If you’re using Zoom or videoconferencing software, you’re familiar with the fact that your iPhone’s camera is excellent, and your computer or webcam are probably horrible.(more…)
I don’t know about you, but for me, the pandemic has really changed my workout habits. It used to be that I’d head to the gym in the mornings before heading out on my morning commute. Well, those closed down for quite awhile, and I’m not quite ready to head back into one. Instead, I’ve taken up jogging. However, you may still be wanting to have the experience of instructor-led classes, and getting motivated in that way. If that’s the case, the recently-launched FitGrid might be worth checking out.(more…)
I have always had this problem. I know what I need to do. I don’t always know how to start. It’s as if there’s a bridge out, even though I can see the destination on the other shore. And I used to try strategies like Work Breakdown Structure, Getting Things Done, or Pomodoro to try and figure out how to manage time. But maybe this app, Focused Work will be the one that breaks my mental block.(more…)
Deliveries is the best of what an app should be: It does one thing (monitor status of deliveries), does it well (supporting an impossibly long list of couriers and tracking from websites like Apple and Amazon), and puts that information right up front where you want it – on your iPhone or Mac.(more…)
#Freefortnite is bullshit. That’s the hashtag Epic is using to try and claim they’re the victims of Apple’s 30% cut for using the App Store. They’re also saying they’re victims of Google’s 30% rules.
But Epic has had apps in the App Store for 10 years. They knew and signed onto the rules, and were okay with them for ages.
Why now? Two reasons:(more…)
Yesterday a friend got onto a Zoom call using some kind of cartoon avatar. The avatar, which gave him some sort of bitmoji-esque, completely featureless hellface, was pretty cute. Luckily, now we know what it is.(more…)