The only way to get an iPhone on T-Mobile the past few years was to go out and buy an unlocked iPhone and put a T-Mobile SIM card in it. Now that T-Mobile has become an official carrier, a lot of iPhone users that are already on the carrier want to be able to use LTE but can’t.
To make things better, T-Mobile says they’re going to rollout an [Read More...]
It’s generally super easy to get notes into Evernote, using the desktop client, the mobile client, and even the web client. There are a ton of different apps on Mac and iOS that will let you interface with Evernote, like Penultimate on the iPad or Reeder on the Mac.
But did you know that you could send emails along to Evernote, too? If you’re swiping through emails on your iPhone, or [Read More...]
Save yourself a trip to your computer and invoice from the beach.
I use Freshbooks on the web all the time to send out invoices and request payment for various writing and freelance jobs I have. It allows me to create invoices, send them, and have people respond to me as if I have a real business with real invoices. It’s [Read More...]
Yesterday, I tipped you off about #NoCrop for Instagram, an app that lets you submit full-sized photos to the social photo service with very little effort.
Today, I want to look at Recygram, another free app that works with Instagram, letting you send photos from your voluminous Instagram archive to Flicker and Tumblr, as well as download them or compress them for sharing. Sounds like a great way to archive all those [Read More...]
Every week Mac Games and More (http://www.macgamesandmore.com/) features an entertainingÂ casual downloadable Mac game to play over the weekend. This week, follow an ice goddess on a warpath! Download it now
Hallowed Legends: Ship of Bones – Collector’s Edition (adventure/hidden objects) – This third installment of Hallowed Legends (following Samhain and Templar), takes you to the entrance gates of a small country village that is teeming with soulless [Read More...]
So, you’re surfing along on your iPhone or iPad and you want to email your buddy a fantastic new site that you’ve found. You hit the Share button, and then curse because it sends it to the default iOS Mail app. But you use the Gmail app! How will you fix this horrible, first-world problem? With a bookmark, of course.
First, launch Safari, and load a [Read More...]
Reading List is a great feature of Safari that syncs saved web pages between Safari on all of your Macs and iOS devices. This lets you save web pages to read later and works a lot like Pocket and Instapaper, except that it doesn’t require any additional downloads, toolbars, plugins, or third party apps in order to use, because it’s all built right into Safari in [Read More...]