It’s an outdoor group talk system for active people like runners, cyclists, hikers, etc. They let you create a group chat with up to 10 people.
The Lynktec TruGlide Duo Stylus Pen has been redesigned. It’s elegant in design, built well, and features both a ballpoint pen and a microfiber stylus.
The Everlast notebook by Rocketbook is a reusable notebook. It marries digital technology with the physical world by letting you upload handwritten notes to the cloud.
Any Mac user who works on the internet with people in other time zones should have this essential, time-tested app. John loves it.
Apple’s macOS Mojave is the most interesting, capable and stable release in years. John offers up his observations.
Whether it’s on your Mac hard drive, an external hard drive, or a USB stick, Disk Drill does it all. And with Disk Drill 3 you can use it to recover iOS data.
It’s technically not a drone because it isn’t able to fly by itself. But that doesn’t stop it from being a neat little gadget.
There’s been a seismic shift with iPads. At one time, physical keyboards were frowned upon. But nowadays, iPad keyboards are in. And much appreciated by road warriors. John reviews the latest keyboard offering from Brydge.
Apple’s macOS Finder has evolved slowly over the years. It started simple, got faster and more refined, but never evolved dramatically. But Path Finder, now at version 8, has.
Bryan Chaffin has been testing AirVinyl’s Leather AirPod Case for weeks, and says it offers a snug fit, satisfying motion, and solid protection.
The SanDisk Extreme Portable SSD is an insanely small, fast, external SSD. At 44 grams, USB-C, some degree of water resistance, and up to 2 TB storage, it’s a spectacular product in tests so far.
The company sent me a pair of NuForce BE Sport4 headphones to review. Overall I’m pleased with their performance.
Here’s the unique part: your passwords aren’t available on other devices unless you’re in physical range.
It gives you 3D lighting similar to portrait lighting, which is great if you have an iPhone 7 Plus like Andrew and can’t get portrait lighting.
The app is only US$2.99 and I recommend it to data curators and other users who want to organize their PDFs.
Sometimes the controls can be a bit awkward in certain situations, but overall Andrew thinks Epic Games did well with the app.
WonderSwipe is a research tool that wants to help you search faster. Andrew Orr spent some time using it, and here are his thoughts.
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.