If you struggle to sleep, can’t seem to focus, or grapple with persistent stress, you might want to check out Headspace. It’s a personal meditation guide available for iOS, Android, and the Web with a large catalog of guided meditations for people of every experience level.
I’ve put together some of my favorite backgrounds that look great on the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
When I approach a new product problem, after I’ve interacted with users, dug into the data, researched the market, and built a clear problem statement, I've found it incredibly valuable to set aside time to look for analogies.
Every year Matt Birchler writes the best watchOS review around. This year is no different.
As part of my UNCO interview series, The Future of Apple, I interviewed Guilherme Rambo and Benjamin Mayo, both from 9to5Mac.
As the day passed and I let Apple’s keynote hype machine fade into memory, a few strategic moves in Apple’s services announcements stood out to me as particularly interesting.
What if there was a single place to pick, store, and organize colors on your Mac that also made it simple to use those colors in design apps, for development, or however you want? Sip is a menu bar app that does just that.
Do you ever hear a word you don’t know or struggle to find the perfect synonym? If so, the Terminology iOS app might be for you. It’s a great place to start a word search and, with its extensible actions, you’re likely to find what you need.
Now that iOS is getting dark mode, here’s a list of awesome backgrounds to use on your iPhone and iPad.
There’s a lot of talk out there about wanting social media companies to stop mining our data, invading our privacy, and doing shady stuff all around. I would like those types of changes too…
I recently tested Twitter’s Quick Promote and Promote Mode ads with my podcast to see if they really work. Then I wrote about each step of the process.
Marco Arment just released a banger of an update to Overcast. The headlining feature is called clip sharing, and I think it will quickly turn into an indispensable tool for both podcasters and listeners...
If you’re a Gmail user who is frustrated by all the visual clutter, I’ve got the perfect little free tool for you.
When we first saw AirPower in 2017, Apple announced a fix to the biggest drawback of wireless charging. Two years have passed. AirPower has been canceled. And we’re still waiting for a remedy.
It has been four years since I wrote an Overcast review. I’ve tried a bunch of other podcast apps in those years, but I keep using Overcast, every single day, year after year, and this is why.
I love learning about what other people carry around every day. I think it’s a fascinating way to see into another person’s life, so I thought it’d be fun to share a bit of myself in that way.
Here it is. The full high resolution, 4k desktop wallpaper from macOS Mojave. Download here for free (obviously).
My friend and co-creator of Accessible wrote about why he's spending time and effort to create this show. I've pulled out some of the most powerful parts…
I took a walk down to the Chestnut Street Apple Store during lunch today to see the HomePod, and surprise, surprise, I bought one! Here are my thoughts.
It's official. I've taken the plunge into the world of podcasting with a show of my own—Unco. It's a weekly podcast about what's unusual in tech.
Here it is, a list of my favorite iPhone apps. I chose 20 of the most interesting apps on my phone, while excluding big name apps like Twitter, YouTube and WhatsApp.
As the year comes to an end, I'm looking through my applications folder and making a list of the Mac apps that I am most happy to use.
There are sooo many Bible apps, but to be honest, most aren’t very good. Of the dozen or so I've tried, NeuBible has been my favorite by far because of its functional simplicity.
Marco Arment, a big name in the Apple nerd community, recently published an article titled “Fixing the MacBook Pro.” I don't think Apple will do much of what Marco wants, and here is why.
iOS 11.2 comes with some truly great wallpapers, but for those of you who want to branch out with me, I've compiled some of my favorite wallpapers for iPhone X from across the web...
If you've ever bought a movie on the internet, you'll want to check this out. Movies Anywhere is a collaboration between five of the biggest movie makers and four...
Before the iPhone X was released, there was a lot of speculation in the tech community around how quickly apps would be updated for the new design...
I recently went on a bucket-list train trip across Europe, and I used my iPhone to make a video for each of the 7 cities I visited.
I recently traveled around Europe for a few weeks with my wife and my best friend, and I thought it might be helpful to share some of the gear that I used on the trip.
The people over at Unsplash have made a handy little Mac menu bar app to simplify changing out your wallpaper...