I don’t want to be ruled by push notifications. But I found a great way to make them useful without being intrusive. Maybe this can help you, too.
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Now that I’ve spent some time with it, I get why Apple made this change and I appreciate the simpler navigation.
As you may know, I now publish a weekly Finer Things in Tech Newsletter alongside this site, and you should totally subscribe. In addition to a handful of bite-sized tips that are almost entirely exclusive to the newsletter, I also include a few links to insightful and inspiring reads from around the web. For example, […]
Apple has been iterating on iPad multitasking the last couple of years. iOS 11 blows the roof off all these improvements, and for good reason.
A long time ago, I had an app called Favs that collected everything I liked/hearted/bookmarked/whatevered across a ton of services (it was sadly abandoned). We’re talking Twitter, Facebook, Reddit, Pinterest, newsreader services, Pocket—probably over 20 services. It was a one-stop journal to find that thing I know I liked somewhere, and it made me happy. […]
Things 3 will get Siri support this fall. But this is a useful workaround in the meantime.
It’s taking some adjustment, but I’m going to stick with the 10.5-inch iPad. Here’s how it’s gone so far.
When managing your media in Photos, you can quickly select multiple items simply by dragging your finger across them. To start, tap the Select button in the upper right. Then drag your finger across two or more items. You can lift to stop the selection, scroll your library, and drag again to select more. This […]
It’s actually quite simple.
I like AnyList’s integration for Siri and Reminders because it goes a step beyond what I’ve seen in most other apps. Also, it’s super useful.