What we published, and links of interest
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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Illya Starikov’s Mac and iOS setup »
Illya Starikov is a full-time Computer Science student by day, and (still) a full-time Computer Science student by night.
In his free time, he likes to indulge in podcasts, reading, writing, Vexillology (that’s a thing), enjoying photography, drinking too much coffee and tea, and staying active.
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Quick Tip: Quickly assign due dates to tasks in Wunderlist »
Wunderlist, our favorite app for shared lists recently added a great feature to its web, Mac, and Windows 7 app: smart due dates. It works similarly to other natural language input mechanisms on other apps. As you start typing an addition to a list, finish it off with next monday, tomorrow, or in five days. This will automatically add a due date to that task.
OS X El Capitan released »
Today marks the release of El Capitan, 2015’s release of Mac OS X. While last year brought a redesign of the system, this year’s release is all about the details. We’ve highlighted a few of our favorite new features.
Also, there are several other reviews that cover the latest version of OS X in great detail. Here are some of our favorites:
- OS X 10.11 El Capitan: The MacStories Review
- Macworld: OS X El Capitan review: Mac upgrade that’s as solid as a rock
- iMore: What’s changed in OS X El Capitan
- 512 Pixels: OS X El Capitan Review
Tweetbot 4: A Huge Update to Our Favorite Twitter app for iPhone and iPad »
Folks, the wait is over. Tweetbot 4 for iOS is here, and we couldn’t be more excited to tell you about it.
The new Tweetbot is a universal app, and it brings some significant changes to both the iPhone and, yes, the iPad. Tweetbot 4 is a paid update — $10, but on sale at launch for just $5.
Tweetbot 4 Review: Bigger Bot »
For a more in-depth review, Federico Viticci (MacStories) went into a delightful amount of detail on Tapbots latest release. Everything you want to know about the newest version of our favorite Tweetbot client is here, plus more.
Word Vault (Sponsor) »
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Word Vault for iPhone is available on the App Store. It costs $4.99 USD, and translations can be activated with an In-App Purchase of just $1.99 USD.
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