So you want to send the audio from your iPhone to your Mac, and be able to control the playback functions on the iPhone from the Mac? Airfoil and iKeyboardRemote will do the trick. Read on for how to do this, and why you would even bother. Continue reading “Play & Control iPhone Audio on Mac”
Just a quick roundup of some new iPhone apps I’m liking:
Triage – quickly process your email Inbox
Yahoo Weather – slick and to the point, with the right info presented cleanly
CamFind – impressive app that searches anything, based on photos.
Rockmelt – Flipboard news app competitor, allows for hiding articles and scrolling stories instead of flipping virtual pages
Since the recent update to Drafts with the expanded URL Scheme functionality, I’ve been monkeying around with nvALT plaintext journaling and note taking. There’s a cool browser extension for snagging text and webpages in plain text format and adding them as new notes to your nvALT folder.
It’s on the main nvALT page, but it’s easy to miss.
I plan on posting about this plaintext approach in detail, but just sharing the bookmarklet for now.
1Keyboard is a virtual bluetooth keyboard application for Mac OS X that allows you to wirelessly connect to Bluetooth enabled devices such as your iPhone, iPad and Apple TV. It does not require a wireless Bluetooth keyboard. Works great. It went from free to being a paid app since I tried it out. There’s a free demo that lasts for 2 days so you can give it a whirl.
I’m always looking for more ways to use Drafts on my iPhone, as well as more ways to access it. I discovered a way to have access via the Notification Center list using Launch Center Pro. I doubt I’m the first to write about this, but thought I’d share anyways.
Maplets is like having a live-updating “You Are Here” marker on your actual trail map. Hands-down my favorite map app for the iPhone when it comes to hiking, biking and exploring. Continue reading “Maplets: GPS-Enabled Custom Maps App for iPhone”
I’m a big fan of Readability, but I’ve had to quit using the app. Continue reading “Goodbye Readability, Hello Pocket”