Blogsy for iPad Updated – Retina Support & Much More

Blogsy, the blogging app for the iPad, has been updated this week – to Version 3.4. This is a big, major update for this already stellar app. First up on the list of notable new features is retina display support. The range of supported platforms continues to grow too – with this update adding Tumblr […]

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Blogsy for iPad Gets Its First Update

Blogsy – my new favorite blogging app for the iPad, the first good blogging app for iOS – has had its first update this week. It’s not a major update, but it adds a couple of little improvements and a handful of bug fixes. Here’s the full change list: Feature change – The first letter […]

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Blogsy Makes the App Store New & Noteworthy Section

Blogsy – the very promising new blogging app for the iPad – is now listed in the New and Noteworthy section of the iPad App Store. I don’t often share news on what is in the New and Noteworthy section, but Blogsy is an instant favorite of mine – as it is filling a huge […]

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Blogsy – Blogging App for iPad – Hits the App Store

Blogsy is a very promising new blog editor app for the iPad, that has just hit the App Store last night. I have been lamenting the lack of a great – or even good – blogging app for the iPad for ages now. And I’m happy to say I think Blogsy may just be that […]

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Publishing to WordPress with Ulysses 2.6

Publishing on iOS has never been a terribly smooth process for me. The closest I got was the Blogsy app, which had a WYSYWIG editor and support for multiple blogs. Unfortunately it had an interface made for iOS 6 and just couldn’t afford to keep up with subsequent iOS updates. The next best thing has […]

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Review: Belkin QODE Slim Style for iPad Air 2

I’ve previously reviewed the QODE Ultimate and the QODE ThinType, and although I still had a few issues with each of those designs, there were some great stand-out features like the pressure sensor on the ThinType, and the magnetic auto-disconnect on the QODE Ultimate. In contrast, the QODE Slim Style for iPad Air 2, which […]

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Things 2.5 for iPad Gets Flattened

Things for iPad is the final app in the Things suite of GTD apps to be flattened and re-designed for the more modern look of iOS 8, and it was definitely worth the wait. The app is even more gorgeous than it was before, and the subtle animations really pop. Things 2.5 does more than […]

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The Best iPad Calendar Widget Comes From Fantastical

I’ve only got two widgets active on my iPad right now. The first is the Yahoo! Weather widget, which I use because of its glorious photography and 1.5-day forecast, and the other comes from Fantastical for iPad. Fantastical was a relatively late addition to the widget section, but that’s because the developers really took the […]

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How I Transferred 12,000 Photos From Mac -> iPad Without The Photos App

I want iCloud Photo Library to work across all my devices right now. I love the premise behind the service: all of my photos and videos in sync across all of my devices, with full backups in the cloud. iCloud Photo Library is the reason I went for Apple’s $4/month for 200 GB iCloud plan. […]

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Review: Logitech Ultrathin Magnetic Clip-On Keyboard Cover for iPad Air

The Logitech Ultrathin series of keyboards has been around a while now, and they’re probably some of the most-used iPad keyboards. The appeal of the Ultrathin is fairly evident once you see one: the aluminum and plastic keyboard fits over the iPad Air, just like a Smart Cover. However, take it off, plant the iPad […]

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Best iPad Apps of 2013

2013 has been another memorable year for the iPad App Store. The number of apps designed specifically for the iPad hit the 500,000 milestone this year and is now well on its way to 600,000. By now, there are excellent iPad apps for just about any purpose. From heavy-duty productivity and business apps to wonderful […]

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