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What we published, and links of note

Here are the things we published this week and last, 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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The best pomodoro app for Mac and iOS »

The best pomodoro app for Mac and iOS

There are a lot of great options available for a digital implementation of the pomodoro method, but we believe that none of them offer the simple interface and useful features that Be Focused Pro does. In our opinion, it’s the perfect blend of powerful timeboxing tools and a clean, beautiful user interface to help support you when getting your work done.

Kris Rojas’ Mac, iOS, and Watch setup »

Kris Rojas’ Mac, iOS, and Watch setup

Kris Rojas is a Media Producer for a company headquartered in Virginia, and is also a Star Wars enthusiast, horror film aficionado, freelance cinematographer, and an online student enrolled in the Digital Cinematography program at Full Sail University.

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How to review your passwords in 1Password using sort options »

1Password, the best password manager for macOS and iOS, has some great search and sort options for managing your database of passwords. The following tips only work on macOS, though, and you start by clicking the drop down menu below the search bar to reveal a list of potential sorting options.

(Six Colors) iClever Bluetooth Keyboard review: Compact and long-lasting, but not without quirks »

Collecting and trying different types of keyboards has always been a hobby of mine (I’m a big fan of the first Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic), and Dan Moren (Six Colors) reviewed a unique Bluetooth keyboard this week that looks very interesting. Featuring a split, ergonomic layout, the ability to fold in half for easy storage, and Bluetooth, it sounds like an ideal keyboard for some. After reading Dan’s review, I’m considering trying one myself.

(Macworld) Why the 10.5-inch iPad Pro is a typing champ »

If you’ve been wondering how the new 10.5-inch iPad Pro improves the typing situation compared to the old 9.7-inch model, Jason Snell (Macworld) wrote a brief review that covers both the new Smart Keyboard as well as the new iOS 11 software keyboard. Even though it doesn’t seem like much additional space when you compare the screen sizes, it’s apparently enough to classify the new 10.5-inch iPad Pro as a full-size keyboard. If the 9.7-inch was a bit small for your taste, the new 10.5-inch might be that perfect balance of size and comfort without the added bulk of the 12.9-inch model.

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