Tim Chaten from the iPad Pros podcast recently reached out and invited me to be interviewed in an upcoming episode. We met on Twitter recently discussing Apple’s new Magic Keyboard and from there started talking about how we both use the iPad Pro, especially for work. I definitely appreciate his point of view and his podcast’s focus on how much you accomplish with Apple’s tablets.
I just want to say a big thank you to him for the invitation. Mr Chaten is a very good host and interviewer and it was a lot of fun being on the show.
If you are a fan of the iPad and haven’t heard of the iPad Pros podcast before, I highly recommend checking it out. There are 80 episodes available featuring some really strong names in iOS and iPad productivity, such as Ken Case of the OmniGroup, Terri Morgan of LumaTouch, Canis of Ferrite, Matt Birchler of Birchtree and many others. If you use your iPad for any kind work or content production or are interested in what it takes to do so, then this is the podcast for you.
You can check out the iPad Pros podcast at ipadpros.net. The podcast is free and is available on all of the major podcast apps and services. The site has links to several, as well as a Patreon that Mr Chaten set up for supporters of the podcast. If you like what you hear, maybe show that by sending a few dollars his way. Good content takes time and effort and independent creators deserve our support.
The episode I appeared on covered my use of the iPad Pro and how it differs between home, which includes my writing for this site, and my job. The Pro is the most versatile computing device I’ve ever owned and the way I use it reflects that. We also covered our opinions on Apple’s Magic Keyboard and how it fits the way we use the iPad.
Again, it was a lot of fun and I really appreciate the opportunity to be on the show. This episode should be out in the coming weeks and I will post again when it goes live.