What we published this week

Here’s a quick look at what we published this week. You can also stay up to date by following us on Twitter and RSS.

Also, we have a weekly email newsletter that sums up all the new and cool things published to the site. If you like to stay up-to-date via email then you should sign up here.

The most popular apps

The Sweet Setup is almost four months old, and Day One is still the number one app on the Popular page.

We love Day One for its easy and simple approach to journaling, logging, and remembering events in our lives. For a classy journaling app that works on all your devices, you can’t do better.

The runner-up for most popular app is Tweetbot. We like Tweetbot for its delightful design and powerful functionality for interacting with Twitter.

Sweet Setup interview

This week’s setup features David Sparks, editor, writer, and janitor at MacSparky.com. David also occasionally writes for Macworld and co-hosts the Mac Power Users podcast.

Also, check out David’s awesome MacSparky Field Guides, electronic books with attitude.

Quick tip: Name your Apple devices

This week, Stephen shows us how to give our Apple devices some extra character by giving them unique names.

Editing this name to something more exciting will not only make you feel better, but can give your Mac a more unique name on the network, making File Sharing easier and more fun for everyone.

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Our thanks to Backblaze for sponsoring The Sweet Setup this week. If you’re interested in booking a sponsorship, learn more here.