Mon 1:40pm By Thorin Klosowski
If you've signed up for the Yosemite beta program, you now have access to the beta of Apple's iPhoto replacement, Photos. It's available in the Mac App Store right now.Read more...
Feb 24, 2015, 2:30 pm By Thorin Klosowski
iOS: If you're sick of the boring grid view of your apps on iOS, Makeovr is a little webapp that allows you to create invisible icons so you can customize your home screen in any way you want.Read more...
Feb 15, 2015, 4:00 pm By Dave Greenbaum
For those of us still using desktop email clients
, folders keep your messages organized. If you add key mailboxes to your toolbar in Apple Mail, though, you'll save some keystrokes when sorting your mail.Read more...
Feb 13, 2015, 4:30 pm By Thorin Klosowski
Sometimes we all go a little too nuts on making folders inside of folders and you just need to flatten the whole thing down to one. OS X Daily shows off a handy Terminal command for just that.Read more...
Feb 13, 2015, 10:57 am By Melanie Pinola
Apple has opened up the web-based version of iWork to everyone—even if you don't own an Apple device. Sign up through the iCloud beta [via TechCrunch]Read more...
Feb 12, 2015, 4:55 pm By Whitson Gordon
Two-factor authentication is one of the most important security features you can enable
. We've had it on Apple IDs for awhile
, but it didn't work with all Apple services and apps. Today, Apple enabled the feature for iMessage and FaceTime.Read more...
Feb 4, 2015, 4:00 pm By Thorin Klosowski
The login screen on Mac is pretty boring, but if you want to customize it, blogger Jacob Salmela shows off a simple way to do it.Read more...
Jan 28, 2015, 5:15 pm By Alan Henry
Building a great presentation doesn't mean downloading a huge office suite. You have tons of options that are always-online, let you collaborate with others, and even break the slide deck mold. Last week we asked for your faves…
Jan 27, 2015, 3:30 pm By Thorin Klosowski
If you're looking to get into iOS app development, you have a lot of free options available to you…
Jan 27, 2015, 1:19 pm By Andy Orin
Apple has just released an update to iOS that addresses the common complaint that updates themselves require too much free space to download and install. The update, 8.1.3, also fixes some other bugs, and is available to download now. [via Ars Technica]Read…
Jan 27, 2015, 11:30 am By Eric Ravenscraft
OS X/iOS/Safari: Pushbullet is easily one of the best apps for bridging your devices together
. The one hole in its support, however, has been Apple devices. Today that's over. Pushbullet now has support for Macs, iDevices, and even Safari.Read more...
Jan 25, 2015, 11:00 am By Alan Henry
You don't have to download an office suite to build great-looking presentations for work, a talk, or school. There are plenty of online options that work well from any computer with a web browser, whether it's your desktop, a PC at work, or a laptop on the go.…
Jan 20, 2015, 4:00 pm By Thorin Klosowski
Apple Pay has been around for a few months now, and in that time, it has expanded quite a bit. AppAdvice just updated their list of banks and stores that accept Apple Pay, so if you've been holding out for a particular store, it might be worth another…
Jan 19, 2015, 11:30 am By Herbert Lui
Buying a used iPhone can save you money (I've never bought a new one). However, buying secondhand comes with its own issues. Before you buy, make sure to check its serial number at Apple's web site. It'll show you if the phone is covered by a warranty, or if…
Jan 9, 2015, 1:30 pm By Thorin Klosowski
A glitch in OS X Yosemite's Spotlight search can expose private details if you're an Apple Mail user. The glitch exposes your IP address and other system details to spammers and other online tracking companies.Read more...
Jan 8, 2015, 3:30 pm By Thorin Klosowski
As always, there's all sorts of rumors about what Apple plans on doing with their product line in 2015, but we want to know, what do you want to see from them this year?Read more...
Dec 26, 2014, 4:00 pm By Thorin Klosowski
When they were first released, third-party Lightning cable were trash
and didn't really work. Thankfully, Monoprice worked out the kinks and their Lightning cable is The Wirecutter's pick. It's also $7 cheaper than Apple's.Read more...
Dec 24, 2014, 7:30 am By Alan Henry
If you're shopping for a new iPad—or for someone who's getting a new iPad—they could probably use a case to keep it safe in. Last week we asked you for your picks…
Dec 21, 2014, 11:00 am By Alan Henry
If you just picked up a new iPad Air 2 or an iPad Mini, or if you're shopping for someone who has, you'll probably want a case to keep it safe on the go, in your bag, or on your desk. Whether it's a rugged case, a soft folio, or a keyboard case, you have…
Dec 14, 2014, 2:00 pm By Dave Greenbaum
Handoff in iOS 8
allows you to take a phone call on your Mac computer running Yosemite. With Call Recorder for FaceTime, you can record that call.Read more...
Dec 11, 2014, 1:23 pm By Eric Ravenscraft
Today, Google updated its iOS search app to make it easier to see your recent searches and simplify navigating through the app. It also allows you to view and pan around maps when you search for a place in Google. Read more here.Read more...
Dec 9, 2014, 8:00 pm By Thorin Klosowski
The Mac saw a new (free!) operating system this year alongside all kinds of great other apps. Let's take a look back at our biggest and best Mac posts of the last year.Read more...
Dec 9, 2014, 2:30 pm By Thorin Klosowski
Apple's two-factor authentication is great
, but like other services, it relies on a Recovery Key when you get locked out. Without that key, you can't access your account if it's hacked. The Next Web learned this the hard way. Read more...
Dec 8, 2014, 3:30 pm By Thorin Klosowski
awesome for a
, and writer Dave Winer points out that it also makes a great paint program.Read more...
Dec 1, 2014, 7:00 am By Thorin Klosowski
Now that we've had some time to hang out with the iOS 8 jailbreak
, new apps and tweaks are coming
out made specifically for the new operating system. Let's take a look at the best.Read more...