Thanks to our busy working lifestyles, time is now a precious commodity, with so much of it wasted at work. Pointless meetings, sitting in traffic, scrolling through repetitive emails – work can often be a time-consuming and laborious task. Here are five iOS apps to help save you time at work.
Augmented reality and ARKit 2 was a major focus of Apple’s WWDC Keynote on Monday, but is augmented reality ready for the big time yet? Craig Federighi said in his WWDC presentation that “AR is transformational technology,” and he is surely right. But its implementation might require a dramatic transformation of the way we interact […]
WWDC is fast approaching, and that means we’re getting ready for the next major update to macOS and iOS. While there’s been some noise about “maintenance releases” for both operating systems, Apple will likely still release new features or update old ones. We can always debate what to expect, but there’s a more pressing problem: […]
Some people say that storing bitcoins is the hardest part. All the events that have occurred over the past few years – exchange platforms getting hacked – have made it unsafe to leave your crypto reserve in your exchange wallet after purchasing them. It is advisable that you transfer them in a wallet where they […]
If you rely on your memory to store your passwords, your passwords likely aren’t very secure. Sure, you probably use a mixture of letters and numbers, which is better than nothing, I suppose. But you’ve been conditioned by crappy password strength gauges to believe that all you need for a secure password is a mixture […]
iOS 11 dramatically upgraded the OS’s screenshot capabilities, with things like in-place annotation, a brand-new interface and a fully-featured share sheet that allows for the quick posting of screenshots. Not only will screenshots no longer clutter your photo library, but you can now create and share way more functional screenshots with no extra apps. What’s […]
If you like reading books on a screen, then e-books are one of the best inventions of this century. Carrying a library in your purse or pocket is an amazing freedom for avid readers, and display and annotation tools make reading more useful and educational. But outside of DRM-mandated apps like Apple’s iBooks and Amazon’s […]