Every year you set out determined to stick to your New Year’s resolutions. But year after year you fall off track and quickly abandon them. So why are resolutions so hard to keep?
Mac: You can access your Kindle highlights from your Kindle itself, the apps or the web app, but none of those are particularly handy, especially if you use your Kindle for research. Knotes makes it easier to access those notes right from your Mac.
Data loss at the hands of an untimely computer crash is a very real possibility for anyone. That’s why it pays to have a data recovery system watching your back — like Disk Drill PRO 2.
All year we've thrown turn-by-turn navigation tools, note-taking apps, file syncing software, and Google phones into the ring to see who would emerge victorious. Our Sunday Showdowns have been chock-full of fierce battles, but these were the most popular.
It's easy enough to add events to Google Calendar, and you can even do it from your email. If you use Chrome, there's another way to add events quickly directly from your address bar.
More often than we’d like, our work tends to follow us outside the office. Thankfully, there’s OfficeSuite Premium. Winner of the PC Mag Editor's Choice Award, this mobile app gives you complete control over your office documents even when you’re on the go.
Journaling might seem silly on the surface, but a journal is extremely useful as both a permanent record of your thoughts and as a cathartic release. Regardless of how you plan to use a journal, our favourite on the iPhone is Day One.