Earlier this year, My favorite RSS Reader got a major update with iCloud sync on macOS. This week, the iOS version also updated with new features, including iCloud sync as well. Now you don’t need third-party service to keep your feeds in sync across multiple devices.
Streaming of music today is a common case, and probably you have saved enough of playlists and would like to organize them.
In one week, Apple will have their yearly developer conference where they announce new features for different OS which will be shipped officially in Fall.
Many folks have reviewed Ulysses, but still many have not heard about it. It is a text editor with minimalistic design and powerful features for writing.
Late last year I became interested in automation on my devices. Since computers ment to help us, why not take it to the next level and automate repetitive tasks?
First when Tot came out, I thought what am I going to use another text related application for?
As iPhone was the first of my devices I learned to use, touch was obviously the primary input method. It worked to send short messages and look up something in a browser, but nothing longer than that. I tried Siri, and it works from time to time. I can't rely on functionality which is unstable and you can't be sure that outcome will be as you wanted. Usually, I end up with double-checking the things that were processed by 'smart' assistent. In addition, often needed to change or correct the results.
Everyone has a limited amount of time they want or can spend on content online. Not every website has an indication of how long it will take to read through a blogpost or an article. From a visual users perspective it is very straightforward.