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Cooking with an iPad, using a zip lock bag as screen protection

The iPad is a great cooking tool that’s perfect for keeping track of recipes and being the ultimate kitchen resource, but if you’ve ever cooked with an iPad you’ll know the screen can get pretty mucked up with various ingredients, and if you aren’t careful it could even damage the device. Thankfully, another kitchen item can completely prevent the iPad  [Read More...]

Nasa Nebula wallpapers

Like many of you, I’m a sucker for fancy new wallpapers of neat looking stuff, and if there’s one place that routinely cranks out some of the most mind-blowing amazing imagery that is perfect for wallpapers, it’s NASA. This little mini-collection is a handful of freakishly gorgeous pictures of various nebulas around the universe, and because they’re from NASA every image is available to download at extremely high resolution,  [Read More...]

CoM - wscapturemain

Ever try to take a screenshot of a webpage, but the content extends past the window?

W3Capture is here to help! And Cult of Mac Deals is here to help by letting you have it for absolutely free!

This awesome little screen capturing tool allows you to capture web pages regardless of size. There’s no need to scroll down and take additional screenshots; simply capture any part of the webpage  [Read More...]

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This week’s must-have apps roundup begins with PodDJ, the first iOS app from Pod2g, the mastermind behind a number of hugely popular jailbreaks for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. We also have a terrific app called 1 Second Everyday, which will help you put together a movie that includes one second from every day for the rest of your life; a handy timer app for iPad, and more.

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Every week Mac Games and More (http://www.macgamesandmore.com/) features a fun, downloable game to try out for free that you can play over the weekend. With this week’s selection, become an astrology fanatic and unveil the mystery of the 13th zodiac sign. Download it now

Zodiac Prophecies: The Serpent Bearer (hidden objects/adventure) – The new astrological sign you’ve just discovered is The Serpent, which makes you the newfangled Serpent Bearer. This means many  [Read More...]

Check storage capacity used by Photos in iOS

Opening the Photos app in iOS will tell you how many total photos are within albums and Camera Roll, but how much space do they take up? If you want to know the actual storage size of all those pictures are consuming on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch you’ll need to dig a bit deeper:

Launch Settings and tap on “General”, then choose  [Read More...]

Mac Setups: Amateur Video Producers Desk

MacBook Air - amateur video production setup

This weeks great Apple setup comes from Fletcher C. in the UK. He’s got a pretty snazzy desk and uses his Mac and other gear for video production and amateur photography, the hardware shown in the shot includes:

MacBook Air (2012) – 1.8GHz Core i5, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD Acer 23″ S235HL external display connected to the MacBook Air RainDesign mStand[Read More...]

CoM - Master iOS

If you’re into iOS but don’t know how to turn that passion into revenue, then the latest Cult of Mac Deals offer will be just what the doctor ordered. With The Master iOS Programming Course, you’ll be able to turn your iOS passion into a new lucrative hobby – and for just $ 47 to boot!

With this all-inclusive iOS course you’ll get introduced to Xcode – Apple’s programming  [Read More...]

This is Canon’s Instagram camera. That’s right – this little point and shoot is designed to work with your smartphone, connecting via Wi-Fi and even pre-processing some of your pictures for you.

The Powershot N is a neat little gadget. It’s square, for one, and can be used in any orientation you like thanks to the round-the-lens zoom ring and the flip-out screen. But the real gimmick is that it works with smartphones.

We’ll have  [Read More...]

The Caliber Advantage is yet another iOS gaming pad, but this one has one major advantage: It comes from Zagg, well-known accessory maker and purveyor of some of the finest iPad keyboards known to mankind.

Like almost all other gamepads, the Caliber connects via Bluetooth. It also offers an analog stick and a built-in lithium polymer battery. But the really neat part is the layout: the small, iPhone-sized package opens out to become a long  [Read More...]