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I Want to Bring this Pro App to iPad, but I Can’t

From the Panic blog: Even if it were viable, we’d likely run afoul of App Store policy as well. Apps on iOS and iPadOS must use Apple’s Javascript interpreter, JavaScriptCore. Although JavaScriptCore is excellent, many developer tools rely on features or behaviors only present in Google’s V8

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iMessage and Outrage Theater

iMessage and Outrage Theater
Apple's Rationale for Not Bringing iMessage to Android Revealed in Legal Documents - MacRumors Mr. Cue testified that Apple "could have made a version on Android that worked with iOS" such that there would "have been cross-compatibility with the iOS platform so that users of both platforms would have been

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My Custom Theme for Drafts

My Custom Theme for Drafts
I was inspired by the latest update to Drafts that added some pretty powerful theming options, so I made a theme I’m calling Warm and Bright. You can download it directly from the Drafts theme directory here. The theme is based around red and purple accents, with all colors

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Your Perfect App Doesn't Exist

Looking For My Perfect App - Greg Morris It doesn’t exist. You can’t find everything you want from an app, it’s like finding a unicorn. You’re going to have to compromise in some areas to get something you’re happy with. These are all things I

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Pixel Brand Loyalty is Dropping

According to a new report from SellCell (via 9to5Google), Pixel owners are becoming less loyal, starting back in 2019. This makes total sense, though. 2016Google makes their first Pixel device, which is not cutting edge in every way, but it has a good camera and has a major focus on

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Do You Need Email Tracking in Your Newsletter?

Stop Tracking Random Emails – Greg Morris Why on earth do you need to track your newsletter? Yes I see you, attempting to see when I open and on what device for absolutely no reason other than your ego. Stop joining in with the attention economy to satisfy your own need

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Text Case and Mac App Store Impressions vs Sales

Chris Hannah makes a great app called Text Case for iOS and macOS. I use it, it’s great. The app was recently featured in the “Apps and Games We Love Right Now” section of the Mac App Store (it’s still there as of this writing), which is for

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Articles of the Year so Far

I wanted to bring attention to my two favorite articles I’ve read this year. First up, Clubhouse Cured My Imposter Syndrome by C. Brandon Ogbunu: After just two months on Clubhouse, I finally understand how Theranos happened.And: After surfing hundreds of rooms on the popular new social media

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The Story You Want to Read, and the Actual Story

This article has been making the rounds the past week or so: I bet you have more than 2 tabs open right now, I sure have more. So here's a stress test where I open 54 tabs while measuring the impact on my Mac's RAM and CPU.The article goes

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Take a Second to Breath

Take a breath before you post - LJPUK I’ve ranted a lot less lately I like to think and whilst there’s nothing wrong with having a moan sometimes it’s not the default I want.Lee makes the simple, but good advice that you pause before you post

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