There’s a wealth of great note taking apps on the App Store today. Here we pick 5 of our favorites, from simple to fully featured, with different options that are sure to be perfect for your iPhone or iPad.
AirTable is one of the best and most beautiful looking apps to make databases. Learn how to add new fields to databases you create in our easy how to.
Apple’s own Notes gives you the ability to create grocery lists right from within the app. Save yourself the hassle of having to download a whole separate app just for this simple task.
We are gathering up the best Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals on apps for iOS and Mac. Keep checking back to find updated deals at some of the best prices you’ll ever see!
Apple has done a lot of work with their iOS 10 upgrade to make accessibility one of Apple Music’s best new features. The upgrade is big, bold, and makes finding your entire music collection a lot easier.
Apple Music is one of the best streaming music services out there. There are a lot of features hidden under the hood in Apple’s latest redesign to the app, and they’re sure to make your listening experience a lot better.
Spotify is one of the most fully featured music streaming apps out there. Use these 3 tips to make Spotify even better, and become a power user of the app!
Scheduling tweets is one of the most popular ways to make your social media presence shine. While Twitter’s official app still doesn’t offer the option to schedule tweets, there are a few apps on iOS that can make the process simple.
Being able to use two screens rather than one can boost your productivity in a big way. Whether you’re writing in one screen, and doing research on another, or using one screen to podcast, and view your recording levels on the second screen, the benefits of using two screens are limitless.
Twitter lists are an invaluable feature, and can help you make sense of the near every second stream of Tweets that you’ll see. From grouping people who enjoy your interests together, to using them for business, lists make Twitter extremely useful.
One of the biggest barriers to learning guitar used to be cost. In today’s day and age, any computer or phone that can connect to the internet can allow you to learn guitar easily and on the cheap. I wanted to share some of my most used apps for guitar practice and playing. These range from simple utilities (like a metronome) to full on backing tracks. These are the apps I go to every time I pick up a guitar to practice. Let’s dig in!
The 2016 Olympics in Rio are in full swing. Now more than ever there are a number of ways to watch, go behind the scenes, and talk about the Olympics. Here are some great apps that’ll help you watch the Olympics or have an awesome second screen experience.