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The leading stock photo agency, Getty Images, has made a bold decision to allow photos in its vast image library available for free use and posting, as long as they include the accompanying embedding code.
If you’re a frequent Evernote user then note-taking app Drafts could save you quite a few taps and little hassle when adding new content from your iPhone or iPad.
Your mail client should work for you, not against you. If your mailbox is cluttered with unread and unfiltered messages, you need to check out the IMAP mail client, MailMate.
Group emails can really kill productivity. It’s time to put mail clients to rest and use collaboration services like newly launched Slack.
The U.S. Federal Communication Commission (FCC) released this week an iPhone and Android Speed Test app which measures your mobile broadband performance, and displays results of download and upload speeds, latency, and packet loss.
If you want quick access to nearly everything on your Mac, without opening Finder windows or remembering dozens of keyboard shortcuts, then you need SpriTec’s SuperTab for Mac.
The Internet delivers information super-fast but cluttered web browsers don’t always handle this information in the most elegant of ways. This is why I recently started using OmniWeb again.
If you want more control over your Mac, Koingo’s powerful and easy to use MacPilot puts over one thousand tweaks at your command.
A new minimalist program called Clockwise for OS X provides access to automated tasks right from your Mac’s menu bar.
Do you keep a journal or diary on one of the several online life logs? You might be interested in publishing your thoughts in form of a book. Self-publishing is easier than you think
Documentary filmmaker, Ken Burns, just released an iPad app, also called Ken Burns. The application is a collection of short streaming videos, spanning the history of the U.S., from 1776 to 2000.
In celebration of the of the 50th anniversary of the The Beatles’ arrival in the U.S., Apple just released the North American editions of over a dozen albums available digitally for the first time.
Though good old pen and paper traditionally got the job done, digital mind mapping applications like MindNode offer flexibility and features that save time and trees.
Rdio.com just launched two new features on its iOS app to allow users to update playlists on their iPhone or iPod touch and write album and playlist reviews from within the app.
The smartphone messenger app and service, Kik, now includes a built-in web browser that allows users to do keyword searches and link directly to URLs without having to leave the app.