Every day dozens and dozens of new and updated apps and games hit the iOS and Mac App Stores. It's impossible to keep up with them all, but it's not impossible to pick out the very best. Here they are! Today we've got photography apps, organizational tools, a vital update to a popular social media app and more!
Escalation. Costner brings a knife, Connery brings a gun. Wayne dresses in a bat suit, a smiling psycho gets green hair and a purple suit. And I write an article about my iPad Home screen, so Peter goes and posts about his Mac dock. Well, two can play the escalation game. So, here's what's on my Retina MacBook Pro dock right now!
I currently have two Macs in my workflow, a 13" MacBook Air and a 27" iMac. My iMac is my main work machine in my home office while I use my MacBook Air on the go. For the most part the docks on both are mirror images of each other. I have loads of apps on both of my Macs, but I depend on certain ones a lot more than others. Here's a look at the ones that currently earn a spot in my dock...
We've already decided on our best apps of 2013 but we still want you to know our most personal ones — the apps we have given primetime spots on our Home screens. Rene's already shared his iPad Air setup so now I'm going to share what's on my iPhone 5s, at least for right now. See, the first page of my Home screen rarely ever stays the same for more than a few weeks. I switch apps based on what I need and like at the time. There are a few staples, however, that might get shuffled but never get bumped. Here they are!
Since there aren't a ton of iOS devices — like there are Android or smartwatches — the staff at iMore has traditionally shared our favorite apps instead. We didn't get to it at the end of last year, what with the best app awards and CES and all, so we decided to do it now, as a way to ring in the new year. Last week I shared what's on my iPhone for The Sweet Setup, so I'm going to focus on the iPad now. Here's my current iPad Air Home screen, and a few words on why I have it just exactly that way...
Tweetbot 3 for iPhone has been given a small, but not insignificant update today, adding support for Twitters new direct message image support feature. Added to the official Twitter client a few weeks ago, Tweetbot is one of the first of the third-party apps to add the new feature.
Tapbots has posted Tweetbot 1.4 for Mac. It's a Twitter client that helps you manage multiple timelines, displaying different accounts in multiple windows and columns. Other features include Notification Center support, Retina display graphics, support read it later services like Pocket and Instapaper, and more.
Paul Haddad and Mark Jardine - Tapbots - have posted a frequently asked questions (FAQ) page dedicated to Tweetbots 3, and more specifically, any common confusion or feature requests people might have. From Tapbots: