Tag Archive: Resolutions

Popular fitness app makes U.S. debut in time for New Year’s resolutions

You have a gym membership, but you’ve talked yourself out of going. You paid for a personal trainer and found reasons to cancel. Maybe fitness can be achieved through your smartphone or smartwatch, but the excuse that now grinds the revolution to a halt is too many apps from which to choose. Freeletics, a workout […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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Jump-start those New Years resolutions and save with these cool fitness accessories [Deals]

If you are like most, you’ve made a New Years resolution to get in shape. Cult of Mac Deals wants to help you achieve your best results. Today we highlight deals that can help you attain your fitness goals. Read on…Read more ›

Pupil Switches Retina Resolutions Right From Your Menubar

Remember when we used to switch resolutions on our computers? No, probably not. That’s because only old people experienced the pain of doing such a thing manually – these days our monitors are built in to our computers, and the pixel-mapping is done by the OS.

Unless you have a new Retina MacBook Pro that is. Now there might actually be a reason to switch resolutions. But who wants to dig around in  [Read More…]

9 Essential New Years Resolutions & Tips Mac Users Can Do Right Now

Essential Mac maintenace tips for new years (or any time of year)

Happy New Year! Start your new year off right with some simple digital resolutions to make your Mac perform better, be safer and more secure, plus you will get some added peace of mind. We’ve broken these tips into three simple sections, follow along and your Mac will thank you for the year to come.

Perform Basic System Maintenance  [Read More…]

Display Menu Lets You Quickly Switch Resolutions From Your Macs Menu Bar For Free

The quickest way to switch resolutions on your Mac.

Display Menu is a simply yet incredibly handy little app that just hit the Mac App Store. It allows you to quickly switch display resolutions and change display settings from your Mac’s menu bar negating the need to navigate the System Preferences options for free.

Once installed, Display Menu adds a small icon to your Mac’s menu bar that looks like  [Read More…]