Chrome Becoming a Password Manager on iOS

The beta version of Google Chrome for iOS recently gained the ability to act as a password manager. This is going to be huge. For lots of people, Chrome is the place they store their passwords and payment details. While people like me (and probably you) like 1Password or LastPass

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iOS 14 Could Make Changing Your Wallpaper Much Easier

iOS 14 Could Make Changing Your Wallpaper Much Easier
In case you didn't know yet, iOS 14 lets you enter jiggle mode by holding down on any empty part of your home screen. This lets you delete apps, move apps to your App Library, add widgets, and even hide entire screens. It should also let you change your wallpaper.

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The Value of Using Stock Apps

The Value of Using Stock Apps
This is part 1 of a two part series. Read the followup on the value of third party apps here. I was chatting with Andy Nicolaides recently about task managers (as you do), and he was telling me how he tried using Things again after my recent article about how

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Save Today’s New York Times Front Page with Shortcuts

Save Today’s New York Times Front Page with Shortcuts
Okay, so this one requires some credits before anything else. I modified Brian Renshaw’s shortcut which saves the page as a JPEG to Day One.His was modified from one by Matthew Cassinelli.His was modified from this one on Reddit.The ShortcutDownload it here. Before anything else, make

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A Slower Apple Photos Sync

A Slower Apple Photos Sync
I don’t know if this is happening to everyone, but I’ve noticed a pretty big regression (in my eyes, at least) in Apple Photos since around the time iOS 13.1 shipped. Basically, no matter what is going on with my iPhone and no matter if the battery

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How I Use Things 3 to Keep Track of Christmas Shopping

How I Use Things 3 to Keep Track of Christmas Shopping
One of the things I struggle with year after year is keeping track of Christmas gift lists. I never know what to ask other people to get me, and I have never been good about keeping track of what I think other people would like. The latter part is especially

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Why I Liked the Android 10 Update

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xbXxMKqhQJ4 This can only go well, right? This was actually a video I made in September but didn’t feel like posting right away. As the description and title cards try to make exceptionally clear, this is not a video bashing Android, it’s

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A Celebration of iOS’s Unbelievable Software Library

From iOS To Android And Back Again - Greg Morris Apps from the same developer often work different, look different or are missing functions (even Googles) on Android. Which is a huge shame given the open nature of the platform. Sure you can ‘do anything’ with your device, but the

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Android OS Updates Install 6x Faster than iOS Updates

https://youtu.be/jNtUXH41XVU As someone who spends time in the iOS and Android worlds, I install a lot of updates. And while these are a pain on iOS, they’re nearly transparent on Android, and I made this video to try and show just how drastic the difference is.

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