The headline feature of this release in my book is the ability for apps to be 100% independently installed on the watch. This is a wonderful addition, and is something I sincerely hope Apple adds in watchOS 4. Installing apps directly onto the watch means that they literally don’t need your phone for anything, which is big for 2 reasons.
Widgets are an underused tool that IFTTT offers, and I wanted to show off a few of the widgets I use regularly.
AppAdvice has put together a great list of the best iOS games from 2016. Not only is the list a solid representation of the best gaming on iOS, but their web designers did a bang up job with the layout of this page. It’s stunning!
I absolutely love Ulysses myself, and was honestly expecting Matt to say something to the effect of “Ulysses is great, but Scrivener is just better for my type of writing. His take is absolutely worth reading, especially if you are debating which of these premium-priced writing apps to buy.
The FCC’s Ajit Pai on net neutrality’s place in the Trump administration: