How to get two app icons on your iPad homescreen

The new dock has been a great addition to the iPad in iOS 11 and has made getting to those those apps which you use a lot very easy. This has made many people question how they should layout their homescreen(s) since these changes. Some people have moved to putting several apps into a folder […]

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Subscriptions vs Paid up front apps

After trying a new app every month or so, I’ve stuck with two important apps for my task management system and email client for the last year and a half or so. They are Todoist for my task management and Airmail for my email. However, in the last month or so I’ve tried some new […]

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Apple’s New IFTTT applets

If you’d asked me a couple of weeks ago whether Apple would add greater support for IFTTT to some of their apps and services, I’d have said it was almost a certain no (the almost would have been to save your feelings from getting hurt by laughing in your face). Yet here we are and […]

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Associates: Easily create Amazon Affiliate links on iOS

One of the tasks that shows how iOS and using apps can be a lot more efficient that using a desktop is affiliate links to the app store. The amazing Blink by Jon Voorhees makes it really simple to search for and then create an affiliate link to an app store item. Well now he’s […]

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Fantastic Apps to Learn a Language on an IPad

Now we have talked about how we are going to learn a language, it’s useful to find some tools and resources to make sure we can learn. Depending on what language you are learning, this will be more easy or difficult to find. For example French or Spanish have a lot of resources to learn, […]

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Must have Apps for your Mac

When I first switched to a Mac years ago it was harder than I believe it would be today. There were gaps, there were annoyances, and to be honest it was pretty slow. But in this day and age it is so much better. The apps are stronger, the OS is better and more stable, […]

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