Unless you have never used a traditional computer, you are probably used to the way of how multitasking works on a desktop platform. In comparison to iPadOS, it is familiar and therefore feels snappy and right at home. For this reason, when you pick your iPad to do some lightweight work, you get the feeling that something is broken.
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?
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.
are on their way and they will have support for running iOS apps. I started to wonder what if I was given the choice to bring only one application from iOS and add it to my collection on macOS, which one it should be?
It did not take a long time before overcast came to mind. Excellent podcast player Overcast, I have everything I need from a feature perspective, quick navigation, and seamless sync between iPhone and iPad.
After iOS 14 was released last week, some VoiceOver users and even I noticed that the responsiveness was much slower than usual. It’s a bummer when a new OS release brings more bugs instead of long awaited features to your device.
You may wonder, “another tech blog in 2020?” Maybe it’s too late to write about this topic, but I will write from the perspective of a blind guy.
Here, I will share tech tips, how easy or difficult it actually is to be a blind user, review of various applications and much more.
Fall is already here, so the first articles are just around the corner!