Tag Archive: Simple


5 Simple & Beautiful Smooth Gradient Wallpapers

Just about everyone loves great wallpapers to spruce up their device desktops and backgrounds, but sometimes obvious scenery is a bit distracting. Rather than settle for something totally dull, a wonderful in-between choice is to use some gorgeous color gradients as wallpaper instead, and that’s exactly what these five choices offer in a variety of … Read More

Let’s face it: We all have some photos on our iPhones or iPads we don’t exactly want other people seeing. When I hand my mother my iPhone to show her photos of my honeymoon in Turkey, there are some photos… Read more ›

To end off your weekend, we’ve got three offers at Cult of Mac Deals that will keep your stuff powered up, let you record Internet radio, and keep that wallet bulge from happening. First up is a package of 100… Read more ›

Spring is well under way, which means it’s high time to do some essential maintenance for your iOS hardware. Yes, we know that cleaning isn’t the most fun thing in the world, but these are all simple tasks, and really it’s the type of regular maintenance that every iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch user should … Read More

Twitter integration is pretty deep throughout OS X and iOS with the sharing abilities and various uses of Siri, but another often overlooked Twitter feature is part of Safari and called “Shared Links”. Put simply, Shared Links can be thought of as an extension of the handy Reading List feature of iOS and OS X, … Read More

I keep a movie to-watch list, a plain text list somewhere in my Dropbox. And as you may have guessed, I never read it. What I probably need is an app like Moviedo, a to-do list for movies that runs… Read more ›

The Finder offers the primary means of navigating the file system of Mac OS X, and though most users will rely entirely on clicking, dragging, and dropping, there are no shortage of keyboard shortcuts to make things even better. If you’re not going to learn them all (and let’s face it, just about nobody does), … Read More

The Simple iPhone Accessory Every Game Boy Lover Needs

Let’s face it, touchscreen controls just aren’t the same as old fashioned, plastic buttons. Free emulators on the iPhone make it easy to play classic games, but the D-pad doesn’t translate very well to a touchscreen. If you’re feeling particularly… Read more ›

UpTo’s original take on the iPhone calendar was fairly unusual. the app allowed you to follow the calendars of friends or organizations, whose events then appeared on your calendar; you could the interact withe the events more or less the… Read more ›     

If you have a cool story or a handy travel tip you’d like to share, Grawler will let you. It’s a new app that wikis up the world by having its community add photos, waypoints, and descriptions of their favorite… Read more ›