Tag Archive: Apps


How to Allow Apps from Anywhere in macOS Sierra Gatekeeper

Gatekeeper in macOS Sierra is now stricter than ever, defaulting to only allow options for apps downloaded from either the App Store or the App Store and identified developers. Advanced Mac users may wish to allow a third option, which is the ability to open and allow apps downloaded from anywhere in macOS Sierra. To … Read More

Fix Apps Crashing Immediately on Launch with a New iPhone 7

After getting a new matte black iPhone 7 Plus and setting it up as new, I discovered nearly every pre-installed app on the iPhone was crashing immediately on launch. The primary apps like Safari, Phone, and Messages worked, but any of the secondary bundled apps like Numbers, Pages, iTunes U, iMovie, Keynote, Garageband, iBooks and … Read More

Teach your old Mac new tricks with these awesome apps [Deals]

You’ve got a Mac, but it could be doing more for you. From getting your phone running in top shape, taking more organized notes, or getting your streaming music playlists in order, we’ve got a triplet of useful apps at slashed prices that run the gamut. Take a look: PhoneExpander for Mac – 50% off […]

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Apple’s inconsistent ban hammer comes down on Reddit apps

Less than a week after Reddit finally debuted its own official Reddit app for iOS, Apple has started cracking down on popular third-party Reddit clients in the App Store. The reason? No, apparently it’s not got anything to do with Reddit pulling some strings over at Cupertino — although the timing sure makes it appear […]

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These insight-stimulating apps help you get more out of each work hour [Deals]

If you’re getting frustrated with your productivity or workflow at the computer, you might need to get your computer to work with you better. Scapple is a freeform, mind-mapping application that makes it effortless to record your ideas and tease out connections between them. Once you start using Scapple, it’ll become an invaluable tool for […]

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Disqus, GarageBand, and other awesome apps of the week

Is there a better way to spend Sunday than by checking out the latest apps to grace the App Store over the past seven days? This week I’ve chosen to focus less on games than productivity apps (although there’s a neat Reddit client thrown in for good measure!) From a great custom keyboard to a […]

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How to get ripped with Apple Watch weightlifting apps

Fitness is not just about walking, running and cycling, despite what your Apple Watch may have you believe. Strength training is also important. Without it, your fitness routine is like a one-hand clap. Whether you are aiming for a ripped beach body or just to improve your overall health, you need to lift some weights. […]

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Apple might finally let you delete unwanted iOS apps

Get ready to say goodbye to that folder on your iPhone holding all the stock iOS apps you never use. Code found in iTunes suggests Apple finally plans to give iPhone and iPad users the tools to delete unwanted iOS apps that come pre-installed on devices like the Compass, Tips, Stocks, Voice Memos, and more. […]

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Rebus Zone, Snapchat v2, and other awesome apps of the week

It’s another lazy Sunday, which means that it’s time to unwind in your favorite chair with a sampling of the week’s finest apps. And, boy, have we got a fine selection for you! Whether you’re after Nintendo’s first mobile title; a game which will keep your brain working as it entertains you; or a major update for […]

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6 useful Apple Pencil apps for people who don’t draw

When I purchased a 12.9-inch iPad Pro back in November, I bought an Apple Pencil to go with it. When I decided against the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, I kept my Apple Pencil. Even though I don’t draw, I found a lot of other ways the Apple Pencil fit into my workflow. And I knew Apple […]

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