An update to our best general purpose weather app pick, a tip on resizing images in Preview, and more
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Updated: The best general purpose weather app »
In our research for the best weather app, we found CARROT Weather to be the best overall weather app for iPhone and iPad. It has Dark Sky and Weather Underground support, a great design that’s full of personality, and a fast, customizable Apple Watch app. While there are a lot of great weather apps, CARROT Weather is the one that stands out above the rest.
Learn Ulysses: Here It Is »
Our brand-new course, Learn Ulysses, is now available. It sells for just $29.
The Learn Ulysses course is for anyone who wants to take full advantage of this app in order to get on top of things and be more productive.
You deserve to be free to focus on your ideas, your writing, your notes, and your research. That’s why I use Ulysses, and that’s why I want to help you learn Ulysses and discover everything it’s capable of doing. Find out more right here.
How to resize images using Preview in macOS »
On macOS, Preview.app is highly underrated for all it can do. It’s my go-to app for a lot of things — one of them being fast image resizing. Let’s say you have an image that is too big for where you want to use it. Preview can quickly cut it down.
MacStories: Pixelmator Pro announced »
Pixelmator has been a staple on my Macs for quite some time, which means I don’t have to worry about keeping an Adobe Photoshop subscription active for simple photo edits. So, like John Voorhees (MacStories), I’m pretty excited about the upcoming Pixelmator Pro. My favorite feature of Pixelmator is the fact that it completely replaces Photoshop for me. If Pixelmator Pro can improve on the original and offer more pro features, it will be an even more serious and cost-effective competitor to the lumbering Adobe product.
Timing — the Automatic Mac Time Tracking App (Sponsor) »
Time is your most precious resource. You need to know how you are spending it.
But time tracking sucks. Big Time. (Pun intended.)
The brand new Timing fixes that.
It automatically tracks which apps, documents and websites you use — without start/stop timers.
See how you spend your time, eliminate distracting activities, and improve your client billing.
Timing lets you stop worrying about time and focus on doing your best work instead!
Mind you, this data is super sensitive, so Timing keeps it safe on your Mac.
Download the free 14-day trial today and get 10% off!
Our thanks to Timing for sponsoring the site this week!