Source: The Verge This is exactly the sort of guide I’ve been looking for to understand what’s coming out on day one. I’m not getting either console just yet but it’s worth seeing what you can play when they launch next week.
I decided to have a play with Notion this morning as I wanted to a place to organise my job seeking, training and creative projects. It looked the perfect solution until I actually tried the app and it doesn’t feel baked for iOS. First off I couldn’t even change the name of a workspace, thisContinue reading “Don’t use Notion if you use iOS only”
10th November we get a little peek into what Apple has planned for their own processor based Mac lineup. As you know I’m iOS first but do use an iMac and MacBook too (you’ll be amazed how many recruitment systems don’t work in Safari on iOS). My go to platform is iOS but I’m lookingContinue reading “A Mac event to look forward to”
Source: Birchtree The more I read about the PS5 controller the more fascinating I find it, a great little first impressions post by Matt. Check out the textured surface using the classic triangle, square, circle and cross.
I’ve recently switched over to the Amazon Music and finding to be a good cheaper alternative to Apple Music. The iOS app is straightforward and intuitive, the selection is just as good and downloads seem faster to me. Check it out here (you will be supporting the site with this link)
I posted my iPad Home Screen so I thought I’d post my latest iPhone Home Screen. I’m using a few widgets and the image above is showing the apps that made it onto the Home Screen. Everything else is in the App Library. Day One: I’ve been journaling for years using Day One and it’sContinue reading “The apps that make it onto my iPhone Home Screen”
I thought I’d update you on how I’m getting on with the Eero now that I’m a month in. I’m pleased to report a boring update that it’s working perfectly. I’ve not had to restart it once and we still have great connectivity throughout the house. The devices that are hard wired into one areContinue reading “A month with the Eero”
I love using Dark Sky and I was sceptical we’d see an update but it’s had a tiny one. I’m disappointed to report we don’t have iOS 14 widgets yet. I’ve actually stopped using it’s widget for now and slipped back to the Apple app. But the good news is that it’s getting updates, soContinue reading “Dark Sky gets an update”
I’ve been thinking a lot about how I consume technology and my impact on the environment. I’m faced with uncertainty and a a need to highly manage a budget anyway but over the last few years I’ve been conscious about the technology I’m consuming and it’s sustainability. I wanted to stop buying stuff just toContinue reading “Reduce, reuse and recycle”
Source: Star Wars I love the vintage line of Hasbro stuff, harks back to my childhood in the 80’s picking a carded figure off the rack in the shop at home on the way home from school.