What we published, and links of note

Here are the things we published this week and last, as well as some great link material. You can also stay up-to-date by following us on Twitter and RSS.

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Apps for your new iOS devices »

Apps for your new iOS devices

For those of you that received or gave new iOS devices over Christmas, we put together a short list of must-have apps for any iOS user.

A review of the 15-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar »

A review of the 15-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar

The 2016 MacBook Pro with Touch Bar is a giant progression in the Apple portable line, and there are many exciting new features to consider along with the higher price.

Wayne Chan’s Mac and iPhone setup »

Wayne Chan’s Mac and iPhone setup

Wayne Chan is a student at Hangzhou Dianzi University in China, and he also does freelance and records a podcast with his friend occasionally.

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How to access Apple Music playlists from the Today view with Workflow »

Workflow is a fantastic app for iOS that allows for all sorts of automation goodness. While I am not super heavy into iOS automation, MacStories provides a wealth of resources for getting started. What I want to explain for the purproses of this tip is how to add access to some of your favorite Apple Music playlists from the Today view using Workflow.

512 Pixels: Securing the Mac »

Over at 512 Pixels, Stephen Hackett wrote a short guide on improving your Mac security. The great thing about locking down your computer today is that it isn’t difficult by any stretch of the imagination. When our data is so critical and easily accessible, there really isn’t any excuse for lax security measures.

Protecting our personal data is more important now than it has ever been. With a few steps, your Mac and the data on it can be more secure.

​Domainr: Instant Domain Search (Sponsor) »

  • You come up with a great idea, think up a clever name, search for the domain, and it’s already taken. Domainr helps ease that pain. Instantly searching every domain to see what’s available, Domainr also surfaces extra curated suggestions. Once you find the perfect name that’s available, register it where you always do.

Our thanks to Domainr for sponsoring the site this week!