Tag Archives: ios

25 Coolest Things Apple’s Workflow App Can Do

Tom’s Guide: The Workflow app for iOS was always widely recognized as one of the platform’s most powerful apps. And now, it’s a part of the platform, after Apple bought Workflow and made the app available for free. Because of that, there’s never been a better time to give it a try. Here are 25 […]

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Gift Plan

I’ve been using a little iOS app for a few years to do all my gift planning and shopping. It’s called “Gift Plan,” and costs a mere buck ($1). This app is great; it does one thing and does it extremely well. It lets you keep track of everyone and every occasion for which you […]

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A Netflix for Books?

Peter Osnos writing at The Atlantic: Ultimately, that distinction is still very much up for grabs, but the leader so far among the start-ups seems to be Oyster, a company that launched its app last September for use on iOS devices (iPhones and iPads, with Android in development) and almost immediately was touted as a […]

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Nest Learning Thermostat is a Remarkable Device

Wow. Just wow. I follow the technology- and Apple-centric news sites and blogs, so of course I’ve been hearing about the Nest Learning Thermostat for a while. I really hadn’t given serious thought to getting one until about a week ago, when my home thermostat lost touch sensitivity on the middle third of the touch […]

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iOS 5 beta 2 is out

Didn’t see it yesterday evening, but Apple has released iOS 5 beta 2 for developers, along with Xcode 4 Developer Preview 2 and iTunes 10.5 beta 2. This comes as a relief to me, because despite the constant warning from Apple that “[t]his beta version of iOS should only be deployed on devices dedicated for […]

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Apple Q&A on Location Data

3. Why is my iPhone logging my location? The iPhone is not logging your location. Rather, it’s maintaining a database of Wi-Fi hotspots and cell towers around your current location

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WordPress for iOS

I must say, the WordPress for iOS app has really matured since I last used it (it was called WordPress for iPhone back then…).

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