Apps

FaceApp (spooky)

With lockdown tending to bring more time to the day I somehow ended up trying a silly photo app called FaceApp. It is a subscription app which puts me off because while I will happily pay for the likes of… Read More ›

Abyss: Read Later review

There is a natural inclination to buy apps that are complete solutions, that can potentially do the work of other apps and which feel like good value purely on the number of features they have. This makes sense and like… Read More ›

Testing new apps

Have you been fortunate enough to be able to ship any new iOS/Mac apps during your time in lockdown? Come share what you’ve been working on that makes you happy… Check out the responses here. Take a look at the… Read More ›

Apple Watch 6 features

This year’s big health feature could be what’s known as SPO2 tracking. This would allow the watch to measure your blood oxygen levels, like a pulse oximeter, and alert you if it dips below a certain threshold, according to 9to5Mac…. Read More ›

Apple and Google vs Covid-19

Across the world, governments and health authorities are working together to find solutions to the COVID-19 pandemic, to protect people and get society back up and running. Software developers are contributing by crafting technical tools to help combat the virus… Read More ›

Watchsmith

It starts with a wide collection of highly customizable complications, which range in function from date, to weather, to astronomy. Each can be adjusted precisely to best fit your desired function and appearance. This set of complications can then be… Read More ›

A potential alternative to Zoom

Generate your free unique link with one click, share it with participants and enjoy unlimited meetings with Skype. Full set of features at your disposal. Your meeting link does not expire and can be used anytime… More here. A potentially… Read More ›