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Buffer for iPhone, share content at the right time


Buffer is a great service. Its forte is enabling you to share content directly from where you are reading. Better still, Buffer allows you to set when the posts are published, providing you with a tool to share at optimal times, thus maximise your potential audience. The team at Buffer have provided a myriad of…

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Springpad v3.0… Sporting a redesign


Springpad has released a sizeable refresh of its iOS app, adding a much more social feel to the whole experience. The UI has been radically redesigned (I’m still pondering over whether I prefer it or the previous version) and the iOS apps now offer sharing options. When creating a notebook you are given the option…

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How to view page source on an iOS device


Thanks to Tweetmeme, I discovered this article by OSX Daily on viewing page source on an iOS device. Setting up the bookmarklet takes just a few seconds and gives a nicely formatted output of the page source, including clickable links. I find it a little slow to run but useful nonetheless. In the comments on…

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Another great update just landed for Box.


Box has just released a very useful update to its iOS client. Check the feature additions in the screen grab below. I am @icraigt on Twitter.

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Wunderkit v1.0.1 update available


Wunderkinder has just released a sizeable update to the Wunderkit iPhone app which offers up a lot of stability and bug fixes. I am @icraigt on twitter.  

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Wondering if you should buy a 3G or WiFi only iPad?


When it comes to the ipad, I am often asked whether the buyer should go for the WiFi only model or if they should consider the 3G model. I’ve owned an iPad for several months now and use it a lot….a heck of a lot. In fact I find that 90% of what I used…

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Logitech Tablet Keyboard for iPad


This is typed with the new Logitech Tablet Keyboard for iPad. The feel is very good. Key layout is reminiscent of the Apple keyboard in that the keys are physically spaced from one another. The key action is very satisfying, with just the right level of resistance allowing for the fingers to depress each key…

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Blogsy…. testing


I’ve just downloaded Blogsy after watching a couple of the tutorial videos. It seems like a great way to connect your various media streams to your blogs, making photo and image selection (and video) very easy when drafting a blog post. The drag and drop (from your Picasa, Flickr, YouTube accounts) feature works very well…

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Goodbye iOS Notes app


Back in October I wrote a post stating how I was using the iOS Notes app again, following the introduction of iCloud.  I mentioned how I had started to use it quite a lot. Well, now I’m not.  On Monday I was preparing some important notes that I had created on the native Notes app…

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iOS 5.0: swiping notifications


I don’t know how well published this feature is. I’ve not seen it specifically called out anywhere and yet I find it to be one of the most useful features of the new iOS 5.0 notification system. It may be very widely known but I discovered it by accident so wanted to share. When confronted…

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