OS X Lion introduces a new layout to Mail that makes life a lot easier, thanks to threaded conversations. But it can be kind of… monochromatic. Want to make it more eye-catching — and useful? Add photos to your Address Book contacts. Here’s how.
Archives for August 2011
Ever heard of “letterpress,” aka the wood-tile printing press? It’s becoming an extreme rarity in our modern age, the hand-crafted beauty of it going nearly extinct.Â LetterMpressÂ for iPad isÂ the creation of letterpress enthusiasts who want to keep the artform alive.
Love games? You’re going to love today’s batch of apps that are free for a limited time only! And non-gamers will find some goodies, too.
Apple’s Recycling Program just got a big upgrade. Starting today, your old iPhones and iPads have been added to the list of eligible products you can send in to Apple for recycling — and you could get an Apple Gift Card in exchange. And that’s not all…
Learn English as your second language, become a fine art expert, learn to play the guitar, and more in today’s free apps!
iOS 5 is bringing more than 200 new features to your iPhone, iPod, and iPad, many of which haven’t been revealed yet by Apple. Here are the 20 best features we do know about.
Plenty of fun apps for kids and adults alike in today’s edition! Take advantage of these offers quick — before they stop being free.
With so many cell phone users moving to the iPhone (thanks, Verizon), one thing lost among the hype is how fragile the darn things are. If you drop your iPhone, or spill something on it, or someone steals it… Guess what: an AppleCare plan won’t help you.
Today there’s an acclaimed app for exporting music from your iDevice, a fantastic, Instagram-like photo editing/sharing app, a trio of goodies for travelers, and much more!
There was a time when TV Guide‘sÂ grid was useful. Back in the days when there were only a handful of channels or even a few dozen. But today, when most cable or satellite subscribers getÂ hundreds of channels, we need a new paradigm. Enter TV Forecast HD.