With gestures, integration and incredible customisation you can make this app truly yours.
Having previously written about the positive side of stock iOS apps, I think it is only fair to highlight third-party applications in much the same manner. After all the App Store plays a huge part in the iOS experience and stock, or default, apps — those which are bundled with every Apple device and, much […]
Reviewing CloudMagic, a minimalist, fast, easy e-mail management client for iOS, Mac and Android. Here’s what it does best and why you should be using it.
Part 2: we continue to build a case for choosing to use certain built in apps by Apple on iOS as our defaults rather than picking third-party alternatives.
There are several, longer articles I have written that I will publish over the coming weeks, but for now, thanks to certain events, I want to take a moment to write about the marvel that is my new iPhone 6S. They say technology comes and goes, and it is true for the most part, but what […]
iOS offers fairly granular location services options, but most of them have insufficient explanations. This is an attempt at demystifying them and suggesting what you can turn off safely.
With the iOS 8.3 jailbreak out, here are the first 25 Cydia tweaks you must install for a better, fuller user experience. Better looks to a faster iPhone.
As the promising, new social network, Ello, with its rich but exclusive community finally comes to Ello, here are a few thoughts and comments. Get Ello now.
Searching for the perfect RSS reader app can be daunting. With five main criteria, this author strolled the app store looking for one and found Unread app.
Here are 15 tips for new iPhone users (iOS 8+) and advice from experience, straight from a longtime Android user who eventually switched to iPhone/iOS/OS X.
Hating stock apps is a fad. But do stock iOS apps have what most end users need? This author thinks so — for most stock apps and for his fairly heavy usage.
Few people pay enough attention to their home screens. Organizing it better will help make your usage more efficient. Here’s one way to do it on phablets.
With Catch notes shut down in August 2013 it’s time to re-evaluate the right note-taking app: Google Keep or Evernote or SpringPad or OneNote?
There is no dearth of note-taking apps either on computers or portables. But when different users have different needs, which is the app you should go in for?
In a market owned jointly by Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS, Mozilla plans to take centre-stage with their latest innovation, Boot to Gecko: a free-for-all mobile OS promising boundless, integrated, web development possibilities. But will it work?