Tagged: links

Pushpin — Pinboard app for iPhone and iPad

Pushpin for iOS Makes Premium Fonts Free for Everyone

Pushpin for Pinboard is our favorite Pinboard app for iPhone and iPad. It offers a lovely mix of simplicity and elegance, combined with a great set of features. Ever since the complete overhaul of the app with Version 3.0, Pushpin has been an easy recommendation for anyone looking for a Pinboard app for iOS. And with the offline support introduced in Version 4.0, Pushpin has become the best Pinboard client out there. The developers just dropped v4.1.2 on the App...

Droplr for Android

Droplr Releases its Official App for Android

Droplr has been my favorite ‘quick-sharing’ service for a long time now. The Droplr app has been an integral part of my menubar for a little over 7 years now and it has worked as a fantastic tool to share not just screenshots and URLs, but also photos, videos, clipboard contents, and many more formats. Droplr generates a short, unique URL for anything you upload, allowing you to share them with anyone. The service was completely revamped in 2015 and...


Dropmark — A Peerless Digital Scrapbook

Notes apps are a dime a dozen — Apple’s own built-in solution is excellent, and keeps getting progressively better with each release of iOS. Evernote, the Prince-turned-Pauper, continues to be the preferred solution for a lot of people, despite the seemingly unknown direction its parent company is taking. Bear, the excellent Evernote replacement, which we’ve covered here at BP, also keeps on getting better and better, and offers one of the best ways to save Web Page content we’ve ever...


Bumpr — A Nifty Utility to Handle your URL Clicks

Bumpr is a nifty utility for macOS that lets you choose where you want to open the link you’ve just clicked on. There’s a very good chance you have at least two browsers installed on your Mac and even more emails apps, considering just how many mail clients have made their debut in recent years after Sparrow. On my Mac, I have the Safari and Chrome browsers installed and 5 different emails apps, 3 of which I use regularly. To...

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