Deals: Apple MFi-Certified Lightning Cable: 3-Pack at 61% off

Today’s featured deal is perfect for, well–everyone!  This one is pretty self-explanatory.  You have an iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch, and you need to charge them–everyday.  There’s no getting around it.  When it comes to charging your devices, what’s the one thing that always come to mind?  You always wish you had more charging cables […]

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Reconsidering Lightroom Mobile 2.2

I spent a month last Fall trialling Lightroom Mobile as a suitable alternative to Apple’s iCloud Photo Library. Lightroom drew me in because of its advanced editing controls, options to quickly reject pictures I didn’t want to keep, and the synchronization of edits across all of my devices (which is a surprisingly rare feature even […]

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Using Spotlight in iOS 9 for Offline Conversions and Calculations

     It can be difficult to memorize all of them, but there’s no denying that keyboard shortcuts provide the fastest way of navigating an operating system. I do still think Apple has a lot of holes to plug with regards to missing shortcuts on iOS, but they are making strides with every dot update […]

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The State of Apple Maps on iOS 9

As a big fan of Google Maps, it took me a while to warm to Apple’s own maps app. The service took a few years before I could really trust its directions or see a good representation of nearby points of interest in Toronto. Thankfully, Maps got a whole lot better in iOS 9 because Apple […]

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Deals: iHere 3.0 Tracking Device at 54% off

Today’s featured deal is great for any iPad or iPhone owner who is always losing their keys or other important items.  The iHere 3.0 Tracking Device is perfect for even the most forgetful people.  What’s more, it’s the only rechargeable item locator on the market today.  Right now you can pick up an iHere Tracking Device at 54% off! […]

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Reeder 2 RSS App Just Got a Big Update – New Themes & More

The popular Reeder 2 RSS app for the iPad got a major update yesterday, to Version 2.1. The update is packed with fixes, improvements, and a number of new features. The most eye-catching new feature is themes. You can now choose from the Classic theme and new White, Light, Dark, and Black themes. Quick tip […]

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Reeder App Will be Ready for the Google Reader Shutdown

Here’s some good news for fans of RSS and users of the popular Reeder app: the developer of Reeder has plans in place to keep the app running smoothly when Google shuts down Google Reader in a few months. Reeder will be switching to use Feedbin as its backend service, as TUAW reports: The iPhone […]

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Editions by AOL Updated, Adds Instapaper & Read It Later Support

Editions by AOL, one of the newer daily iPad magazine titles, has had a recent update, to version 1.1.4. The big new feature in this new version is support for Instapaper and Read It Later. Here’s the full change list for this update: Improved stability, performance enhancements, compatibility, Read it Later & Instapaper integration, and […]

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Death of the Home Button?

(via @razorianfly) So, I’ve got the beta installed on my iPad, and honestly I did it just to have my lock screen switch back… but I have to say the new gestures (demo’d here by @razorianfly) are pretty cool. They could in theory replace the home button as is being rumored around the various news […]

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iBooks App Updated – Adds PDF Support, Notes, and Bookmarks

The iBooks app has been updated, as promised at Apple’s recent WWDC 2010 keynote address.  The new version number for the app is 1.1 and the major new features added include: PDFs added to the Library area of the app – so you can browse and open PDF files imported via email or iTunes sync […]

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Hell Hath No Fury Like an App Developer Scorned, and a Small Bit of Advice for Devs

Image Source: sharpandfabulous.com Like many iPhone and iPad site owners, I get a lot of approaches about apps every day.  Some stand out and inspire a further look or even a download and tryout of the app, some don’t.  This week I got an email from a developer that is a unique one in my […]

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