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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.
If you require extensive, detailed meeting agendas and minutes, two Mac Store applications – both called Meetings – offer useful solutions not available in other OS X software.
Did you know that the latest tools and features in Evernote make it a very useful application for managing meetings?
If you’re a Mac power user, application launcher Alfred is a powerful way to get things done with click-saving workflows and a few swift keystrokes.
Evernote is a useful digital file drawer, but launching and adding notes can be as tedious as hunting for a pen paper to record a phone number. EverMemo aims to speed up the process.
Outlines are useful for completing writing projects, taking class notes, brainstorming ideas and creating agendas for important meetings. Cloud Outliner is designed to make outlines even better.
After previously making its synchronization process 4x faster, Evernote released this Thursday new updates to its iOS apps that allow users to customize the sections and color of the home screen, and to optimize for better sound quality of audio notes.
The latest update adds features to the iOS version of Amazon’s Kindle e-reader that makes it more useful than Apple’s own iBooks for reading eBooks and PDFs.
If most of your work involves a computer, an OS X application called Timing can help you track exactly where the hours go.
If you’ve been wanting to read books, but can’t always find the time, a Berlin-based book collection startup called Blinkist thinks it has a solution.
Like the mobile version of the app, Mail Pilot for Mac is very useful for managing important email like a to-do list.
Outread is a unique app for iPhone that’s designed to train your eyes to read content faster and not subvocalize each word you see.