Apps for new iOS devices, setting up new Macs, and more
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Apps for new iOS devices »
The Christmas season is a time that many of us unwrap new iPhones, iPads, and iPods. Anytime I get a new device, I always take a look around to see if there are any new apps that can help make my mobile computing life better. Throughout 2017, we constantly looked for the best of the best.
Apps and services for new Macs »
If you unboxed a new Mac this year, it’s easier than ever to get started on it. Stephen Hackett walks us through some good first steps to setting up a new Mac.
Protect your family from inappropriate content on iOS »
Over Christmas, I am sure many of you have purchased new iPhones, iPads, iPod touches, and Macs for family members (assuming they are on the “good list” this year). One of the things that you want to consider is how you are protecting your children from the not so nice parts of the internet. I’m going to give you some options below that I hope will help create a safe computing environment for your home.
How to generate .FIT files from Apple Watch workouts »
FIT files (.fit) are a common file format for fitness websites that is supported by Garmin Connect, Strava, TrainingPeaks, Final Surge, Runkeeper, and others. One downside of the Apple Watch workout ecosystem, though, is that there is no way to export your data out.
Powerful email marketing made easy (Sponsor) »
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Our thanks to Constant Contact for sponsoring the site this week.