Things 3 has shaken things up a bit. Although it is not cross platform (only runs the Mac ecosystem), the way Todoist is, it is also outright sale and not based on the subscription model something in which many people are coming to hate. The … [Read more...] about Things 3 and Todoist
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?
It is no surprise that iPad sales declined for the quarter and have been declining over the last number of quarters. In an article I wrote “THE IPAD IS NOT A FAILURE; JUST A DIFFERENT DYNAMIC” the primary theme I postulated here was that the iPad is … [Read more...] about iPad Sales declined for the Quarter
I have been reading a lot about how the iPad hasn't lived up to the hype and met sales growth targets. The problem with the view is it is based on assumptions better suited to the iPhone. The iPad is actually quite successful but people have little … [Read more...] about The iPad is not a Failure; just a different Dynamic
Why the maker of the popular GTD app should forget about the Apple Watch and focus on iPhone, iPad and Mac. On the surface, the German company seems to be riding a good streak. It started with Things for Apple Watch, which it released on April 24 to … [Read more...] about Message to Cultured Code: Focus On The Things That Matter
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?
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
I’ve been an avid Text Expander user for years. When Textexpander Touch came out I was ecstatic until I realized it didn’t work the way TextExpander did. TextExpander just worked anywhere and everywhere. The snippets of text that you designed for … [Read more...] about TextExpander Touch for IOS
*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
I’ve written extensively at the Daily Mac View on the value of the physical keyboard to the iPad. The product was conceived as more of a consumption device of information designed well to do some productivity work such as email. It didn’t take long … [Read more...] about The Belkin Ultimate and the Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard for the iPad Air 2 Continue to make this device a very Productive Member of Society – Indeed!
The iPad Air 2 is a beautiful device. It is sleek, light and fast; very fast. It is by far Apple’s finest iPad and Apple has only built good iPads. Although this iPad has truly raised the bar, it would not make a lot of sense for some … [Read more...] about Upgrading to the iPad Air 2: Those who would Benefit
Just as a brief update the goal the of The Mac View and The Daily Mac View is to help you stay current and informed. The Mac View is more or less your landing stop for general but very important news and other information. It’s intent is to bring you … [Read more...] about The Mac View and Daily Mac View: Staying Current
The iPad has turned into quite the work horse. Initially envisioned as a consumption device in which you’d listen to music, watch videos or read people are actively engaged in doing real work with their iPads. Thing such as email or texting … [Read more...] about Logitech UltraThin or Belkin Ultimate iPad Air Keyboard Cases Speeds Your Work
In an age when we're bombarded with constant streams of information, most of us could use a tool that allows us to store all sorts of data, one we could refer to when trying to formulate through our research and our ideas. This is particularly true … [Read more...] about When You Need a Bucket, Reach for Evernote
In the beginning it seems like our task management system of choice will be the perfect aid to keep projects on track or just simply to get simple things done. There really are three major systems to buy from if you're a GTDr. If you chose OmniFocus … [Read more...] about When your Task Management System becomes Burdensome
The search for a mail client that will enable us in new ways to Get Things Done continues unabated. The current favorite which is only available on the iPhone is Dispatch and for good reason. Although only available for the iPhone and currently not … [Read more...] about Dispatch the best iPhone Mail Client
*iOS 8 may look slightly different, but the real changes are under the hood. * If Apple's newest mobile and desktop operating system, iOS 8 and Yosemite, prove anything, is that the Cupertino company aims to take convenience to the next level. The … [Read more...] about Will iOS 8 and Yosemite Improve Your Favorite GTD App?
In a recent article, DailyMacView.com contributor Alain Latour called Scrivener the best software ever developed for journalists, academics and fiction writers. But in an age where mobile is king, Scrivener is hurting because of its lack of iOS … [Read more...] about A Tale of Two Word Processors : Can Storyist Take on Scrivener?
At The Daily Mac View the concentration of the subject area is on productivity both of a personal and a business nature. The high end programs primarily of a GTD nature have been looked at extensively. However, there are other programs that can be as … [Read more...] about Clear Provides an Elegant yet Easy to Use List Manage
The landscape is rapidly changing for all forms of digital productivity. The move to cloud based computing is happening at quite the clip. it’s been heading in this direction for a while but the pace has picked up. Cloud computing is becoming not … [Read more...] about Evernote, OneNote and DEVONthink: Two Audiences; Three Products