With iOS 10 on the horizon, Messages users are about to get a ton of different fun messaging features and ways to communicate. There are a number of third-party keyboards available on the App Store, and while there still might be some kinks as to how quickly they load up, and the ease of switching between multiple keyboards, when they do work, they can really help. Here are three great third-party keyboards that’ll turn you into a wordsmith and help you find any information!
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.
Action and share extensions have immensely changed how I use iOS over the last two years or so. Things that used to take me 3 apps and several minutes to accomplish can now be done in mere seconds and just a few taps. If you aren’t familiar with share and action extensions already, there’s never
A few years back I looked forward to checking into my favorite TV shows and movies on GetGlue and seeing how many of my other friends were watching what I was. There’s something to be said about movie and TV tracking apps that build a sense of community, which is why I think GetGlue did
There are hundreds, maybe even thousands, of games available in the App Store. I’ve played tons of them over the years. Some of those games eventually ended up getting deleted, or moved to the last few pages of my games folder, where they remain for long car or plane rides. However, there are a few
Project management can get overwhelming quickly, especially if you’re juggling multiple initiatives and deadlines all at once. From keeping your team on track to ensuring there is good communication and planning between you and your client, there are tons of project management apps available in the App Store to help you tackle even the most
A few weeks ago I stumbled across a Notification Center app called Orby Widgets. Not only can you use Orby to make calls and send messages faster, you can also view iPhone system info such as memory and storage, launch apps, and even perform conversions.