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How to Take Great Holiday Photos »

How to Take Great Holiday Photos

To take great holiday photos, itโ€™s all about mood. Itโ€™s a warm and bright season with so many colors and lights. Yet, in many places around the world, itโ€™s cold and dark, which means taking holiday photos indoors. It can be tricky to take photos when in a room that has poor lighting, artificial light, and/or competing hanging lights. But, when captured well, they can work together beautifully to reflect a cozy and festive feel.

In this article Iโ€™m going to give you seven tips on how to take great holiday photos.

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Apps for New Apple Watches »

In this post, we outline five great apps to download on your new Apple device, starting today with the Apple Watch. If you find a new Apple Watch under the tree, these apps are sure to give you a boost beyond the built-in stock apps and take your Apple Watch to the next level.

Essential Apps for New iPhones »

We recently kicked off a quick holiday series of app roundups that make great initial downloads for brand new Apple Watches. No matter the app category youโ€™re looking for, thereโ€™s bound to be a great third-party alternative that is both worth your money and time. We picked five apps we consider absolutely essential for every iPhone, as well as a range of apps that are simply better than their first-party counterparts made by Apple.

How to Control Tabs and Windows on macOS »

Most applications on macOS nowadays have the ability to use tabs as an option โ€” from Finder, Terminal, Mail, and even OmniFocus. The default behavior on the Mac is to open new windows in these apps unless youโ€™re in full screen, which can lead to a messy desktop!

Outlook for iOS Gains New Design and Improved Haptic Feedback »

Microsoft recently updated Outlook for iOS with some major new features, including a fresh coat of paint, haptic feedback, and more. Outlook has been our pick for the best email app for iPhone and iPad for quite a while now, and this fresh coat of paint, the continued stability, the integrated calendar, and the promise of a future filled with enhancements, further stablizes that position.

Darkroom Developers Weigh in on Bringing Version 4.0 to the iPad »

Since its launch three years ago, Darkroom has quickly gained a following among iPhone users looking for a capable, quick, and intuitive photo editing tool. Itโ€™s why we named Darkroom the best photo editor for iPhone, after all.

With its fourth version, the app extends its reach to the iPad with a brand new interface, full support for multi-tasking and keyboard shortcuts, and a ton of refinements on iPhone as well.