The above noted organizers are probably today’s personal key task management systems of choice. Of all the five, three are fully cross platform (Apple and Android) while two run solely in the Apple environment one with a caveat though. In this … [Read more...] about The Major Task Managers: Todoist, 2do, TickTick, OmniFocus and Things
There are a number of the original GTD task managers that have a problem that will continue to grow problematically with time. The problem I would say in nutshell is that these useful, mature and powerful programs are Mac only. None of the programs … [Read more...] about The Problem with the Original GTD Task Managers
In this article I'm going to describe the value of a task manager in helping you with the stuff you have to do but the difficulty where it comes to choosing one. I’ve come across numerous references where some people have tried everything under the … [Read more...] about Choosing your Task Manager be it Things 3 or TickTick ….
I had switched to Android a couple of years ago mainly to learn about the system. However, I got used to the bigger screen, the power but most importantly the flexibility. The device fit perfectly into my Mac environment. Additionally, there were … [Read more...] about Why I took my iPhone X Back
When I switched from the iPhone to the new LG G6, LG’s current flagship smartphone, I ran into two small snags with respect to important software that I use. One snag had to do with my Task Management system in my GTD architected system and the other … [Read more...] about Choosing Journey as my new Journaling software over Day One
For as long as I could remember, I had been an Apple user. It was common sense really, Apple’s products were always groundbreaking! They always knew exactly what the people wanted, before the people even knew they wanted it. Apple was great, that was … [Read more...] about My Journey From iPhone to Android and why you might want to Follow Me
During the week of June 5 to the 9th Apple will be hosting its annual WWDC. WWDC 2017 if the rumours are true promises to be exciting (for a change of late). In recent years, Apple seems to have been so focused on their iPhone, which has done them … [Read more...] about WWDC 2017 Just Around the Corner
Android flagship phones are now reaching the same price levels as that of the iPhone. Choosing platforms, at any level, is always somewhat challenging but price plays a large factor in the decision. Yes, Android still has the midrange and low end … [Read more...] about How to Choose between IOS and Android as the Price Points are Coming Together
In an article I wrote about three years ago I titled it “[SWITCHING TO EVERNOTE FROM DEVONTHINK BUT WHY…..?]“ and I explained the primary reason was DEVONthink’s mobility wasn’t up to snuff. All that has changed with the release of DEVONthink to Go … [Read more...] about The Return to DEVONthink from Evernote
I was an early adopter of a product you might have heard about called Mail Pilot from Mindsense. An innovative email solution, it tended to address the problem with mail quite differently. Although it had a number of rough edges at the beginning, it … [Read more...] about Mail Pilot has Disappeared but Why?
There’s an abundance of notes apps for the various platforms we use. Evernote though has a lot of people’s mindset due to it’s flexibility, reliability and Omnipresence. However, with its new pricing scheme, it is useful to look at options in case … [Read more...] about Nimbus Notes: An Evernote Alternative
I came across this video by Dagogo Altraide on why are Apple sales declining. I have wondered about thus myself and found this video by ColdfusionTV to have some very interesting and likely correct answers. As such I wanted to bring this to you … [Read more...] about Interesting Video on “Why Apple Sales are Slowing
Apple’s fall presentation went off without a hitch however, again it was very ho-hum. The enthusiasm and energy that once filled the auditorium just wasn’t there. The presenters could at least iron their shirts or certainly Phil Schiller could make … [Read more...] about Apple’s Fall 2016 Product Presentation: The Good, Bad and Disappointing
Yesterday, DEVONtechnologies announced DEVONthink to Go v2. We have been waiting for this release for quite some time and from a first glance view I would say it's been worth it. It was the lack of a robust mobile app for DEVONthink that caused me … [Read more...] about DEVONthink to Go v2 has Been Released
Over the last while, you might have noticed some fairly substantial changes to our group of sites. The group started off as: The Mac View The Daily Mac View We first began enhancing the sites with a wider diversity of content of which we still … [Read more...] about A Fresh Look: A “New” Name
The saying, "there's an app for that" has gone from semi-serious advertisement to a nearly universal truth. We really do have apps for just about every day-to-day need or function imaginable, so it's no wonder that a significant portion of the market … [Read more...] about 5 Great Apps For Traders
Who would’ve thought? One of the most salient announcements in Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference keynote (besides the lack of an Apple TV update) was that of Apple Music being launched on Android. Admittedly, it will take longer for the … [Read more...] about Is Apple Ready to Embrace Cross-Platform?
Despite a lack of updates at WWDC 2015, Apple is hard at work on its digital media player. Here’s why. So clean, so nice. It’s easy to forget how awesome an Apple TV is—until a friend or relative watches you use it. “How do you get your … [Read more...] about Apple TV: Despite a lack of updates at WWDC 2015, Apple is hard at work on its digital media player. Here’s why.
I’ve written a lot about Mac apps and how IOS apps play an integral role in my workflow. I have both an iPad Air 2 and an iPhone 6 and the IOS apps, their integration with the OSX apps and my flow between the two has allowed me to be more productive … [Read more...] about My Must Have IOS Apps
*Photo Credit: *Sergey Galyonkin *via *Compfight cc Since the release of its first version in 2010, the iPad remains the most popular gadget in North America with 76% share of tablet-based internet traffic in the region, based on the data featured on … [Read more...] about How to Get the Most out of Your iPad for Work Purposes