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We’ve updated a list of our all-time favorite iOS games to share with you, grouped into their respective categories. It has been updated to include games we loved in 2014, and each category is arranged roughly in order of excellence (in our opinion, anyway). Enjoy!
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Google Photos is our favorite cloud photo management service, and there are some really powerful features in the Settings page.
Drew Coffman, of Extratextuals, wrote a comprehensive guide for some of the most common and useful task management applications available today: Todoist, OmniFocus, Things, 2Do, and Wunderlist. Instead of picking one application to rule them all, Drew calls out the strengths of each app so that you can pick the right one for you.
Speaking of task managers, Federico Viticci of MacStories wrote an extensive review of his favorite new task manager, 2Do. In his review, Viticci explains the various strengths of 2Do that make it his pick, as well as all of the other hidden and useful features found in the app. There’s a lot to like in this review about the app, and it’s a great read. Check it out if you’re interested in task manager apps and workflows.
Nate Barham, for Tools & Toys, reviewed the newest Apple TV this week. What started out as a “hobby” for Apple has quickly turned into a well-polished TV set-top box in 2015. In plenty of time for Christmas, this review can help you decide if the newest Apple TV is right for you or for someone else as a gift.
- It heats up to 840°F (450°C) in less than 10 minutes.
- That intense heat cooks a pizza in just 90 seconds.
- It burns wood for an authentic flavour.
Uuni is super fast to assemble — less than ten minutes. It’s easy to adjust the temperature with its clever hopper system. Uuni is made of beautiful brushed stainless steel so it can take any weather you throw at it (we’re based in Scotland so we know!). Check it out, and make sure to read some of the reviews our customers have left — we’re very proud of them.
Food. Fire. Uuni.
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