David Spark’s latest Field Guide has been my guide for learning Keyboard Maestro, the Mac automation multitool that’s crazy useful.
Reeder 4 has long been a staple RSS reader app for iOS and Mac – the latest version brings some welcome fixes, new features, and sets the app on a good path for the future.
CalZones is a fantastic new timezone and calendar app that just makes sense. For only $5, this utility, widget, and Apple Watch app feels like the perfect solution for working with people living elsewhere around the world.
This week I wrote about being on the front page of TechCrunch, everyone sharing around the App Store 10-year anniversary, and tease some future projects
StitchPics is my favorite tool for making screenshots of complete Shortcuts – check out the video of how it works.
Check out the workflow I built for logging new movies to my watchlist in Letterboxd,using their URL scheme to jump back & forth.
Sharing some initial thoughts on Shortcuts, Siri, and what it means for Apple’s future. Also, you should start using Workflow now.
My first Tips & Tricks post covering how to mark a task as cancelled in Things for iOS and Mac
Summary of my two posts June 17th – 23rd both here and on The Sweet Setup. Plus, I linked to workflow shared on my first podcast appearance.
If you’ve picked up Apple’s HomePod in the past few weeks and tried to use iTunes on your Mac to Airplay something to the speaker, you probably got blasted with the music playing at full volume. This occurs since HomePod uses iTunes’ in-app volume slider to adjust its levels rather than your Mac volume, and […]