My first piece for The Wirecutter is out!
It’s also great to be working with Jacqui Cheng again, who found me back in the day and got me hired at Ars Technica.
He’s right. Replacing your old ‘n busted Mac or PC with an iPad is more viable than ever, and more apps than ever are staring to mature. The “make it free” VCs aren’t after making viable products for the long haul, they’re just whipping out new shiny and rolling the mindshare dice to get bought out, drop the product and all its users, and move on to the next big win.
Lots of Mac developers jumped on iOS because they saw what was coming (after all, they are Apple customers) and brought over Mac-caliber apps. Maybe they were just a little ahead of their time. Maybe now, these kinds of apps will be right on time.
With bonus GIF thanks to Matthew Panzarino.
One of my favorite iOS utilities ever just got a huge upgrade today. Do this:
iOS 7’s World Clock second hand animates, tick-tocks in jiggle mode.
It’s the details.
If you long-press on Instagram's new photo button, you'll go straight to editing the latest photo in your Camera Roll.