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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Update: The best Pinboard app for iOS »
After buying and testing far more Pinboard apps than any sane person should, we’ve concluded that Pinner is the best of the bunch. But believe me, it’s a close call. We updated the review this week to reflect many changes to the top Pinboard apps, but Pinner is still our pick.
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How to use Siri with the Reminders app »
Reminders is our favorite simple list app for iOS, and one of the reasons is that we love using the native Siri integration. We wrote about some ways that you can use it to add items to your list.
Six Colors: New 9.7-inch iPad replaces Air 2; iPad mini 4 increases capacities »
Apple announced a new version of the iPad that will replace the iPad Air 2 on March 24. The differences are subtle, but very welcome (as is the new price point). The iPad mini 4 was also updated, and Dan Moren (Six Colors) all the specifics related to the spec bumps we can expect this week.
MacStories: Apple Acquires Workflow »
On Wednesday of this week, Apple announced that it acquired Workflow, a popular iOS automation app. The fanbase for Workflow is massive, and the news brings mixed feelings. It’s exciting to see independent developers enjoy the success of an amazingly powerful and useful app they developed, but it also causes concern for what Apple may do with the app down the road. Federico Viticci (MacStories), self-proclaimed Workflow enthusiast and master, goes into more of the details and implications of this announcement. I’m sure we will all watch this one carefully now that Apple holds the reins.
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