Jon Fingas, writing for Endgaget about Transit for iOS releasing a new version of their Apple Watch app: The popular public transportation tool is now a native app, of course, but it also gives you considerably more detail than just arrival times, including future arrivals and a map indicating where to go. I’m glad to […]
Today, as first noticed by 9to5Mac, developer Marcel Schmitz launched a brand new app called DuetCam for $2.99 that takes advantage of iOS 13’s ability to record video with both the front-facing camera and one of the back cameras at the same time. Schmitz’ app basically lets you film what’s in front of you while […]
For the first time, existing Audible credits can be applied to books from within the iOS app – no bouncing out to the website required.
Matthew hosts special guest Julia Skott – quite literally in his home. Julia’s all about Android, but uses an iPad and Mac, so the two have a lot to talk about. Plus Julia is just amazing.
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.