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PDFs offer a lot of advantages over other file types, but being easy to work with generally isn’t one of them. What makes working with PDFs difficult is that they look familiar, but because PDFs are essentially images, they are much more restrictive. This can make editing them extremely aggravating when you know exactly what change you want to make, but your software won’t cooperate.
Fortunately, there are a couple of great tools available for the Mac that make working PDFs a much more pleasant experience. In this article, we’ll take a look at some of the best options available and crown our favorite: PDFpen.
The App Store for tvOS has grown rapidly in the short time since its release, and we’ve become fond of few great apps that go beyond your normal options like Netflix, HBO Now, and Hulu. We’ve put together a list of our favorites.
Danny Ngan is an art producer at Glu Mobile, and also a freelance photographer in the Seattle area.
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As you continue with new resolutions for 2016, running more might be one that some of you chose to pick up. Runkeeper is our favorite running app for the iPhone, so I wanted to give you a few short tips to make the app even better. Bradley shares a few tips for changing the audio settings in Runkeeper to improve your workouts.
The best way to track packages on the go just got even better. Deliveries was updated to version 7 this week, and we summarized the new features and enhancements for you.
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If you’re anything like us, you use multiple devices throughout your day. And with all your content spread across your computers and mobile devices, it’s actually become harder to manage and access your personal media.
Introducing younity, a personal streaming app that connects your devices so you can stream, access, and share all of your videos, photos, music, and documents stored on your computers from your mobile devices. No syncing or configuration needed.
All of your files are kept secure and private on your own computers—younity simply creates a connection to let you access them remotely. It’s like having all your media in your back pocket.
Click here to download younity for free.
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