I’m surprised it took this long, actually.
Category Archives: Apps
There was an app like this when I was in college that would suck MP3s out of shared iTunes libraries on the same network.
Harrison Weber at The Next Web: Adobe has shared with us that Creative Suite 6 will still be available for purchase, but it will not be updated beyond addressing bugs and OS compatibility. There will be no Creative Suite 7. “Everything moving forward is focusing on creative cloud” —Adobe Instead, Adobe is pointing all of [...]
It’s hard to believe that there have been seven apps downloaded from Apple for every person on the planet.
Finally, our long national nightmare of listening to our iPhones at our desks is coming to an end.
Macworld’s Joel Mathis, on Osito, a Google Now clone for iOS: If your schedule or routine is fairly clutter-free, or if you stick close to home in most of your daily doings, Osito won’t offer you much you can’t already gain from a quick look at the iPhone’s native Calendar and Weather apps. And certainly, [...]
It’s a great looking app, with a horrific icon. Sigh.
Orbit is a new menubar OS X app that works like Droplr or CloudApp: drop a file on to the icon, it gets uploaded, and the app puts a public URL on the clipboard. Instead of using S3, though, it gives users access to App.net’s file storage. While the app doesn’t give you view counts [...]
Jeff Gamet: The Mac Observer asked Mr. Welch what was going on and he said, “People were indeed laid off, however, the company is not folding.” He added that Ambrosia is still selling and supporting its products. Ambrosia’s been making software since the early 1990s. I hope they can pull out of this.
Apple: Great ads. On-demand. In your pocket. The iAd Gallery is a celebration of advertising, featuring iAd campaigns from some of the world’s best brands and their advertising agencies. The iAd Gallery gives you easy access to a selection of the fun and informative ads that have run in some of your favorite apps. Use [...]
Dark Sky data, right in your browser. Don’t miss the Time Machine feature.
The Iconfactory: Twitterrific’s push notification service is currently in beta and will be rolling out to groups of 1,000 users over the next few weeks. If you cannot enable push notifications, try again in a few days. The update is rolling out across the App Store now.
Yeah, I’m sticking with Alfred.