RT @mrgan: If Instagram really wanted to respond to how people were using their app, they’d introduce regramming and sharing before unsquare photos.
I’d sooner buy a tiny Bluetooth headset than a smartwatch… if only iOS offered to read notifications aloud (without enabling VoiceOver).
Of course I shouldn’t be surprised — they’re the only service with enough data to avoid showing me stories I’ve already marked for reading.
Everything about this is really cool.
La tentation de l’Apple Watch ne revient vraiment que quand je ne suis pas chez moi. Il faut donc juste que je tienne jusqu’à dimanche.
RT @uliwitness: iOS 9 offers the option to turn off “Shake to Undo” in Accessibility. FINALLY! Getting annoyed of clicking dialogs away on bumpy buses.
Fine, I’m not resisting Trello anymore. I’m still not a fan of being locked to a kanban view, but the overall UX is too good to pass.
Apple ought to borrow it back.
Shame on Wired for carelessly starting a lynch mob. (And I don’t even like Spotify.)
My new app has been approved!
But they forgot to approve the IAP so it crashes when I click the “Remove Ads” button.
Ah, to be a fly on the wall when Apple’s reviewers receive the companion app for Samsung’s new smartwatch.
Looks fantastic. If only I could let loose on it and pay someone else to code my apps.
Implementing responsive design has finally killed whatever sliver of fun I might still have had writing HTML.
As good a response as anyone could write; tough to pick a side.
RT @ZevEisenberg: I know it’s only Monday, but Tumblr 4.3.1 for iOS has already won release notes for this week.
The Pebble has four buttons and in default operation two of them are used to… cycle between ugly watchfaces that can’t be disabled. How could it take them two years to realize that’s terrible?
Meanwhile I have to decide whether to buy the Apple Watch, and I’m not gonna wait months for the new OS to be available on the old Pebble.
(Watch the outrage now that it’s not just blue-collar workers being mistreated.)
It took me two months to get a cube to rotate properly in SceneKit and I still have absolutely no idea what was wrong with all the previous tries.
Google has designed a new notation for longitude & latitude, open to all and available in Maps.