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If you want to move beyond dry pens and yellow markers for reading and studying purposes, the iPad is perfectly designed for reading, highlighting, and annotating ebooks, PDFs, and other documents.
Text-to-speech technology has improved greatly over the years, and though you can enable the Speak Selection feature in iOS, Voice Dream Reader puts it to shame.
Your Mac desktop can easily become crowded with open windows, browser pages, and other applications – take back that space with Optimal Layout.
Twitter just announced that it has introduced a feature for users to mute the tweets and retweets of individuals they follow, similar to how it’s done in the third-party app, Tweetbot.
When it comes to getting a research paper, ebook or novel completed, Scrivener can help you stay organized and motivated — that is, if you know how to use some of its best features.
Alfred just released a significant update for its Powerpack features, including context sensitive workflow hotkeys, external triggering of workflows using AppleScript, and a workflow action for opening a static file with a specified application.
Yesterday Adobe released Adobe Voice, a self-contained story telling production app for the iPad. Similar to PowerPoint and Keynote, Adobe Voice allows users to create a voice narrated slideshow on the iPad.
Peekster news content curation app for the iPhone does for print media what Shazam does for music. It can scan the headline of a printed article and deliver it in digital form on your smartphone.
We all know the iPad is not just for adults, and there are few better examples of how a digital app can help children engage with writing than the creative app Write About This.
If you want to control your Mac from your iOS device there are two very powerful solutions: FullControl and BetterTouchTool’s BTT Remote.
If you still use handwritten notes but like the idea of going paperless, your iPad can bridge the gap between handwritten notes and digital text.
Cataloguing your books, DVDs, games, and other media couldn’t be easier than with an iPhone and one a few good scanner and media library apps — most notably Fantastic Library and GoodReads.
If you want to start acing school exams, you’re probably going to want to start using flashcards.
There’s little reason to create grocery lists on paper or in apps like Evernote when you can shop smartly by using a dedicated shopping list manager on the iPhone.
Mac OS X comes with a powerful drive encryption tool known as FileVault, but if you’d like to hide and encrypt your private files from plain sight, an app like Hider 2 makes it easy.