Posts on this site in the 'iOS' taxonomy, ordered by date
Apple is facing a backlash over its App Store. Epic, third-party developers, the North Dakota Senate and Congress all have it in for them.
Facebook has taken out full-page advertisements in a number of US newspapers to complain about Apple's upcoming privacy change.
NetNewsWire 5.1 for macOS brought in Feedly support and therefore became the feed reader of choice for me. Here's my review of NetNewsWire.
Epic Games are suing both Apple and Google over their app stores. This is amidst antitrust hearings in both the US and the EU.
More information for anyone suffering from Ulysses/iCloud synching problems. It's an iCloud problem with certain types of app.
Apple have made my early 2013 MacBook Pro obsolete, so I need to consider upgrading if I want to remain in the macOS ecosystem.
A review of Agenda version 10 for macOS, iPadOS and iOS. A date-based notes app with to-do and light project management capabilities.
A summary of what we know about Apple AirTags, which is nothing, really, because it's all rumour and speculation.
How to access a Working Copy repository from within iA Writer. It's basically added as a 'Location'.
A review of iA Writer version 5 for macOS, iPadOS and iOS, which is a file-based Markdown editor.
I simply had to have an app that allows me to create new universes and base all my decisions on quantum mechanics.
A review of Apple’s Reminders app under macOS Catalina, iPadOS 13 and iOS 13. It’s now a genuinely useful GTD app.
Apple manages to upset users of its Reminders app with a poorly planned release schedule, giving us iOS/iPadOS 13 a few weeks ahead of macOS Catalina.
My experiences transferring from a plain iPhone 6 to a standard iPhone 11.
Apple's June 2019 WWDC unveiled a mouthwatering array of enhancements to its operating systems. I review some of my favourite features here.
What I would like to see in iOS 13 for the iPad. Mouse support, filesystem access and xCode, essentially.
Panic have announced that they intend to replace Coda, their web development software, with something entirely new.
A very brief review of Apple's Reminders app which lacks two key features as far as I am concerned. The addition of these features would make it truly useful.
A review of Panic's Coda, which is a code editor, FTP and terminal app for macOS and iOS. It's basically very good but suffers from one or two drawbacks.
Whereas Jekyll will run on macOS, it won't run on iOS, so I had to install it on my Linux server. This is the cross-platform process I use to publish articles via Jekyll.
A review of the Dark Sky Weather app, which I tested for seven days. It's quite accurate although it had one or two interface problems.
A review of OmniFocus 2 for macOS and 3 for iPad, the popular list taking, project management and GTD app. In particular, version 3 of OmniFocus for iOS finally brings genuine iPad support.
The Next Web's summary of Apple's 2018 WWDC. Quite a few things were announced that probably interest many people, although I'm a little nonplussed.
I received a brand new 12.9 inch iPad Pro and accessories. In this article I explain the unboxing process, my first impressions and some of the initial tasks I needed to do.
This article describes how I went about changing the way I used Jekyll to support moving from a MacOS MacBook Pro as main computer to using an iOS iPad Pro instead.
There's no easy way to add Microsoft Exchange aliases on iOS like there is on MacOS. In this article I present an ugly but effective workaround.
A review of Bear Writer, a markdown-based note-taking application from Shiny Frog. It supports tags and has multiple import and export options.