Category: Apps

Notebooks – a new Note management tool for Mac/iOS

It’s early – I’ve just downloaded an exciting new app for Mac and iOS called Notebooks.  It’s focus seems to be more on management, organization and deep search, with strong tools to create and edit notes.  Not all the pieces are in place yet: No Apple Pencil sketch support, etc.  It uses DropBox for storage,...

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Toy Overload! Utilities I love and struggle to use

I love my utilities, primarily on my MacBook.  1Password, Pastebot, Text Expander, Duet Display, Fantastical, Better Touch Tool(?), and so on. My problem is that I struggle to actually USE them consistently.  Each one of these have incredible value and use, and so often I end up not even coming close to actually making them work...

Top Ten Mac Apps 2016

Everyone else does it, so I might as well. I’ve poked the fire and decided that these are my true, honest-to-goodness, best apps for my Mac. Now, I want to clarify: I use a 15″ MacBook Pro. I don’t use an external monitor, except for the noted below Duet Display at times. I wear bifocals,...

Apple updates iOS Interface Resources

Apple just released a new update to their Human Interface Guidelines, including a massive collection of nice resources available to download for either Photoshop or Sketch. I’ve really taken to Sketch lately, so that’s a nice bonus right there, but it’s really great to have such a massive collection of information and tools to make...