Sketch 49 Adds Prototyping, Libraries on Sketch Cloud and an Official iOS UI Kit

Sketch is one of the most popular design apps out there today. Over the years, Bohemian Coding — the company behind the app, has been evolving the app into an essential part of every designer’s toolkit. There’s no denying that Sketch has made a name for itself in the industry. Three years ago, the company decided to exit the [...]

ReadKit 2.5 Introduces a New Design, Touch Bar Support for New MacBook Pros and other improvements

ReadKit for Mac has been my choice of RSS app for over 3 years now and I spend several hours in a day reading through the content it brings to me via FeedBin and Instapaper/Pocket. However, the app’s development had somewhat stagnated in 2016 with lack of updates and bug fix releases, so much so that I was looking for a replacement. Thankfully, the developer has been working on a substantial update over the last few months and version 2.5 of the app is now ready for the Mac App Store.

ReadKit 2.5 introduces a new design, a new theme and a host of other improvements to the app. The app now sports a unified toolbar instead of the two toolbars at the top and bottom in the previous versions. I like that the Search field has been moved to the top now. This update also introduces support for the Touch Bar on the new MacBook Pros and adds a new “Black” theme to the app. I do wish there was a way to customize or add your own themes though.

ReadKit 2.5 is a Free Update to existing users and the app is available for $9.99 on the Mac App Store.


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