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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 and last, 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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The best Bible app for iOS »

The best Bible app for iOS

Bible apps can come in all shapes and sizes. Some focus on study, others focus on notes, while others focus on a great reading experience. The best Bible app for iOS is The Bible app from YouVersion. It comes with a wealth of translations, great reading plans, audio Bible support, access from almost any device (with note syncing), and it’s frequently updated.

Jared Roebuck’s iPad Pro setup »

Joe Roebuck's iPad Pro

Jared Roebuck is the Assistant Principal at Fahari Academy Charter school in Brooklyn, where his job is to develop teachers and emerging leaders at the school.

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How to customize AccuWeather Platinum sections »

AccuWeather Platinum, our recent pick for the best general-purpose weather app, is a recent addition to my home screen. While I love Dark Sky, I do feel like the updates are becoming less and less frequent over time.

After I read the review of AccuWeather Platinum, I decided to give it a shot. I wasn’t thrilled with the section order of their main UI, though. Thankfully, the app allows you to reorder and remove any section that you want.

Six Colors: 2016 MacBook review »

Apple recently refreshed the MacBook line with performance bumps, and Jason Snell (Six Colors) has taken the new model for a spin. Jason makes some very interesting points about the MacBook being a statement from Apple on what computers should be. It’s true that we don’t always know what we want, and the MacBook may prove to be the future of where computer design is going. Either way, the 2016 MacBook is better in every way, but still draws plenty of criticism.

512 Pixels: All 13 colors of iMac »

Stephen Hackett, 512 Pixels, has been collecting G3 iMacs recently. In case you hadn’t seen, he’s managed to collect all 13 colors and has put together a beautiful video that shows all 13 colors in all their splendor. Personally, I’m glad that Bondi Blue is the first on the list because it’s my personal favorite. The design of the iMac G3 was bold, classic, and loved by many. It’s fun to see them all in one place.

Leef iBridge – Never Run out of Memory (Sponsor) »

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Ever have this happen to you?

Yeah, it sucks. That’s why we made this:

Leef iBridge – the iOS mobile storage solution designed to expand the storage capability of your iPhone & iPad (yes – it’s possible)

So what can you use it for? There are several tips for using your Leef iBridge that you can check out here.


Our thanks to Leef for sponsoring the site this week.