Category: Mac

Things 3

Things 3.1 — “Let’s Put a Smile back on that Face”

When we recently reviewed Things 3 a couple of months ago, Preshit had wonderful things (see what I did there?) to say about it – from its achingly beautiful design, to spectacular transitions, and much more in between. It even went on to win the highly coveted Apple Design Award this year. Something he didn’t like about the app was the fact that it didn’t support Repeating To-Dos in projects. While all of us could, potentially, come up with a...

Day One Journal Apps

Day One Journal Shifts to a Subscription Model for ‘Premium’ Features

Day One — the popular journaling app for iOS and Mac has today announced that it will be transitioning to a subscription-based service going forward, in order to have a more stable business model for the company. This week, Day One is introducing the Day One Premium service that will cost $50 per year and will let you create more than 10 journals and give you access to additional features that the company will add to the service in the...

iMazing Mini

iMazing Mini — Supercharged Backup for your iPhone and iPad

Apple’s devices are a marvel of engineering – of that, there’s no doubt. Even their staunchest critics will admit that Apple’s hardware design is second to none. What drives people away from Apple, besides their pricing decisions, is usually their stranglehold on the software. Apple’s philosophy is to simplify the User Experience, usually at the cost of customizability. Sometimes, though, they take this even further than logic dictates necessary. While their sandboxing model can be both a good security measure...

Day One Journal Adds End-to-End Encryption Feature to the iOS App

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...

Bear

Bear App’s 1.2 Update Adds Sketches and Custom Icons

The mighty Bear app continues to impress us with every release. The already stellar and versatile notes app got better with its v1.1 update released just a couple of months ago, and now the developers have landed another massive feature in the app — sketching. Sketch Bear app has been updated to Version 1.2 today and you can now add sketches to your notes in the app. While inside a note, you can tap the squiggly line glyph to invoke...