What we published, and links of note
Here are the things we published this week, 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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We’ve updated our reviews for Spotify and Scanbot »
It’s been a busy time for app updates recently given the release of iOS 10 and macOS Sierra, and we’re happy to announce that we’ve updated the reviews for Scanbot, the best iOS document scanning app, and Spotify, the best music streaming service.
Ludovic Bubner’s Mac and iOS setup »
Ludovic Bubner is a native French speaker who has been living in Taiwan for 13 years as a French teacher, and also writes and translates during his free time.
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How to customize startup options in Yahoo Sports »
Yahoo Sports, the best iPhone sports app, recently added a new feature I love. While it seems extremely elementary, it makes all the difference in an app like this. You can now customize which screen the app launches to.
Six Colors: On the road with the 13-inch MacBook Pro »
This week, Jason Snell (Six Colors) published a review of the new MacBook Pro after using it on a 10-day trip to Europe. It’s a unique look at Apple’s newest 13-inch Pro model based on Jason’s previous experience with the MacBook Air line for travel. If you’re looking for a Retina display that packs more punch than the 12-inch MacBook, but you don’t want to pony up for the Touch Bar model, this is a great review for you to check out.
The Apple Watch Series 2 Review »
Alright, folks — keep an eye on your wallets when reading through this review of the Series 2 Apple Watch by Josh Ginter for Tools & Toys. Alluring photography, and a compelling case for Apple’s newest iteration on their timepiece will surely sway anyone currently on the fence about trying one out. Josh does a great job of explaining all the use cases that the Watch fills so well, but also talks about the single biggest pain point as well: the price. Definitely worth a read!
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