Thursday, 27 November 2014
Joseph Keller, iMore
Screeny is a new app that lets you easily delete screenshots from your photo library. It automatically detects screenshots, and lets you mark them for deletion with just a tap.
Wednesday, 26 November 2014
Eric Johnson, Re/code
About a quarter of the viewers of the YouTube version of the ad have given it a thumbs-down, far more than the generally positive response to other ads on the same official Apple channel.
Agen G. N. Schmitz, TidBITS
Simply draw the approximate shape of a character to display all characters that resemble that shape, helping you find characters easily when you don’t have the Unicode name at your fingertips.
Julia Love, San Jose Mercury News
As organized labor expands its efforts in Silicon Valley, a local union and civil rights activist the Rev. Jesse Jackson are pushing for better working conditions for the security guards who work at Apple's campus.
Derek Walter, Macworld
Where Calcbot trumps the stock Calculator app is that it makes these features easier to discover, instead of putting them all in the OS X menu bar.
Tuesday, 25 November 2014
Mike Beasley, 9 To 5 Mac
As you may have already guessed, Gedeon Maheux of the Iconfactory has confirmed that Twitter’s limit on API tokens for third parties is a big part of the reason Twitterrific hasn’t been updated yet—and why it may never be.
Graham Spencer, MacStories
Overnight Apple released two new adverts for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. One, called 'Gamers', features the new iOS game Vain Glory and the other, 'Reservations', demoes the ability to make and receive phone calls on an iPhone, iPad or Mac with Continuity's Phone Relay feature.
Topher Kessler, MacIssues
Now you might be inclined to just use Spotlight for a quick addition or multiplication, but you can also use it for anything from trigonometric functions (sin, cos, tan, etc.), to calculating roots, rounding in various ways, among other useful features. To help with this, here is the list of supported functions you can use in Spotlight.
Christine Chan, AppAdvice
Kelly Hodgkins, MacRumors