A Roundup of the Best Wireless Active Noise Cancelling Headphones, A Closer Look at Using Darkroom on an iPad, and More

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A Roundup of the Best Wireless Active Noise Cancelling Headphones »

A Roundup of the Best Wireless Active Noise Cancelling Headphones

Over the past several months, I’ve been gathering and testing the top contenders for best wireless active noise cancelling headphones. This is a popular category in an age of disappearing headphone jacks, and the competition for the best noise cancelling headphones is fierce.

The journey was prompted by my own desire to replace an aging pair of wired Bose QuietComfort 25s with something new. That pair has travelled with me around the world without missing a beat, so its replacement had big shoes to fill.

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A Closer Look at Darkroom for iPad »

When Darkroom first came out, I heard it was amazing, opened it, checked out the filters, edited a few photos with it, and never opened it again. It was alright, but it didn’t do anything for me that VSCO Cam didn’t already, and it had far fewer filters. Then, more recently I heard Darkroom had been updated to include so many features that it rivals Lightroom. This piqued my interest. Lightroom Mobile is my go-to app for mobile editing. I’ve spent hours in the new, improved Darkroom, and while I think it has majorly stepped up, I still can’t get myself to commit to it.

Jeffrey Abbott’s Mac Setup »

Jeffrey Abbott is the Senior Editor at The Sweet Setup, but works as a project manager by day and contributes to The Pen Addict as well.

How to Customize Control Center on watchOS »

The Control Center on the Apple Watch is available by swiping up from the home screen, and it lets you do things like enable Theater Mode (which is great for sleeping), and ping your iPhone. However, some icons are closer together than others by default, and there’s nothing worse than accidentally pinging your iPhone by accident because your finger didn’t hit the right button!

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