A simple iPhone app that lets you check when the next sunset or sunrise will be in your location. No internet connection required.
Apple’s iCloud Photos is a popular option for Mac and iOS users, but I’m sticking with my folder based organization. There are some good options for iOS when using Dropbox to manage your photos, but you are left with a sub-par viewing experiencing on the Mac, though. Folders are great for back up and organization, but it’s enjoy your photos. Unbound is…
Group Text+ has immediately found a spot on my iPhone home screen. You can create pre-set iMessage groups, share pre-set snippets, and even share GIFs through the Giphy built in search. At just $1.99, this app is great for iMessage junkies. It can save you from the embarrassment of including the wrong person in a new group message. It also includes an iOS 8 extension for sharing from others app.
A handy iPhone and iPad app for merging screenshots together.
Smartphones make it a little too easy to take a ton of photos. My biggest problem is that I take too many shots of the same photo without ever going back and picking the best one. PhotoSweeper 2.0‘s aim is to help fix that problem. It can scan your library and group similar ones together so that you can eliminate the ones where your eyes are closed or someone isn’t smiling. It supports iPhoto, Aperture, Adobe Lightroom, as well as folder based image libraries.
The best text editor for iOS just got better.
Our sister site, The Sweet Setup, picked Screens as the best remote access solution for Mac and iOS. Screens was picked because it doesn’t require a monthly fee and uses industry standard VNC technology. The free Screens Connect service makes it easy to setup. It removes the requirement to use a static IP address or configure your router manually.
Smile Software has released version 5 of TextExpander. TextExpander is one of those apps that I immediately miss when I’m at a Mac other than my own. TextExpander saves you time and effort by expanding short abbreviations into frequently-used text and pictures. Version 5 includes some new features that I’m enjoying.
The classic dual-stick arcade game, now with trippy 3D playfields.
CloudConvert is one of the tools that I’m simply thankful it exists. It’s a web based tool that can convert anything to anything. Do you have an ePub than you want to be in Kindle format? It can do it. Do you have some FLAC files that you want in AAC? CloudConvert is your tool. With nothing to install, it’s incredibly easy to use. Since it’s a web based system, it’s not relying on your computer hardware in order to convert. This means it potentially can move a lot faster without slowing down your local machine.
Edovia’s currency-converting app is back and smarter than ever.
WiFi Signal is a really handy app to have running on your Mac. It sits in the menu bar and gives constant updates about the health of your Wi-Fi signal. It will let you know your signal strength, data rate, channel recommendations, and much more. It’s only $.99, so there is no reason not to check it out. This is especially helpful when checking signal strength at various parts of your house.