I think I finally found a task app that doesn’t make me turn into a contortionist.
I’ve been asked what Dropmark is and how I use it, so here we go. TL;DR: it’s a service for bookmarks, file sharing, and collaboration, and it’s replaced a few things for me. I really like it.
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: […]
If you have a hard time remembering how far you’ve come in your personal or work life, here’s a great way to start saving a bread crumb trail of your wins.
When preparing my review of Ulysses 2.5 for MacStories, I asked my fine Twitter followers for any questions they’d like me to answer. I covered some of them in my review, but it occurred to […]
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?
Alfred is a search utility like Apple’s Spotlight, except with more features and flexibility. Among its myriad of useful tools is the ability to kick any search query out to the engine of your choice. And choice […]
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.
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, […]
Smartphones usually embed location info when you shoot photos. Preview in Yosemite gained a fast, simple tool for removing it.