The app is written in the Swift programming language and it feels like a natural part of macOS.
There are no ads—targeted or otherwise—and no tracking users of any kind, such as data mining.
If you ever wanted to copy how iOS 11’s Files app manages your cloud storage, CloudMounter for Mac is the answer.
Here’s Bryan Chaffin’s three word review of the Azio Retro Classic BT keyboard: Loud, Glorious, Backlit.
Andrew Orr found an app that lets you search for text and objects in photos.
After two weeks of putting HomePod through real world use we’re ready to tell you if it lives up to Apple’s hype. Here’s how it holds up as a streaming music player, Siri voice assistant, and more.
MyIdol is a 3D avatar creator that uses machine learning to create a lifelike replica of you.
Dave Hamilton, self-professed musician and geek, takes us through his first weekend with HomePod, dissecting what it means to him, and what that might (or might not!) mean to you.
Weather Now presents information in an easy-to-digest way, and it looks great.
John looks at another interesting clear case for iPhone X — this time from Just Mobile.
Bryan Chaffin has been using Kanex’s GoPower Watch—a portable Apple Watch charger—for months, and loves it. Here’s why.
The iPhone X is a very special smartphone and deserves a very special case.
VSCO celebrates the act of photography as an art form, and there is a special subscription called VSCO X, that gives you exclusive tools to use.
The leather is high quality, the stitching is strong, and the wool felt liner on the inside keeps a grip on your MacBook without scratching it.
We’ve been putting the iPhone X through its paces since it came out and are ready to tell you what we think. Best iPhone ever, or just an expensive toy?
The developer, Christian Selig, is a former Apple intern who wanted to build a Reddit app that closely adhered to Apple’s design guidelines.
The recently released Logitech CRAFT keyboard for PCs and Macs has more than the usual features for a keyboard, and most are good.
There are features for advanced users who may already have a PGP key set up, and beginners who just want it handled automatically.
It’s a small thing, to be sure, but when Bryan Chaffin get up to work, he’s found himself immediately drawn to it, sitting all sweet and pretty in his Mac’s Notifications.