Television Time is one of my favorite single-purpose apps on iOS, so I’m always looking forward to updates and new features. The app got a notable point release last week, and I was of course looking on with great interest. Version numbers are a trick and arbitrary thing, so I wasn’t sure whether to expect a big update with a bunch of new features or if this would be a “bug fixes” update that’s not worth talking about.
If you didn’t buy an Apple Watch before because you heard the Apple Watch was slow, then I think this is a very good place to jump in on the platform. Combined with watchOS 3, the new CPU inside this watch makes this a wearable that I don’t think most people would even consider calling “slow” anymore. However, if it wasn’t the slowness, but the core functionality of the Apple Watch that kept you from buying the old model, this isn’t going to change your mind.
Apple has finally shipped watchOS 3, the third major version of their still extremely young wearable platform. watchOS shipped in April 2015, with watchOS 2 coming just a few months later in September. As I have made very clear with this site, I have owned an Apple Watch since launch day last April and have worn mine literally every day since then. I have a profound love for my Apple Watch, and can’t see going back to a world without it.
I have been on the hunt for a good keyboard for the iPad Air 2 for a long time, and I think I’ve finally found the best option in Microsoft’s Universal Mobile Keyboard. I was not expecting Microsoft to be the creator of a solid iPad keyboard, but here we are, and it’s great. This […]
I’ve been playing around with Ipsum, the new app from developer Sam Ghobril, and it’s a unique app that could be a great fit for some people who like the idea of keeping a journal, but can never make it stick. Ipsom’s one line pitch is essentially that it is the easiest journalling app you’ve […]