Monday, October 20, 2014

iOS 8: The iMore Review   

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Rene Ritchie wrote a comprehensive review of Apple’s latest mobile operating system, iOS 8. Here are a few of the new features that impress me the most: Handoff: With Handoff, as long as your iPhone and iPad are logged in … Continue reading →

Sunday, April 27, 2014

Spoiler Shield   

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John-Michael Bond, writing for TUAW: Spoiler Shield is a free iOS app that allows you to scan your Facebook and Twitter feeds without worrying about unintentionally finding out who killed who this week. When you’re viewing your feeds with the … Continue reading →

Sunday, February 16, 2014

‘THX tune-up’ App for iOS   

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THX tune-up features custom video test patterns, carefully selected photos and tutorials to help you adjust and confirm the best picture settings on your display based on your room lighting. I recently used this free app to calibrate my television. … Continue reading →

Tuesday, January 7, 2014

The tablet magazine ship is sinking. Fast.   

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Eddie Vassallo, writing for Gigaom: Now that all iOS 7 apps can enjoy background refresh and download, and given the ability to hide the app and even “mute” Newsstand reminders – publishers are forced to compete on a completely level … Continue reading →

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

iOS 7: Tips, Tricks, and Details   

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Chris Herbert, writing for MacStories: Spotlight doesn’t have a dedicated Home screen page anymore. It’s now accessible from any page — just swipe down on any screen to reveal it and swipe up to hide it. […] You can quit … Continue reading →