An Update to Our Review of the Best GTD App, a Collection of Great Fitness Apps, and More

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We’ve Pushed an Update to Our Review of the Best GTD App for Mac, iPhone, and iPad »

We've Pushed an Update to Our Review of the Best GTD App for Mac, iPhone, and iPad

Just a few years ago, we could have written a review of the best GTD apps for Mac, iPhone, and iPad and updated the review once or twice a year. But thanks to the jump-started development schedules for apps like Things 3 and OmniFocus, weโ€™ve found a need to update this review more than a couple times this year already.

Things 3โ€™s latest headline features โ€” like the appโ€™s URL scheme, dark mode, and extensive keyboard shortcut support โ€” have all hit the app over the last six to eight months or so, somewhat transforming how Things 3 is used in the process.

A Review of the Twelve South BookArc »

A Review of the Twelve South BookArc

Iโ€™ve reviewed a bunch of Twelve South products over the years, from the companyโ€™s iconic BookBook iPhone cases, to the ParcSlope and Curve laptop stands, to the AirSnap and PencilSnap cases for AirPods and Apple Pencil.

But perhaps the most popular and most iconic Twelve South product of all is the BookArc โ€” a simple piece of curved aluminum designed to display your MacBook in all its glory while docked at your desk.

A Roundup of Apps for a Fitter You »

Look, we get it. Taking care of your health can be a real drag sometimes. Itโ€™s a full-time job, really, and it can take forever to see results.

But you dont have to do this alone. And no, weโ€™re not saying you need to go out and hire a personal trainer or diet coach. With the help of just a handful apps, you can use your iPhone and/or Apple Watch to launch your own personal campaign of better fitness habits, starting today, right now.

How to Set macOS to Automatically Change Your Wallpaper »

Did you know that you can change your desktop background automatically on macOS? Itโ€™s very easy to do, and you can have it switch between a folder or album of photos too!

Three Apps We’re Trying This Week: April 22, 2019 »

There are many apps that grace the Mac and iOS App Stores that simply donโ€™t get enough attention or admiration. Sometimes an app is so good at what it does, it becomes the default app for the task and is rarely questioned. Sometimes a new app debuts in a given category and, while it shows promise, doesnโ€™t quite live up to our pick for the best in that category.

There are millions of apps to try out on any given day, and this week we’re trying out Pixelmator Photo, a Day One shortcut, and OliveTree Bible Study.


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