The homescreen I described last time has stayed pretty relevant for a long time, but the most recent iOS update added some new features and so it has evolved. It's essentially all the same functionality and applications, just moved around a little...
Find out details about the SongShift 6.0 update that just released to the App Store. SongShift 6.0 features an entire redesign, in addition to large SongShare updates, song recognition, tags, and more.
Apple Music Replay Is Out, but for a Deeper Look at Your Music Habits, Try Last.fm
Yesterday, Apple released Apple Music Replay, its annual recap of Apple Music subscribers’ listening habits. The site is beautifully designed with images of artists coming to life with video when you’re not scrolling the page. Included this year are: A highlight reel Top artists Top songs Top albums Top genres Top playlists Top radio stations
SongShift Eases the Transition From Spotify to Apple Music
When Apple Music debuted last summer I switched to it from Spotify. I wasn’t on Spotify all that long, but I did have a few playlists I wanted to take with me, including a big one with all the songs I had favorited. At the time, I found a script that logged into both services,
SongShift 3.0 and Switching Between Apple Music and Spotify
For the better part of this year, I’ve been using both Spotify and Apple Music. In my opinion, each service does a few things exceptionally well, but, unfortunately, I can’t have all of them in a single music app. Spotify’s discovery tools for both old and new songs are simply unparalleled in the industry: Discover
GoodLinks 1.7: New iOS 16 Shortcuts Actions, Focus Filter Support, Lock Screen Widgets, and More
I’m really excited about the latest update to GoodLinks for iPhone. The app has always had some of the best automation support of any link management or read-later app I’ve used. However, with version 1.7, which was released last week, GoodLinks has taken its automation tools to a new level, opening up more ways to
Pile has been around for over a year , and I’m really happy how things have been so far. Thousands of users use Pile, Pile+ or Pile Pro every week to keep their stuff organised. That, to me, is incredible! This means two important things: On one side, the product works . People wants Pile. People
Introducing MacStories Selects: The Best New Apps, App Updates, and iOS Games of 2018
Over the course of a year, the MacStories team tries hundreds of apps. We test them, live with them, poke, prod, and break them, and then we write and talk about them. Collectively, it amounts to thousands of hours of thought and analysis that on a macro level seeks to answer the question: what makes
My friends at Six Apart recently asked me to make a list of blogs that I enjoy. I think they're planning to use it for their new Blogs.com project. Unfortunately, I'm late getting it to them (typical), but if it's still useful, I'll post it here in a day