Photo extensions make it easier to edit your photos, but they also allow Photos for iOS and Mac to automatically keep a backup of your original image. How great is that?
The iPad and iPhone probably can’t replace a Mac for most developers. But you might be surprised at how far iOS and third-party coding apps have come these days.
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.
Some of my favorite new features in iOS 9—Split View, Slide Over, and Picture in Picture—are exclusive to iPad. In short, when iPad is in landscape, swipe in from the right to create a Slide […]
At last, our long national nightmare is over.
Have we talked about how great Clips for iOS is? Because it is absolutely a thing. That is great. It actually makes some kinds of work much easier on iOS versus a Mac. Put simply, […]
In addition to displaying colors for different calendars, Sunrise Calendar also adds a tiny icon to help you identify events more quickly. There is a fork and spoon for food-related events, an airplane for flights, […]
If you take screenshots on iOS but want more organization or editing options than what is offered by Photos, the App Store has some great options for you. Generally, these apps can automatically copy over […]
You have to tap a friend’s birthday entry in order to see this (so it isn’t too in your face if this isn’t your thing). But what a great touch in Fantastical 2 for iPad.
Newsreader innovation has blossomed from the ashes of Google Reader, and Newsify for iOS has been my favorite for a while. With a major 4.0 upgrade this week, it now has a new subscription service […]