Split View, Slide Over, and Picture in Picture are some of my favorite new features in iOS 9. They allow you to show multiple apps side by side in a few very useful ways, such […]
I really like Jared Sinclair and the apps he’s built. I consider him a respected internet friend—we follow each other on Twitter, but I haven’t had the pleasure of meeting him yet in real life. […]
The first 20 publishers taking part in Facebook’s Instant Articles program are struggling to make as much revenue from each article. Facebook imposes a number of App-Store-like rules on these articles, but among them: That’s […]
When someone temporarily shares their location with you on Apple’s Find My Friends, you can respond by sharing your location right from the Watch notifications without having to grab your iPhone.
Alfred is a search utility like Apple’s Spotlight, except with more features and flexibility. Among its myriad of useful tools is the ability to kick any search query out to the engine of your choice. And choice […]
Twitter changed how its Favorite button works, but fortunately there are plenty of iOS apps that are much better suited to your needs.
A clever way to approach handling tasks in a world of devices that fit on, in, and under our hands.
More apps are taking advantage of the extra iPhone 6S Plus screen space to offer faster access to tools or simply more information.
It has a unique approach to planning events with friends and doesn’t require them to sign up to participate.
For my general writing needs these days, I’ve settled on Ulysses for iPad and Mac. It’s just damn good and worth every penny. Here are just a few of my favorite things.