I think I finally found a task app that doesn’t make me turn into a contortionist.
I don’t want to be ruled by push notifications. But I found a great way to make them useful without being intrusive. Maybe this can help you, too.
Some are starting to wonder if Slack is more of a trend than the powerful, enabling tool that it can be. But spending a little time to set up a guide can do wonders for your organization and Slack’s effectiveness in it.
Dispatch, a feature-packed email app and my daily driver, now supports hardware keyboard shortcuts, making it really easy to bring third-party apps into your email workflow. Like Alfred and Spotlight, you can quickly send […]
Split View, Slide Over, and Picture in Picture are some of my favorite new features in iOS 9. Here are the ways to trigger each, as well as the best tips I’ve found so far for getting the most out of them.
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 […]
Twitter changed how its Favorite button works, but fortunately there are plenty of iOS apps that are much better suited to your needs.
A clever way to approach handling tasks in a world of devices that fit on, in, and under our hands.
New in iOS 9 is a universal, contextual back button on the left side of the status bar. When you tap something in App A that takes you to App B, this back button appears […]
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, […]