People have a tendency to always be looking for the latest and greatest software to do their work with. They want something new, something shiny. And while tools are important and when possible you should try to use the best tool for the job, this quest to always find something better will not magically make you better at what you do.
Shortcuts might be the coolest new addition to iOS and watchOS coming this fall, and today I do my best to demystify the many layers of this feature.
Apple unveiled watchOS 5 yesterday and here are my 10 most exciting features I’ve seen and used in the first beta so far.
Is “hugely smarter” grammatically correct? I hope it is because I said it with confidence in today’s second episode of the podcast. These were my immediate impressions following the keynote.
I had no notes and the Apple site hadn’t been updated in time for this recording so I blanked on the names of a few things, but I wanted to get my raw feelings out there from the event.
Castro 3 came out on Monday of this week and it’s a very opinionated podcast player. Listen in to hear why I think this app works so well for me, even if it’s not an app for everybody.