Tag Archive: Tools


FiftyThree’s Paper Receives The iOS 7 Treatment, Enhanced Drawing Tools

Today FiftyThree released a new version of Paper that has been optimized for iOS 7. The update also includes enhancements to existing tools, like Zoom. Since Paper is designed to be a blank slate to begin with, the changes aren’t…Read more ›    [Read More…]

Picturelife, Now With In-App Photo Editing Tools

Users of Picturelife on iOS can now edit their cloud-stored photos right there in the app, thanks to an update launched yesterday. Picturelife was already one of the most full-featured photo-wrangling services around (it’s my favorite, although I have a…Read more ›    

How to Install Command Line Tools in OS X Mavericks (Without Xcode)

Mac users who prefer to have a more traditional Unix toolkit accessible to them through the Terminal may wish to install the optional Command Line Tools subsection of the Xcode IDE. From OS X Mavericks onward, this is now easily possible directly and without installing the entire Xcode package first, no developer account is required … Read More

iWork For iCloud Gets Updated With New Collaboration Tools

iWork for iCloud is technically still in its beta phase, but Apple pubilished an updated to its suite of productivity apps this afternoon that will certainly make it more appealing for those looking for a Google Docs alternative. The new…Read more ›

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These Are The Secret Little Tools Apple Uses To Repair The iPhone 5s

A lot of fuss has been made about the iPhone’s lack of repairability ever since it debuted in 2007 without *gasp* a removeable battery. Six years of design updates later and the iPhone is still as hard to tinker with…Read more ›

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Get a Fully Functioning Terminal in Google Chrome Developer Tools

Just about every web developer or designer is familiar with Google Chrome’s Developer Tools, which allows for easy browser based debugging, tweaking, and adjusting of web pages and web applications. Those who live in web browsers and text editors know just how useful DevTools is, and with the help of a third party Chrome extension you can make Chrome an even better development tool by adding a Terminal to the existing array of developer tools. Yes, a terminal like Terminal.app,  [Read More…]

Get a Fully Functioning Terminal in Google Chrome Developer Tools

Just about every web developer or designer is familiar with Google Chrome’s Developer Tools, which allows for easy browser based debugging, tweaking, and adjusting of web pages and web applications. Those who live in web browsers and text editors know just how useful DevTools is, and with the help of a third party Chrome extension you can make Chrome an even better development tool by adding a Terminal to the existing array of developer tools. Yes, a terminal like Terminal.app,  [Read More…]

Ending Soon: Get Over $3000 Worth Of Premium Developer And Designer Tools With The SuperStacked Mac Bundle [Deals]

This is one of Cult of Mac Deals’ biggest bundles yet. This one is a little less consumer focused, as the emphasis is on entrepreneurs, designers, and developers. But it’s stacked with apps, web services, and design elements that are…Read more ›

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Vine Update Brings Multiple Drafts And Editing Tools

Today Twitter’s Vine app was updated with a few new features, most notably the ability to save multiple video drafts at once and editing tools. Draft support, which Vine is calling “Sessions,” allows you to save up to 10 clips…Read more ›

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Get Over $3000 Worth Of Premium Developer And Designer Tools With The SuperStacked Mac Bundle [Deals]

This is one of Cult of Mac Deals’ biggest bundles yet. This one is a little less consumer focused, as the emphasis is on entrepreneurs, designers, and developers. But it’s stacked with apps, web services, and design elements that are worth over $3000. And this bundle – aptly named The SuperStacked Mac Bundle – starts […]

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