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.
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.
I’m often asked, “what’s a simple way I can sign a PDF without having to print the document out?” Many times, the person is trying to live the paperless lifestyle. There are a number of great PDF apps that can wrangle all sorts of text for editing and signatures. Some of my favorites are PDF Expert and Documents, both from Readdle, and some of the offerings from Adobe. However, after having tried many of these apps, I’ve stuck with PDFpen from Smile Software, makers of another favorite of mine, TextExpander.
Looking to get all the stuff out of your brain into a task manager with one worfklow? We have you covered! Check out this Workflow to Omnifocus how to.
Ever since the release of the 12.9″ iPad Pro last fall, there has been a debate raging over whether or not it could truly be a laptop replacement. Last month’s launch of the 9.7″ model just fueled the fire. The iPad Pro is one of the more polarizing products Apple has released in recent memory,
When I purchased a 12.9” iPad Pro back in November, I bought an Apple Pencil to go with it. When I decided against the 12.9” iPad Pro, I still kept my Apple Pencil. Even though I don’t draw, I found a lot of other ways the Apple Pencil fit into my workflow — and because
I’ve been spending the past week or so doing some app spring cleaning on my iPad, partially in preparation for the arrival of my new 9.7” iPad Pro on Thursday. During the process I realized that I have way too many document editing apps — half of which I have either never launched, or they
Traveling abroad, especially for the first time, can be overwhelming. From figuring out transit systems to finding places to say, there’s a lot to consider. That’s why over the past several years, I’ve come to rely on a handful of choice apps to help me travel better, smarter, and cheaper.
Following up on Ally and Brian’s picks for best iPhone and iPad games of all time, it’s now my turn to share what I have enjoyed playing the most over the past several years. While many games have come and gone, here are the ones that have always held a special place on my Home
Here are a wide variety of games that I love. From new games to classics, these are some of my favorites.