Category: Apple Watch

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Twitter Launches a Redesigned UI Across iPhone, iPad and the Web [Updated]

Twitter today announced a major redesign to its UI across all its major platforms — iPhone, iPad and Android apps, Tweetdeck, as well as on the Web (including the Mobile website and Twitter Lite). This redesign introduces a consistent design languages across all the platforms and also introduces a (much needed) refreshing experience to the product. Of course, just like all the previous redesigns, the changes introduced today aren’t going well with its user base. The biggest change today comes...

The Winners of Apple Design Awards 2017

In a surprising change of tradition, this year for WWDC 2017, Apple chose not to host a public ceremony for their annual Apple Design Awards. Instead, according to Rene Ritchie at iMore, Apple held a private event this year with sort of a meet-and-greet with Craig Federighi and other Apple executives. The ADAs are immensely coveted and a big deal, and having your name announced in front of a large audience and to run to the stage to claim your...

Percent Mate App for Apple Watch

Percent Mate Wearable is a Percentage Calculator for Apple Watch

If you’ve ever found yourself looking for a quick way to carry out percentage calculations on the go, Percent Mate is here to help you. Percent Mate is an app that’s designed exclusively to help you with percentage calculations. It comes in two variants — Percent Mate — an iPhone-only app and Percent Mate Wearable — an app for Apple Watch. Percent Mate is designed for calculations of (sales) growth rates, climb rate s(RoC), response rates (returns, complaints), weight loss/gain,...

Nuzzel Adds a Pro Subscription to the iOS App

Things 3

Things 3: The Return of the Delightful To-Do App from Cultured Code

If my memory serves me correctly, Cultured Code’s Things was one of the first 3rd-party apps I’d spent serious money on. I first came across the app when Shawn Blanc — my favorite source of app recommendations back then — wrote this extensive review of Things on his blog. I was new to the whole “GTD” concept, but there was something very peculiar and attractive about how Things looked and worked. I was instantly hooked. And so were several others,...

Twitterrific for iOS Offers Alternative App Icons