After Remember The Milk introduced its Smart Add feature, multi-edit mode was turned on by default. Previously, each time users logged in, they had to manually enable this mode before editing multiple tasks. There was […]
iPhone application developer tap tap tap shared this wonderful video of their Convert (iTunes link) app’s design evolution on their blog recently. This kind of attention to detail is why we love iPhone apps and their […]
When adding another “from” address to your Gmail account, you can now specify external SMTP servers so the message is genuine; no more “on be half of” cruft that reveals your true Gmail address. This […]
Favstar: Sign in. I love micro-copy like this: the folks at Favstar clearly recognise that people are becoming wary of mashups having access to your Twitter account, and make it extremely clear as to what […]
Fever, Shaun Inman’s unique, self-hosted news reader, automatically deletes news items that are not Saved after 10 weeks. This setting can be adjusted in Fever’s Preferences > Refreshing pane, with options of 2, 4, and […]
When invoking the application organization mode in iPhone OS 3.0, you can now shift through multiple pages in a direction simply by holding the app to one the other sides of the display. Previously, in […]
While drafting a Gmail message in Safari, I noticed that it accepts styling shortcuts from traditional text editors. Hotting Command/Control-b, for example, will bold text, Command-i will italicize, and Command-u will underline.
Voice Control in iPhone OS 3.0 took over the iPhone’s “press-and-hold the Home button to do something” ability, so the method to force-quit a stuck app has changed. Now you have to hold the power […]