When you get started with Beats Music for iPhone, it asks you to select genres and artists you like so it can show you more music you might also like. One way you can discover music is with The Sentence, where you can pick from a large group of preset answers to create a sentence about your […]
Saga, a lifelogging app for learning more about your daily habits, has some fun polish for when you’re traveling at just the right speed. As a lifelogging app, it’s designed to sit in the background, passively and privately log your steps and the places you go, then tell you interesting things about your (and, optionally, […]
If you paste an address into Contacts on OS X Mavericks, Contacts figures it out and places information like city and zip codes into the proper text fields. In my testing this works for single- and multi-line addresses, such as Shedd Aquarium, AgileBits1, and Realmac Software. This should have been in OS X 10.0. Possibly […]
In iOS 7, when launching an app inside of a folder, the folder stays open so that when the app is closed other other apps in the folder can easily be launched. However, after launching an app from a folder and then using the app switcher to switch to another app that is not in […]
With their 3.0 release, Path for iPhone and iPad added private chats so you can have one-on-one conversations in addition to sharing life’s adventures with all your friends. What might fly under the radar is that each chat has a different background, and it’s created from your conversation partner’s cover photo.
If you tap the disclosure arrow in Apple Maps to view detail about a location, the preview image at the top of the info page gets the Ken Burns effect, slowly zooming in and out, rotating with other photos to give you warm fuzzies about the location. [thanks Zev Eisenberg!]
If you’re reading an article in The Magazine on iPad, and you scroll past an image that takes up the full width of your device, the controls at the top of the screen will fade out while the image is at the top, and fade back in once the image is gone. [thanks Grant Butler!]
When you change your alarm time in Fantastical for Mac (as well as Fantastical for iPhone), a truly fantastic replacement for Apple’s calendar app, it sweats the details between whether an alarm is ’1 hour’ or ’2 hours’ before an event. You can get Fantastical in the Mac App Store and App Store