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Wirelessly printing photos and documents straight from your iPhone and iPad can be as easy as sending someone a text message, using one of several built-in and third-party options.
Safari is sleek, powerful, intuitive and well-connected — but it can also simplify your life. Here’s how you can turn Safari into a productivity powerhouse.
Spotlight and Alfred not cutting it? LaunchBar puts applications, web searches and a whole load of functions at your fingertips while you type.
If Evernote is your digital file drawer of choice, you should know that are a range of handy iOS apps designed to add content to your cloud notebooks without having to launch the app itself.
If you’ve heard about markdown but not yet had chance to try it out, this short video should get you up to speed with the language that makes creating content for the web easy.
From putting folders in the dock to blocking incoming calls, there are lots of iOS tips and features that many new and veteran users are still unaware of.
A few years back, I gave up on the original OmniFocus because it felt too complicated for what I needed – step in the redesigned and cleaner Omnifocus 2.
A powerful take management application is the best way to stay on top of your to-dos and projects, and 2Do is one of the most robust cross-platform organisers for Mac, iOS and Android.
It doesn’t matter if you can’t draw, creating zentangles is a relaxing zen-like activity that’s bound to lower blood pressure and get your creative juices flowing.
Forming good lifestyle habits is key to better personal health and productivity. Some we cultivate while growing up, others are harder to achieve without commitment – and your iPhone can help.
In the world of iPhoneography, you can never have enough camera apps. Whether it’s photos, videos or selfies – there’s bound to be a better tool for the job than Apple’s stock app.
GoodReader has been called the Swiss Army knife for reading, marking up, and managing PDFs, and with the release of GoodReader 4 as a separate app it’s time to ask: is it worth buying again?
Twitter recently added a functionality that allows users of TweetDeck to attach images to scheduled tweets. It’s available on the web, Windows, and Google Chrome versions of TweetDeck.
The information capturing service, Springpad.com is shutting down on June 25th. The Springpad blog says that because of a lack of funding, the site, which was free to members, is no longer self-sustaining.
Keep Everything is an archive solution for Mac and iOS for saving webpages, images, videos and notes in a neat digital file drawer that syncs via Dropbox.