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While the dock can’t be entirely eliminated, there are many powerful alternatives that can reduce your dependence on using the dock as an app launcher.
If you’re looking for a supplement or an alternative to Evernote, let me — a notebook junkie — suggest Letterspace or Fetchnotes for pure simplicity and ease of use.
When it comes to getting more done on your Mac, Alfred Remote puts many common tasks quite literally at your fingertips via your iPhone or iPad.
Conference calling on your iPhone is basically a single-tap process, but there are other features you should know about to make the process easier to manage.
Evernote is useful as a brain dump. But it doesn’t have a useful process for reviewing your content, which means lots of valuable information can be forgotten. Now, there’s a solution.
When it comes to giving your website and social network content an attractive edge, Canva is the online graphic design application and resource that can make it happen. I started a new blog site this year, and nearly all my designs for the site originate from Canva. I use Canva because it allows me, a […]
After replacing Google’s navigation, Apple Maps endured a rocky start, heaps of criticism and some very funny jokes – but has all been forgiven?
When tackling writing projects, you need the best writing environment possible to get the job done. Here are seven of them.
Adding reminders and calendar events to your iPhone should be a painless process – and it can be if you use the right time-saving apps and tricks.
You will be amazed by what features can be packed into simple keyboard.
Here’s a Yosemite feature you might have missed: Apple has made it easier to create custom voice commands using Automator.
You once needed expensive software and a lesson in patience to control your Mac with your voice, but now you can do it with little more than Apple’s latest free upgrade to OS X.
In the visual age of the Internet it’s relatively easy to create your own graphic designs, but they don’t have to look homemade.
Your iPhone may some day be the only device you need to purchase products and services, but first you need to start using Apple Pay.
If you want to reduce the hassles of copying and pasting text or managing clippings, you should take iClip for a test drive.