Get your gadgets in the Christmas spirit with this holiday-themed set of wallpapers sized to fit your iPhone, your iPad, and your Mac/PC.
Apple’s new Apps for (RED) campaign is a special section of the App Store dedicated to raising money for the Global Fund to fight AIDS
The absolute best way to track shipments from order to delivery, no matter the carrier.
The Dragons are small, lightweight, and of course, dragon-shaped pairs of docks for iPhone and iPad. We’ll be giving away a pair to one of our newsletter subscribers at the end of this week.
For the mobile podcaster or musician, you won’t find much better recording quality and ease-of-use than the super-portable Apogee MiC.
Pixelmator now has an iPad app. I’ve been a big fan of it on the Mac for a few years. It includes iOS 8 features (Extensions, iCloud Drive, Document Picker, and Handoff), great retouching tools, templates, ability to import/export Photoshop documents, and a lot more. It’s available for only $4.99.
The new Touch ID-enabled iPad Air 2 is a marvel of engineering. It’s the thinnest, lightest iPad yet, and still manages to be the most feature-rich.
The folks at Panic have delivered again with Prompt 2 for iOS. Prompt 2 is a great SSH client for iOS. It supports touch ID, Panic Sync, and has a new clipping feature to saved your most frequently used commands.
Speaking of iPhone 6 accessories, if you’re on the look out for an awesome new stand-slash-dock for your new iPhone, check outthe HiRise. It’s adjustable, so it can handle your iPhone 6 or 6 Plus, with or without a case.
OmniFocus is arguably the gold standard when it comes to professional-grade Mac and iOS task management software. The iPad app was just overhauled with a modern design and support for all of the latest iOS 8 features.