Tag: iOS

Using journaling in iPhoto for iOS

What excited me most about the Apple press event today was not the 2048x1536 pixel retina display[^1], or the quad-core A5X CPU, or the 5MP digital camera. What excited me was the introduction of [iPhoto](http://www.apple.com/ipad/from-the-app-store/apps-by-apple/iphoto.html). Now iPhoto is not as feature rich as iPhoto for OS X but it gets the jobs done. The feature…

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Read Later for Mac OS X

[Instapaper](www.instapaper.com/), [Read It Later](http://readitlaterlist.com/), [Readability](http://www.readability.com/) are web based services allow you to save long web pages to read later, when you have time, on your computer, iPhone, iPad, or Kindle. These web based services have native iOS that have become popular on mobile devices but desktop operating systems have gone without. On the Mac, the…

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iOS and OS X

Lion brought with it many iOS like advancements; enhancements to Multi-Touch Gestures, Full Screen apps, Launchpad, Resume/Auto Save/Versions, an iPad like Mail interface, iCal and Address Book highly styled like the iOS counterparts, auto termination of applications again borrowed from iOS, reversed scrolling to better match up with touch screen devices, and many more things…

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AirPort Utility 6.0 Released

**UPDATE**: A writeup on [TUAW](http://www.tuaw.com/2012/01/31/in-pictures-airport-utility-6-0s-missing-features/) suggest that certain features are missing from the update. Last night [Apple released version 6.0](http://support.apple.com/kb/DL1481) of the Apple AirPort Utility for the Mac as well as Time Capsule Firmware Update 7.6.1. The new release does not appear to have gained any new features or fix any bugs. However AirPort Utility…

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maniacalrage: Apple redesigned the Airport Utility app for OS X. It now looks much like the recently released iOS app and gives you a prettier, more useful look at your network. They’ve streamlined the settings themselves too… this is a huge win UI/UX-wise.

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