Mac

AirBuddy 2

With AirBuddy, you can simply open your AirPods case next to your Mac and see the current status right away, just like how it works on your iPhone or iPad. With just a click you’ll be instantly connected and playing… 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 ›

HybridDrive: too good to be true?

As more laptop devices are converting to USB Type-C, many gadgets and devices have not. HybridDrive acts as a bridge to connect, providing a smooth connection to gadgets that are incompatible otherwise. Besides, up to 2TB SSD storage is included… Read More ›

ana tomy

A selection of basic inserts: Plain, ruled, grid, dotted, ruled with red lines, habit tracker, recipe journal and many more. Mix and match the inserts as you see fit… More here. For some bizarre reason I love a high quality… Read More ›

Tot

Over the holidays, my friend Craig Hockenberry started working on a small Mac app with a small name: Tot. The basic idea: Tot has one window containing seven and only seven scratchpads for collecting text. Tot is most certainly not… Read More ›

Bye bye to the best Mac ever

Apple cleaned up its MacBook lineup this week with updated hardware, better prices, and one casualty: the 12-inch MacBook. While the MacBook Air and entry-level MacBook Pro saw changes (and Mac storage prices dropped), Apple killed off its lightest notebook… Read More ›