Tag Archive: Look


Oh Look, Jony Ive Ate Pizza With Silicon Valley’s Most Powerful People Last Night [Image]

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Everybody wants to be Jony Ive’s friend, so he probably gets invited to a lot of the dinners where Silicon Valley’s elite just hangout, scarf down pizza, and get blitzed on wine. We rarely see pictures of such events, but last night a picture was posted of Sir Jony himself hanging out with 11 of the most powerful people in Silicon Valley.

The dinner was hosted by Nirav Tolia – a  [Read More…]

Temple Run 2: Don’t Stop Running, And Don’t Look Down [Review]

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Beware, this sequel may make you afraid of heights.

For a game that’s been downloaded over 170 million times and spawned countless ripoffs, the sequel to Temple Run came as a complete shock. The smash-hit endless runner started sneaking into App Stores around the world yesterday, and it went live in the U.S. late last night. Imangi Studios, the small company behind Temple Run, had no promotional material or teasers  [Read More…]

What An iPhone Mini, iPhone 5S And iPad 5 Could Look Like [Gallery]

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We know that Apple’s product roadmap for 2013 will consist of new iPads, iPhones and Macs. That’s nothing new. Apple is always working on new stuff, and if 2012 is anything to go by, we’re about to see an onslaught of new products.

Martin Hajek is a successful designer, and his work has been featured multiple times here on Cult of Mac. His iPad mini and iPhone 5 concepts from last  [Read More…]

This Is What Game Center Should Look Like In iOS 7 [Concept]

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Awhile back we showed you a great concept for a redesigned iOS Notes app. The concept was part of Cult of Mac reader and designer Adrian Maciburko’s iOS 7 “Crystal Interface” idea. Now Maciburko has shared a redesigned Game Center interface that does away with the skeuomorphism in iOS 6. No more woodgrain or felt textures.

“I believe the Game Center app would benefit by changing to a slide out  [Read More…]

Use Quick Look Plugins To View Markdown And Other Files, Right In The Finder

Do you use Markdown to write for the web, or for publishing? And does it drive you crazy that every time you search through the Finder for your documents, you have to open them up in a text editor just to see which one is which?

Sure, you could use meaningful file names to identify them, but who has time for that? What you need is QLMarkdown, a neat Quick Look plugin for the Mac.

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IMDb Hits Version 3.0 With Fresh Look, Recommendations, And More On iPad

The IMDb app is one of my favorites on the iPad, so I was pleased to see that it received a pretty big update today with a lot of new features. Version 3.0 brings a new user interface that focuses on showcasing movies and TV shows in a visually appealing way. There’s a full-featured Watchlist and recommendations that are tailored to each user.

The general experience of browsing photos and lists  [Read More…]

This Is Exactly What A Credit Card From Apple Would Look Like [Image]

 

 

Would Apple ever make a credit card? They’ve got millions of credit cards on file for iTunes and App Store purchases. They could integrate it with Passbook. And they’ve got over $ 100 billion in cash just chillin in the bank, so why not?

We don’t think Apple would ever make a credit card, but it’s an interesting idea that the guys at Credit Card Compare dreamed up –  [Read More…]

Level Up The Look Of Your Photos With The Mac Photo Bundle [Deals]

We’re at the time of year where we’re shooting tons of photos. Whether it’s at a family gathering, capturing wintry landscapes, or admiring decorations adorning houses in your neighbourhood, taking photos is definitely on the agenda. But taking photos isn’t enough – you want to make them look as appealing as possible, and Cult of Mac Deals has assembled The Mac Photo Bundle to help you get more out of every  [Read More…]

A Closer Look At Camtasia 2 For Mac [Deals]

One of the highlights of The iStack Mac Bundle 2.0 is Camtasia 2 for Mac. This app gives you flexible recording options, professional – and yet easy-to-use – editing tools, along with web and mobile sharing capabilities so that you can show incredible video screencasts to the world.

Now there are several other options out there that you can choose from when it comes to screen-capturing apps (I even did a  [Read More…]

5 Tips to Make iTunes 11 Look Normal Again

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So you got iTunes 11, launched it for the first time, and now you’re wondering where everything is and why it looks so different? You’re not alone, any time an apps user interface is redesigned it’s sure to leave some people confused as things are switched around, hidden, and adjusted. If you’re a creature of habit like me, you’ll want to make iTunes look “normal” again, that  [Read More…]