, iPhone, or iPod into a virtual snapshot of your life. Through the app, you can display your photos and the album art for the music youre currently playing, plus your Facebook and Twitter feeds. The app will scroll through your media as often as you like, in the style of your choice.With the XtremeMac LifeSlides app, all you have to do is select what types of media you want to see. Start with the Settings screen to set up your color-coded media choices and customize how they are displayed. You can also log in to Facebook/Twitter, and determine media display frequencies, durations and transition styles. Just tap the control to see the options within each media type to customize how your content is displayed. When you tap out of Settings, the Main Screen will appear, displaying full-screen media content frames with each media type having a distinct layout. This is also where you can open settings and control music playback, bass/treble preferences and more.Available Media Types and FeaturesFacebook: In Settings, the Facebook Options screen will display your user name and a logout button. The Main Screen offers several formats for accommodating feed items such as photos, videos, links, status updates and more. Twitter: In Settings, the Options screen allows you to see all the Twitter accounts youve configured, and choose the ones from which you want to receive tweets. On the Main Screen, feed items contain four display fields: Twitter name, screen name, text of the tweet, and avatar of the tweeter. Photos: In Settings, you can either select all photos or specify the albums from which to display photos. On the Main Screen, photos are scaled to fill the screen while retaining their aspect ratio. Music Album: In Settings, you can choose to display art from the currently playing album, any album art from the current artist, or all album art in your library. On the Main Screen, album artwork will be scaled to fill the screen while retaining its aspect ratio.