Tim Brookes

Joined July 2010

Tim is Mac and iOS editor for MakeUseOf and can currently be found living in Melbourne, Australia. You can check out his website at timbrookes.co.uk or find him on Twitter.

Feel free to contact at tbrookes@makeuseof.com

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iPhone Photo Apps Fragment, Lenka & AppAlchemy Are All Free [iOS Sales]

4th October, 2014

The newly released iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are both equipped with amazing cameras, and this week’s app sales are packed with photography apps to make the most of your new toy.

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Why Does Rain Smell? It’s Okay To Be Smart Answers This & More [Stuff to Watch]

30th September, 2014

Channels that actually focus on education are more important than they have ever been. Here’s one to check out.

Cheap Music Apps, Warhammer Quest & 2K DRIVE Free [iOS Sales]

27th September, 2014

If you’re looking for apps for your new iPhone 6 or 6 Plus – or you just fancy a bargain – you’re in the right place.

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Learn 10 Simple Self Improvement Tips In 10 Minutes [Stuff to Watch]

23rd September, 2014

These quick videos from Psychologist and author Richard Wiseman teach you simple ways to become better.

50% Off Broken Age, Fantastical 2 & Clear [iOS Sales]

20th September, 2014

Check out this week’s iPhone and iPad sales as developers scramble to update for iOS 8’s new features.

iOS 8 Is Here: 10 Reasons To Install It Right Away

18th September, 2014

If you own an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch, you’ll want to upgrade it to iOS 8 as soon as possible. Here’s why.

Exploring Japan’s Abandoned Haikyo & Its Effect On Communities [Stuff to Watch]

16th September, 2014

Urban exploration involves actively seeking out and documenting these places in photographs and videos for all to see. Enthusiasts risk personal safety and being caught by authorities to bring the rest of us some amazing sites.

Free Apps: Bomberman Chains, Goal Tracker Full & Smart Note Handwriting App [iOS Sales]

13th September, 2014

This week’s best offers include handwriting tool Smart Note, a classic 90s software synth reimagined on the iPad and a Bomberman-themed match 3 puzzler.

Should You Buy The Bigger iPhone 6 Plus?

12th September, 2014

The term “phablet” very much applies to Apple’s recently announced iPhone 6 Plus, but there’s more to it than just a bigger screen.

Apple’s Big Event: iPhone 6, Watch & New Wireless Payment System

11th September, 2014

Finally, the rumours are confirmed: two new larger iPhones and a smart timepiece known simply as the Apple Watch are on the way.

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A Quick Guide To Using A Mac For Windows Users

10th September, 2014

There are times in life when you find yourself having to use something other than your first choice out of necessity. This is true for computer operating systems too.

You Can Upgrade MS-DOS 6.22 To Windows 8, If You Really Want To [Stuff to Watch]

9th September, 2014

YouTube user Voltage^ condensed twenty six years of desktop computing into a short burst of nostalgia

Free iPhone Apps: Summary Pro, Unstoppable Gorg & Assassin’s Creed [iOS Sales]

6th September, 2014

This week’s app sales include not one but two premium-turned-free apps that are losing their price tags altogether.

Let Feminist Frequency Teach You A Thing Or Two About Women In Video Games [Stuff to Watch]

2nd September, 2014

I’ve got some bad news: video games are traditionally pretty sexist. Video blogger Anita Sarkeesian has noticed.

Grid Diary & Swipe Input Are Free, Dragon Quest VIII Also On Sale [iOS Sales]

30th August, 2014

Some weeks are better than others in the world of App Store promotions, and this week we’ve been blessed with a bounty of bargains.