I learned to edit in iMovie and then upgraded to Final Cut Pro, Avid, and Premier. I love editing video, and my brain was trained for a good decade or so to use the now classic non-linear timeline. Final Cut Pro X broke my brain, and the brains of many others in 2011 when it changed everything.
I took a few minutes this morning to look at 3 of the small things that make using Android a bit of a pain to use on a daily basis. These are by no means deal-breakers to keep you from switching from iOS to Android, but you should be aware of some of the pain points in places you are not used to in iOS.
The Nextbit Robin is a downright coolest looking phone I have ever seen since the iPhone 4. While the rest of the industry is focused on metal and glass and trying to remove everything that’s not a screen, the Robin in soft plastic and demands to be noticed.
I don’t think I’ve ever done a video-only review of an app before, but I gave it a shot with Overcast 3.0 which came out last week. For the time being, it has become my go to podcast app.
iOS allows password managers like 1Password and LastPass to easily log you into certain apps and websites. This works in all websites, and quite a few apps (although app developers need to build in support for these apps). Instapaper has a nice implementation of this, and I wanted to show off how quick and easy logging in with 1Password can be.