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iPhone and iPad
It’s time to do less typing and more talking with the new real time voice-to-text feature in iOS 8.
The recent release of iOS 8 brought with it a flurry of third-party app updates to spice up your new or existing Apple mobile device.
Control your Mac with the wave of your hand instead of keyboard presses. BetterTouchTool and the Leap Motion controller can power-up your workflow with dozens of mouseless shortcuts.
Droool ($9.99) is a one-of-a-kind social experience for OS X that allows you to view recent Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, RSS and Finder images in a single location.
One useful path to personal self-improvement is through keeping a journal. But this approach requires journal writing to become a habit. A journaling challenge could be the push you need to just begin.
Most of us would rather babysit hungry baby twins than give a speech to an audience of strangers, but unique iOS app called PromptSmart promises to make the task a little easier.
Apple’s iBooks and Amazon’s Kindle are two of the best apps for reading a book and each has its own strengths and weaknesses – but which is right for your reading habits?
Take your emails from plain text to personal. Apple’s Mail includes often-overlooked attractive Stationery templates for making your messages stand out.
When it comes to greeting cards, iPhoto for Mac makes it easy to create your own using one or more photos and your own unique message.
When it comes to managing projects and tasks with other people, emails and phone calls are not enough. That’s why a cross-platform solution like Beesy is worth checking out.
Bookends for Mac practically performs the research and citation formatting tasks for you.
If you want to increase your writing productivity on your Mac, one sure fire way to do so is to use full-screen mode in a distraction-free text editor program.