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Longform Shows You In-Depth Articles From Your Favourite Sites

iOS: Longform is one of the best sites online for reading in-depth articles. A recent update to the iOS app makes it easy to follow writers and publishers.


Last Week's 10 Biggest Posts

iOS 8 and the iPhone 6 dominated, but there was also big interest in My Maps, Gerry Harvey and ATM security. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from Lifehacker Australia last week:


Create Your Own iOS Notifications Viewer With An Arduino

Sick of looking at your phone just to check notifications? DIYer Luke Berndt was, so he decided to build a little notifications viewer with an Arduino.


SuperSorter Automatically Organises And Cleans Up Your Bookmarks

Chrome: While there are more advanced ways to save stuff for later, bookmarks can still be helpful. SuperSorter removes one of the biggest pains of dealing with them: organisation.


Xpire Sets Social Media Posts To Automatically Expire

iOS: Not every post needs to live forever. Xpire allows you to set expiring posts for Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr.


Video Briefly: Destiny Farming Tips, New Hunger Games Trailer, Ferrari F40 Stunts

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Watch the latest Hunger Games: Mockingjay trailer, Destiny farming guide, Ferrari F40 in action.


Make Conversions With Google Even Easier With An Equals Sign

I’ve long known that Google will convert between units if you type a query into the search engine (or your browser search bar), such as “50 miles kilometres”. I hadn’t realised that if you simply use an equals sign, Google will make an educated guess at the unit you’re aiming for.


Set 'Now' Deadlines To Stop Procrastination For Long-Term Projects

Our brain can fool us into not being as productive as we should. To counter that, you should trick your brain. So, when you have a long-term project, set a deadline for any task that has to be done in the “now”.


Ask LH: Which Paperwork Do I Need To Keep?

Dear Lifehacker, I’m trying to declutter our house and one thing that constantly makes a mess is bills, receipts and bank statements. I’ve gone paperless in most cases, but part of me still feels I need hard copies of certain things. Is there some kind of list I can go by for things I really should keep paper copies of (say for legal or tax reasons)? How long should I keep these things? Will scans of the original do in some cases?


Prune Your Ideas Like Flowers So The Best Can Thrive

It’s difficult to let good ideas go to waste, but we just don’t have enough time or energy to pursue them all. The Next Web suggests tossing out all but the best ideas to succeed.