Google hasn’t been the only game in town for a while. There’s a great variety of options and features these days.
Much of the work I do for my business is helping app developers with their content—blogs, social media, documentation, occasional in-app UX, etc. One of my current clients is Bear, an excellent app for storing […]
I rely on a handful of iOS utilities—things that help me or other apps get things done. I think they all deserve a lot more attention, so here’s my shot at that.
I feel strange. Thanks to my iPad and iOS 11, this is the first macOS upgrade in over a decade that I’m not rushing out to install.
These days, social media can often be a nightmare. Here’s a simple way to use it as a good, healthy distraction.
With Series 3, the Apple Watch gained a big step towards autonomy. But like the iPhone and iPad before iOS 5, it’s still tethered to another device.
I think I finally found a task app that doesn’t make me turn into a contortionist.
I wanted to save some money by paying for one fewer cloud, so I made the transition a little while ago. Here’s a step-by-step on how to do it yourself.
The new Dock in iOS 11 opens up some big new doors for organizing your apps and keeping many more of them at the flick of your fingertips.