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Our Favorite Email App, Evomail+, Gets Even Better

A fine wine or a great whiskey only gets better with time. The longer they sit, the more they’re able to absorb the flavors of the wooden barrel they’re stored in, which adds complexity to their taste. I’m only using this analogy in relation to Evomail+, our favorite email app, because I’m sipping one as [...]

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How To Live Stream The Super Bowl If You Don’t Have Cable

This one is for all you cord cutters out there. For the first time, Fox will offer a free live stream of the Super Bowl to those of us who don’t pay for cable or satellite. On February 2, the Fox Sports Go iPad app will give you a free one day “preview” during the [...]

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Photographers Rejoice: Adobe Lightroom Coming Soon To iPad

The iPad has come a long way in terms of both form and functionality. I remember the day the original iPad launched and the feature set was so limited, it really was more of a “big iPod Touch” as many critics critiqued. As time rolled on and more apps were created specifically for the iPad, [...]

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[How To] Configure Keyboard Shortcuts for iPhone or iPad in iOS 7

One feature that’s been around since iOS 6, but that many people don’t know about, is Keyboard Shortcuts. Here’s a quick guide that shows you how to get them setup and customized to save you time when composing your texts, emails, or documents. These shortcuts work across the iOS system, including inside third-party apps. The [...]

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Our Favorite Email App, Evomail, Gets Revamped From The Ground Up For iOS 7

I’ve written on several occasions about Evomail, a native email client for iOS and Android smartphones and tablets. It’s sleek, it’s modern, it’s user friendly, and cram packed full of features to help you be productive. I much prefer it over Apple’s Mail app that comes pre-loaded out of the box, and I’ve called it [...]

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Tim Cook Promises Big Year For Apple In 2014

Not that we’d expect him to say anything different, but Apple CEO Tim Cook wrote a note to employees thanking them for their efforts in 2013 and promising a “big year” in 2014. Obviously, he didn’t give any specific plans or products, but come to think of it, 2013 was a fairly quiet year. The [...]

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Scribd: Netflix for Books

Don’t know what to get the book worm on your Christmas list? How about a monthly subscription to Scribd, an online database of more than 40 million books and documents? Better than just one book you think they might like, Scribd is a book lover’s smorgashborg, with an unlimited number of books, papers, research, and [...]

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Use iMessage from Takeoff to Landing on Southwest Airlines Flights for Just $2 Bucks

Good news for those of you who travel with Southwest Airlines: for just $2 bucks, the airline will enable iMessage on your iPhone or iPad (running iOS 5 or later) so you can keep in touch with your friends, family, and co-workers from gate to gate. If your flight is a short one, it might [...]

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Applebee’s Announces A Tablet On Every Table

Looks like eating out just got a little less human. Applebee’s recently announced their plan to have a tablet on every table. With this tablet, patrons can order food and drinks, and pay the bill. Perhaps most upsetting thing is the tablet’s installed video-games, which seems like it would lead to anti-social behavior at the [...]

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Here’s Why You Should Buy The Tablet With 4G LTE [OPINION]

When you’re shopping for a tablet, whether for yourself or as a gift, regardless of whether it’s an iPad or one of the many Android tablets available, there’s one particular configuration you should give more consideration to now: the model with embedded 4G LTE cellular connectivity. You might ask, “But Mike, there’s WiFi everywhere, so [...]

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