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- Note-Taking Styles Compared: Evernote Vs Plain Text Vs Pen And Paper
- Why I Ditched Photo Management Apps And Use Dropbox Instead
- Not Just Another Notes App: Why You Should Use Google Keep
- How To Ditch iTunes Forever And Keep Syncing Your iOS Devices
- How To Set Up Your Own Private Cloud Storage Service With OwnCloud
- Hack Your Life In One Day: A Beginner's Guide To Enhanced Productivity
Our favourite to-do list app, Wunderlist, has had some syncing issues over the past few months. Luckily, they’re very easy to fix. Here’s how.
I’ve cycled through lots of photo apps and found little more than bloated software with features I didn’t need. They filled up my hard drive, used excessive CPU cycles and didn’t deliver the promise of organising my photos with ease. Rather than continue on a pointless path, I took a step back, organised my photos with Dropbox, and solved all my problems.
iOS/Mac/Web: Syncing and minimalist to-do lists certainly aren’t hard to come by. iPhone, Mac and web app Silo adds the ability to work collaboratively on lists to mix.
Web/iOS/Android/Chrome: If Astrid’s pending shutdown has you bummed, or you just want a syncing to-do app with solid recurring task options and collaboration tools, TickTick is a new kid on the block that’s worth a look. It’s built by the same folks behind GTasks, another tool we’ve mentioned.
Dropbox is already the dominant cloud storage provider, and now it has a new goal: being adopted by developers to store data that isn’t in a traditional file format. Its newly-released Datastore API lets mobile app developers store information for their apps and have that synced through the existing Dropbox service.
Mac: Popular RSS reader NetNewsWire has just announced a public beta of its next version, just in time for Google Reader’s demise. The software adds a variety of features, but temporarily removes an important one for many users: sync.