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What we published, and links of note

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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Bobály Mihály’s Mac and iPhone setup »

Bobály Mihály’s Mac and iPhone setup

Bobály Mihály runs a small digital agency (named after his online nickname: JabJab) where they create pay-per-click campaigns and offer digital analytics services to clients.

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How to quickly show or hide the Bartender Bar »

Bartender has become one of those apps that I can’t imagine being without. I know some people are fanatical about not running Menu Bar icons, but I find that a lot of the apps I depend on use them. Bartender is a great way to keep them all out of sight unless I need them. With the newest version of Bartender, you can set your own hot key for showing and hiding the Bartender Bar.

AgileBits launches 1Password for Teams »

1Password — the best way to manage your passwords — has always been a tool for individual users. Yes, you could easily share credentials with others, but this week, truly sharing 1Password information gets a lot better with 1Password for Teams.

Overcast updated with new features »

Overcast, our favorite podcast app for iOS, received an update a couple of weeks ago that features a few new features and patronage model, and we’ve updated our review to reflect these changes. The biggest change is the pricing model for the app, which is now free for the full version of the app — a new patronage model is available for users to support the app voluntarily at different levels.

512 Pixels: 4th-generation Apple TV promises revolution; delivers evolution »

The new Apple TV started showing up on doorsteps this week, and Stephen Hackett (512 Pixels and The Sweet Setup) wrote a thorough review on the newest version of Apple’s set-top box. There’s good, there’s bad, and there’s everything in between. If you’re considering purchasing one of your own, this is a great place to start.

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