I have been experimenting with using the built-in Notes app on iOS and macOS lately. I’ve found some unique capabilities that make it a pretty interesting project management app, in particular the ability on macOS to add links to files from the Finder, as well as drag in links to email messages and setup names as mailto hyperlinks.Continue reading “Project Management in Apple Notes”
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
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 a big fan of Readability, but I’ve had to quit using the app. Continue reading “Goodbye Readability, Hello Pocket”
Archives is the iOS version of the excellent ZIP (and more) archive utility for Mac OS X, and it works great. Continue reading “Archives: ZIP Archive App for iOS”