Assembla Releases Cornerstone 4 with Support for Shelving and Checkpointing Features

Earlier this year, Cornerstone — the popular and possibly the best Subversion (SVN) client for Mac was acquired by Assembla. The company has been working on a major update to Cornerstone over the last three months, which was released this month in the form of Cornerstone 4.

Cornerstone 4 is the first and only Mac SVN app with support for Shelving and Checkpointing features of SVN. Shelving allows you to temporarily save your uncommitted modifications (that is, “shelve” them) and return to the main working tree. Checkpointing allows you to create checkpoints that you can jump back to when working locally. Both these features have been long requested by the community, so it’s good to see them make their way into the app.

Cornerstone 4 is available via a recurring subscription of $79/year.


Access Thousands of Royalty-Free Photos for Free with Unsplash App for iPhone and iPad

Unsplash is one of my favorite websites on the internet today. It is not only a fantastic resource for stunning, high-quality photos that you can download and use for free, it is also a brilliant source of inspiration for photographers like me to spend their free time. There are some super talented photographers posting their work there [...]


Firefox 11 for iOS Enables Tracking Protection by Default & Adds Helpful iPad Features

Mozilla seems to be the only major entity today that cares about user security, privacy & data control. The company has over the last year taken some commendable policy decisions and has released products like Firefox Focus for iPhone & iPad — a privacy-focused browser that blocks ads and other trackers on any websites you visit, [...]


Google Assistant for iPhone and iPad Now Supports Hindi and Indonesian Languages

The Google Assistant app for iOS has just been updated with support for Hindi and Indonesian languages. Version 1.2.5806, which is now rolling out on the App Store, comes hot on the heels of version 1.2.4507 released last week that introduced iPad support in the app.

To make Google Assistant speak these new languages, you have to change your iOS Device language by going to Settings → General → Language & Region → [Device] Language


Refined Twitter — A Browser Extension for a Better Twitter Web Experience

I just learned about this great new browser extension by Sindre Sorhus called Refined Twitter that makes modifications to the Twitter Website in order to offer a much better user experience and features. At the same time, it also fixes many “dumb annoyances” with the website. You can read more about it here and check out the open-source code on GitHub.

It’s available as a Chrome Extension, but you can also install it for Firefox and Opera. If you use Safari or Edge, well, oops!



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