Tag Archive: Pages


Flickr’s New Photo Pages Are Faster, Fuller, Flickrer

You know how Flickr is cool and all but whenever you just want to see the info about a photo, you have to search all over the page and click a bunch of buttons and they all take forever to…Read more ›

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Use Bookmarks in iBooks App for iOS to Quickly Access Saved Pages

iBooks For those who read within the iBooks app of iOS, digital bookmarks are a very useful feature that work much like bookmarks do in a real paper book; you set a bookmark on a page, and you then have easy access for future reference, whether to find where you left off reading or to quickly jump to an important passage.

You can set bookmarks with just about anything that  [Read More…]

Make a Dashboard Widget from Parts of Web Pages in Mac OS X

Dashboard in Mac OS X Dashboard is a largely under appreciated feature of Mac OS X that adds little widgets to the Dashboard space or added directly to the desktop itself. Much of Dashboards lack of use comes down to not having widgets that pertain to interests of the user, and that’s where this trick comes in, which allows you to quickly create your very own custom Dashboard widget from any  [Read More…]

Make a Dashboard Widget from Parts of Web Pages in Mac OS X

Dashboard in Mac OS X Dashboard is a largely under appreciated feature of Mac OS X that adds little widgets to the Dashboard space or added directly to the desktop itself. Much of Dashboards lack of use comes down to not having widgets that pertain to interests of the user, and that’s where this trick comes in, which allows you to quickly create your very own custom Dashboard widget from any  [Read More…]

iPad App Detects Pages Turning On A Real Life Paper Book

This is the Bridging Book, and it “bridges” the gap between reality and virtual reality by combining an iPad app with an actual paper book. The concept is simple and yet looks to be very effective, if the smiles on the kid in the video are anything to go by: The iPad detects page turns made in the book using magnets. Yes, frikkin’ magnets.

Each page has a magnet in  [Read More…]

How to Save Web Pages as PDF Files on the iPad & iPhone

PDF icon One little feature that iOS really needs is the ability to natively “print to PDF” directly on the iPad and iPhone, a popular trick on the Mac and in the PC world that allows you to digitally print anything and, in this case, save the contents of any web document or web page as a self-contained PDF document, allowing it to be read later, printed, or used for whatever  [Read More…]

Flipboard Update Delivers New Profile Pages, Friends Category, SMS Sharing

Flipboard-profiles

Flipboard for iOS has received a number of new features in its latest update, which is available to download from the App Store today. Users can now enjoy profile pages with readership and curation statistics, as well as a new Friends category in the Content Guide. There’s also the ability to share stories via SMS.

Flipboard 2.0, which landed back in March, gave users the ability to create their own customized  [Read More…]

Facebook Pages Manager Gets Photo Filters, Emoji & Stickers

Facebook-Pages-Manager

Facebook Pages Manager for iOS just got a big version 2.0 update that brings a number of performance improvements and new features. Facebook says the app has been rebuilt to offer a smoother, faster experience, while photo filters and support for emoji and stickers have been added.

Scrolling through your Page timeline is now faster than ever before, Facebook says, while photos open faster and close with a quick downward swipe  [Read More…]

Barry For iOS Save Screenshots Of Entire Web Pages

Barry

Ever wanted to save a picture of an entire webpage? I have. Last time I made a style guide for our Cult of Mac reviews, I wanted to take a picture and scrawl notes on it. Could I find an app to help? Could I hell. In the end I resorted to printing PDF on my Mac and…. I can’t really remember. It was so convoluted that my brain has repressed the  [Read More…]