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When it comes to GIF keyboards, there’s not a whole lot that sets them apart. iGIF Keyboard, however, is an impressive exception to the rule. It’s easily our pick for the best iPhone GIF keyboard because it is one of the only GIF keyboards we tested that not only looks great, but can also serve as a full keyboard replacement.
Sam Schmitt is a current sophomore at the University of Massachusetts Amherst where he studies Civil and Environmental Engineering, learns iOS and web development, and writes on his blog.
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One major annoyance I had with iTunes was how it sorted albums. I love how iOS sorts the albums by the year they are released (starting with the most recent). This allows me to easily listen to an artist’s back catalog or newer albums. On the desktop, all of my albums were sorted by title. After some digging, I finally found where I can change that setting.
Workflow, a powerful iOS automation tool, released a new version recently, and Federico Viticci (MacStories) wrote an in-depth review of the new features and capabilities. Some of the key features are new automation options for writing tool Ulysses and project management tool Trello, as well as access to the Safari View controll, audio metadata, and more. If you’re a fan of Workflow, this is an exciting update that unlocks many more possibilities.
It’s always exciting to speculate on shiny new hardware updates from Apple, and that’s exactly what we got this week. Stephen Hackett (512 Pixels) summarized a rumor from MacRumors that tells of new 13″ and 15″ MacBook Pros. Following the lead of the new MacBook, the Pro line will be thinner, but also include some completely unique tricks, like an OLED display touch bar for function menu items, Touch ID, and more. We won’t know for sure until much later this year (Q4 2016!), but it’s always fun to speculate.
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.