A tremendously useful feature in Tweetbot for iPhone and iPad (affiliate link) is the ability to quickly filter your timeline to focus on specific types of tweets or media, temporarily exclude keywords, and hunt down […]
After testing the developer beta for two weeks, I cannot say enough good things about watchOS 3.
Multiple pages, Force Press, HomeKit, and more.
Too many apps carelessly toss out our login credentials after a big update or some cookie expires. It’s a small annoyance for some, but an intimidating mountain for a large but generally silent group of people.
If this actually happens with the iPhone 7 this fall, there are plenty of questions to ask. But here are two reasons that might help explain why, and why now.
I’m paying for too many clouds, so I’m trying something new to see if I can simplify and save money.
If you’re curious to see whether an app you use has an Apple TV version, or if you just want a one-stop place to grab all available apps, check your Apple TV’s App Store. Under […]
A simple new way to clear your browsing canvas and start anew, like when the world was young.
I don’t usually post deals or sales, but this feels like a worthwhile exception. Wirecutter Deals tweeted that this current gen iPad Pro is $625 ($150 off!) right now for Best Buy members (signup is […]
Airmail for Mac (and iOS) is a powerful email app with lots of customizability. The Mac version supports composing emails with Markdown, and you’ll even get a live preview as you type. For bonus points: […]