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.
In Mail’s top-level Mailboxes sidebar, you can enable a number of smart mailboxes and add your own folders for quick access. Some of the pre-built folders are pretty handy, like Attachments, Thread Notifications, and All […]
iOS has evolved in amazing ways over the years, and I want to look back at the major end-user features that made a big difference in the ways we work and play.
There are plenty of “I wish Apple would add this” to iOS posts floating around, but I want to focus on something more specific: iOS and Apple’s core apps that are missing important features from […]
There was a discussion recently about the use of modal dialogs in apps to prompt users to take action for things like App Store reviews or adding and changing content. Are these modals too intrusive? Are […]
Readdle recently released Calendars 5 for iOS, a beautifully rewritten version of my favorite calendar app. This new version sports a gorgeous new user interface with various modes for viewing your events and tasks. In […]
Lion gained a spelling correction feature from iOS that many people find… annoying, to be polite about it. Now, OS X has long underlined misspelled words in red while you write in almost any application. […]
Delete unused iOS device backups to reclaim space – Apple support document via Shawn Blanc, who deleted a few and recovered over 3GB of space. iTunes creates a new, separate backup every time you restore […]