Using Spotify on my Mac to remote-control Spotify on my iPhone because the former doesn’t support AirPlay.
RT @Stammy: There’s a new animation and prototyping on the block: Kite. Met with Joe a few weekends ago to see a demo.. https://t.co/iqBXQdoYEO https://t.co/gcEOYKSoz3
RT @whispersystems: Ubiquitous e2e encryption is pushing intelligence agencies from undetectable mass surveillance to expensive, high-risk, targeted attacks.
RT @marcedwards: Animations can be played back in iOS and Mac apps, using KiteKit. Contains all Core Animation and Core Image properties.
RT @SchneidRemarks: We did an experiment: For two weeks we switched names. I signed all client emails as Nicole. She signed as me.
Folks. It fucking sucked.
Checking out black & white photo filters on iOS again, coming out empty-handed again. Why would you make an app that refuses to load existing photos?
Meanwhile BlackCam has a good Gotham filter but it’s at the end of a long horizontal list that can’t be reordered 😒
Damn, Gotham was nice.
For some reason I might be starting a new app and are you kidding me that there still isn’t an official UIGestureRecognizer for 3D Touch?
RT @mrgan: You can put whatever Share button in your news app, people are going to post a screenshot of their lock screen with a notification on it
Is there an extension that only hides the “reply” buttons on Reddit? The comment threads are sometimes useful, but posting is never good.
Before giving up, Blackberry should have made an iPhone case with a secondary BBOS+keyboard phone embedded in the back.
How does it make sense that Instagram has never used its Facebook money to develop or acquire a UI to create your own filters?
(Did I mention here that Darkroom 2 is great? Darkroom 2 is great. But I wish it were integrated in Instagram.)
What weird framework does EA use for the Origin app that they managed to mishandle Retina screens the same way as HiDPI Windows?
Also love the part about the AI learning to land in a sim.
RT @konklone: Some utility company with a login form served over HTTP filed a Firefox bug complaining about a warning. Hilarious: https://t.co/dDvzmLAd8A https://t.co/IHX57x2ySD
If tomorrow’s update is indeed about the iPad, I’m wondering if a 7.9” Pro might be the only model Apple would considering launching without making a press presentation.
I can’t see Apple announcing a new CPU or design via press release, so I guess the only other option is an iPad Air 3 with the Pro’s CPU? Which is dubious… but possible.
So, basically, hashtag wishful thinking. (Though I’d then have to choose between iPad Mini Pro and Oculus Rift for my next paycheck 😰)
Okay, the 128GB Mini is now at the price 32GB was last year. So, to sell 32GB now, it’d have to be $300, which I guess would be too cheap.
In other words, they’ve lowered all the iPad prices as far as they could go. Wonder how much (or little) profit margin is left.
The smaller 9.7” iPad is $70 cheaper than the only 7.9” Mini (which has an A8), but then when’s the last time Apple’s product ranges made sense?
RT @thatjohn: #ElectronicsBan puts lithium batteries in the hold, where it is impossible to fight runaway fires. Significant safety risk for no benefit. https://t.co/mFCI5E1Cpz
RT @rafahari: Introducing Settings’ Stories!
Don’t know where to change the wifi? Share a selfie with all your friends! https://t.co/EISQ4PzEn1
From deep OS integration to just being able to cheat the App Review process and push updates a little beyond guidelines. Or just slow death.
Wanted to avoid knee-jerk negativity, but got a lingering sense that needing to buy Workflow 18 months into the iPad Pro’s existence isn’t a good sign.
RT @stroughtonsmith: Apple’s track record for app acquisitions isn’t bad. Siri, TestFlight, (Beats) surely the most high-profile in recent memory
RT @marcoarment: A few weeks ago, Workflow asked all supported apps to sign a simple 1-page contract confirming permission to call our URL schemes. 2/x
Trying to open the character palette with one hand. Without muscle memory, zero clue what the keyboard shortcut could be.