Alright, lets take a look at the apps that I used the most in 2016. I’ll also make note of the apps that have been replaced by another app in the same category.
With the launch of the iPhone 7 also came the debut of Apple’s latest mobile operating system, iOS 10. This latest version of the OS brought with it a ton of new changes, improvements, and added features.
One of those new features is the ability to add stickers to text messages in the Messages app ( or iMessage ).
I’ve had a few people ask me where to find them so I decided to make a short video to walk you through it.
Inspired by this post from M.G. Siegler, I’m taking a look at the apps that I used the most in 2015. I’ll also make note of the apps that have been replaced by another app in the same category.
Every hour, the app plays the sound of a tibetan singing bowl.
It reminds you to be mindful and take a break.
It was created to be subtle. You can adjust bowl volume. It displays how long it has been since you’ve taken a break in the OSX Menu Bar.
I love it because it does not interupt your workflow, take over the screen of your computer, or induce a negative response to the act of being mindful.
Simple yet elegant.
Download the app and give it a try.
Inspired by this post from M.G. Siegler, I’m taking a look at the apps that I used the most in 2014. I’ll also make note of the apps that have been replaced by another app in the same category.
Paper by FiftyThree is a beautiful app for iPad. The attention to detail is amazing. It is great for sketching or jotting down ideas. In this review we will look at the pristine interface, realistic brushes, color options, and other gesture features.
In 2007, I got my first iPhone. I remember one of the very first apps that I downloaded once the SDK was released was Woot Watch by Dave Rahardja. Hey, I’m a fan of Woot; the site that is all about a deal a day. What better way to keep up with it?
Rahardja ended up getting a job at Apple and was only allowed to maintain the app – bug fixes. Last update was Dec 15, 2010. Heck, the copyright still says 2009.
Since Tweetie was purchased from atebits you can definitely tell that priorities have shifted to align more with the focus of Twitter, Inc. Expected but unfortunately features that we have all come to love have been removed over time. This has been reflected in the Mac app as well as the iPhone app. ( Fred Oliveira sums it up well in his post Dear Twitter. )