I complained for years about the iOS keyboard not changing case, and now that it does the effect’s so subtle I never actually see it.
Only way to make users pay for an update is to create a new app, AND removing the obsolete app from sale kills redownloads: AWESOME combo!
Just remembered the main reason I wanted my Hue lights in HomeKit was the Watch’s Hey Siri; I don’t have a Watch anymore, problem solved.
@sophie_paxtonUX/your-ui-isn-t-a-disney-movie-703f7fbd24d2">“Your UI isn’t a Disney Movie”
What is up with my Hue lights changing one after the other instead of simultaneously, since the latest firmware update?
The new Microsoft Band is what Apple would have released if Ive didn’t have a hard-on for gold watches.
And you better believe that I’d rather have gotten back to Quicksilver or Alfred, but I tried, and I just can’t.
Every time I go to add a brand new podcast in Pocket Casts, the directory search finds it immediately and it never fails to astound me.
What’s the benefit of Safari View Controller in a non-malicious app anyway, when a malicious app could just as well make a fake Safari VC? #LastRT
RT @tapbot_paul: Safari View Controller is the “right” way to handle OAuth login, but with Blockers and Cookie Settings it’s failing for many. Tough choice.
To clarify, whenever I complain about this, I’m not talking about day-one iPhone 6s buyers — but people who’ll get a 3D Touch-enabled iPhone in two years (or six months) without knowing anything about it.
Tweetbot’s text field recomposing for every letter you type because its width is tied to the char counter’s — are you fucking kidding me?
Since upgrading to El Cap I’m having lots of issues with Safari just failing to load pages. Is it just me? I don’t want to switch to Chrome.
App update rejected because the keyboard extension mentions the IAP required to unlock full functionality.
Not a great feeling buying a $5 update to a Twitter app I only use because I dislike the other options more.
Now, the difficult question: do I trust iCloud enough to put stuff in Notes that I actually care about, and would mind losing?
Which do we want first, though — longer tweets or editable tweets? And does it even make any sense to have the former without the latter?
So long, Apple Music. All I asked of you was a way to bookmark tracks without fucking up my entire music library with iCloud.
Ever since I’d heard of Chrome’s pinned tabs I’d assumed that they reappeared in new windows. The word “pinned” implies permanence.
Heavier but a lot more elegant than the iPad Pro’s fabric origami.
It’s still a damn shame though that you can’t filter notifications per app, so I’m keeping an eye out for affordable Android Wear models.
I’m adjusting quite well to the original Pebble as a dumb wrist buzzer. I don’t have such an active life that I need a remote for my phone.
Mine was #18330633 and completely ignored.
My feelings are hurt, Radar.