What does solving a Rubick's Cube, making beef jerky and curling your hair with a straightening iron all have in common?
They're just three out of many hundreds of guides available bundled in the new (and awesome) Snapguide app for iPhone, iPod touch or iPad.
Consider it a collection of "how-to" guides — but not from professionals. Instead, Snapguide is a community-driven app that encourages everyday folks to share something they know how to do.
For example, you can learn to bake a cake in a coffee mug, open a beer bottle without an opener, tie a necktie or perform a magic trick to wow friends at a party. Find out how to roast coffee beans, take a screenshot on your iPhone or make your bed like they do at hotels.
Each guide offers a step-to-step lesson that contains photos and/or videos, along with written descriptions at the bottom of the screen. It's not quite YouTube — most guides have 15 to 20 still photos and only one or two videos (if any) — but this method is still powerfulRead More »from App teaches how to make bruschetta, paper airplanes and everything else