Solo has just come out in the U.K. and I’ve managed to see it twice. For films I’m into I try to see them as soon as possible so to avoid spoilers. I won’t spoil Solo for you here so don’t worry about reading on. My overall impression of Solo is a positive one. ItContinue reading “Spoiler free Solo review”
If you’re heading to WWDC this year Apple has announced a special set of challenges for the week to get everyone moving. This is a great idea and something I hope they do more of in partnership with other events. Link.
It’s a big day for the Omnigroup, today sees the launch of OmniFocus 3. I’ve been a user of OmniFocus for a while, well on and off. I switch a lot but always seem to come back eventually. I like their privacy and encryption stance and trust them above any other productivity app to lookContinue reading “OmniFocus 3 now available”
I look at my home screen and generally I’m happy but I look at those app labels and wish there was an option to remove them. This shouldn’t be the default behaviour but I’d like a user option to remove all app and folder labels. It looks much cleaner and I never have to useContinue reading “Its time for Apple to ditch app labels”
I’m a fan of making tech my own, be it via a case or sticking decals on them. I know some people are horrified by this but for me it adds some personality. Everyone’s iPhone’s just looks the same. I spent a few quid (see link below) on Amazon and grabbed this Infinity War set.Continue reading “Avengers Infinity War decals”
With WWDC upon us I’m doing my annual review of what I’m storing in iCloud. When I did it struck me how limited Apple still are in terms of offerings. Here’s my storage, I pay £6.99 a month for my almost 400GB of storage, where’s the 500GB option? Whilst I’m at it I also thoughtContinue reading “It’s time for Apple to review it’s iCloud storage tiers”
You’ve probably read by now that Twitter is introducing new API’s that result in third party apps (like my favourite Tweetbot) losing functionality and being charged to effectively keep their customer base using their apps. This is another move that is slowly but surely meant to see the end of all third party apps andContinue reading “Twitter adds API, loses users”
I’ve been using a lot of default Apple apps in a bid to simplify both my workflows and data. In this day and age it’s good to have your data in just a few places and I’m starting to delete third party apps that hold my data (more on this in a later post). Here’sContinue reading “How to add lined paper to Notes”
My favourite Twitter app Tweetbot has got a shiny new version for the MAC. This is just a short post to let everyone know it’s available but I’ll be digging into it over the next week and will write up my thoughts.
I’m not a huge fan of cases but when I do use one it has to be minimal. I’ve used the iPhone X both naked and in an Apple silicone case but I’ve found one that might suit all of your minimal lovers. I’m talking about the Tozo PP Ultra Thin. It’s only .35mm thickContinue reading “The thinnest iPhone X case”