Sending along some extra pub for this app recommendation. Once you get into the habit of consistently using Opener for your preferred app, you’ll wonder how you lived without it.
My biggest use cases include Apollo for Reddit links, YouTube, Tweetbot, Wikipedia, and Overcast. Though, there are plenty more. That being said, I really wish Apple would start letting us designate third-party apps as defaults in some scenarios.
Some good comments in the thread on this one.
Yeah, this is great. Nice announcement. However, Hulu is the most unreliable live TV over internet service I’ve tried. YouTube TV, Sling, and Vue have all performed better in my tests. If you’re in the market, I’d suggest giving those three a shot and using Hulu simply as an on-demand supplement.
Great, now how about Google Home, Play Music, and Nest (all mainly for iPhone X screen). But, also, a true Assistant iPad app…
Believe this deserves the ‘finally‘ from Gruber.
Source: Lauren Kern Named First Editor-in-Chief of Apple News
… This is great and all. I like the app, but only browse it every once in a while when my RSS/Podcast feeds are completed. I’d be happy to see the news delivery made better here.
The one thing I never see mentioned, though, is how sensitive the Apple News app is to touch compared to every other app on iOS. I can’t scroll without it triggering the text selection effect. That happens nowhere else for me.
I always read bag reviews that Brooks writes. They are fantastic, but I’m always left wanting a bag that ends up in the $200-300 range. I get paying for quality, but I don’t travel enough for that type of investment.
Looks like this one is for me.
The thing about the Faroe is the price. It’s a well above average bag, at a rock bottom price. For the price, features, quality, style, and capacity — I cannot think of a better bag to recommend. In fact, if you are new to traveling with a backpack only, I think this is the bag you start with.
Source: The Arcido Faroe
“I think Apple acquired Workflow with the intention of building their own automation platform on iOS. Like Siri, TestFlight, and Beats Music, I don’t think Apple bought Workflow just to abandon it.”
I sure hope Federico is right.
For real, yikes:
For those following along at home, Google’s certainly done this to its chat clients before. Prior to the trio of Allo, Duo, and Hangouts, there was Google Talk, Google Voice, Buzz, G+ Messenger, and the regular old Android SMS app.
Now, the Google’s push seems simple: all Hangouts products are for enterprise. Allo and Duo are for consumers. Except when you’re on a desktop computer, in which case you’ll use Hangouts for messaging inside of Gmail. Or if you want to have a group video chat with more than one other person, because you’ll need to use Hangouts for that too.
This is going to be a bit insufferable for users as things get ironed out, but for the time being everything in the consumer version of Hangouts will remain the same.
I talk to my friends daily on Hangouts on the web. The fact Google can’t unify behind a single chat cleint is frustrating.
I bought this system on Prime Day and haven’t looked back. It turned me into a believer, and I’m thrilled to see them bringing even more advancements.
My guess is eero will go on sale during Amazon’s Black Friday deals week. If so, you should check it out.
I’m a little late on this, but cool. I use a number of IFTTT applets to accomplish daily tasks, and there are a few that I absolutely rely on to get things done. My question, however, still remains the same. When can I start to pay for this service so it doesn’t go away anytime soon?