Topic: app
Posts: 70

App Bottlerocket: Search the App Store from Anywhere

App Bottlerocket: Search the App Store from Anywhere
This is the most niche thing I've ever shared, but if you write about or talk about iPhone and iPad apps a lot, then App Bottlerocket might be just what you've always wanted. I built this simple website a couple years ago and have been using it to get info

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Hey-llo, Goodbye

Well this all sucks, doesn’t it? Ugh. Anyway, my buddy Andy Nicolaides tweeted this today: I’ve never known an email service to have people so undecided about using it (moral issue aside). That, to me, seems like such a red flag. Nothing that is right for people should

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Paying for the Services You Love

Paying for the Services You Love
I signed up for Pinboard a decade ago and at the time I was able to pay once for lifetime access. Since then I've used the site on and off as a way to save my links for later. In the past year I've started a newsletter all about interesting

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How I'm Using Hey Email, Almost One Year Later

At first I was a skeptic about Hey. Why would I want to toss aside all other email apps? Why would I want to pay for email when Gmail is free? Then I started using it and I was impressed, but still skeptical. It was good, but $99/year good?

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Slack Feature Request: Focused Working Mode

Slack is great, but it's also terrible. It's much better than email at talking to people, but it's also a distraction machine. This isn't an original thought, but it's certainly something that bothers me like it bothers the rest of you. Do not disturb exists in the app already, and

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A Few Months with Hey

I made this video soon after Hey launched because I enjoyed my first 2 weeks with it and wanted to see where they were going with this new service. Nearly 2 months later, I have an update. Hey is one of, if not the best new service I've signed up

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How I Use ScreenFlow to Make Videos on YouTube

How I Use ScreenFlow to Make Videos on YouTube
I have gotten a bunch of questions about how I record and edit my videos, so I took a few minutes today and shared a couple tips for my process and how ScreenFlow acts as the certerpiece for how these videos get made. I hope you like it! https://youtu.

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A Practical Introduction to Roam Research

A Practical Introduction to Roam Research
Ok, I know you're probably going "$15/month for some trendy note taking app that I can do for free in Apple Notes?" I hear you… I promise this video looks at Roam from a practical perspective. Check it out below!

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