iOS: LowRes Coder is a fun app that lets you craft your low-resolution, pixelated games that resemble arcade favourites of yore. It uses the classic BASIC programming language to bring your games to life.
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Predicting the future is near impossible -- but that doesn‘t stop us all from having a red hot go. Human beings have been predicting the future since the beginning of history and the results range from the hilarious to the downright uncanny.
One thing all future predictions have in common: they‘re rooted in our current understanding of how the world works. It‘s difficult to escape that mindset. We have no idea how technology will evolve, so our ideas are connected to the technology of today.
Using a password manager is basically internet security 101 these days, but that doesn't make them any less intimidating. If you've never used a password manager, they're annoying, cumbersome to use, and baffling at a glance. 1Password is one of the easiest to use options around, but that doesn't mean you don't need some help setting it up.
Windows/Web/iOS/Android: Microsoft has released a public preview for its new to-do app, aptly called To-Do. This is ostensibly Microsoft's version of Wunderlist, which the company acquired back in 2015.
iOS: If This Then That (IFTTT), one of our favourite automation services, introduced support for both the iOS Calendar and App Store today.
When it first launched, Bear was an intriguing alternative to bloated note-taking apps like Evernote and OneNote, but it was still a little too new to dive into. After a couple of minor iterations, I'm convinced it's a worthy alternative for those sick of the bloat of other notes apps and for those who like the take-home simplicity of plain text. Provided you're in the Apple ecosystem, anyway.
Android/iOS: One of the best little features in Waze is the ability to share your location and ETA with a contact. This way, you can answer the "when will you get here?" question before it's even asked. Now, you can do that in Google Maps too.
iOS: Sending articles to your Kindle has always been a bit of a pain, but Amazon's making it a little easier for iOS users today with the addition of a Send to Kindle button in Safari.
iOS: One of the nicer features in Apple's Safari is the Reading List, which gives you an in-browser place to save articles to read later. Today, Chrome gets that too.
Android/iOS: If you're an avid Waze user, there's a reasonable chance that you tend to pop between Waze and an audio app while you're driving. Well, if that audio app happens to be Spotify, you're in luck, because Waze is integrating Spotify controls directly into the app and vice versa.
iOS: You have a ton of voice recording apps for iPhone, but a lot of them don't work super well. Cassette manages to offer up a good organisation scheme, solid recording features, and a handy, yet pricey transcription feature if you need it.
Whether you're trying to keep to a strict calorie count, or just get a handle on what kind of nutrients you're taking in, a good food logging app is a must. MyFitnessPal and Lose It are two of the app stores' most popular, and they're your favourites too. Let's see how they stack up.
You've probably tweeted something stupid at some point in your life. I certainly have, and while it's great for the rest of us to leave those idiotic ideas out in the open, you might want to clean up your online presence, especially when you're looking for a new job. Keep or Delete makes it easy to do so using a Tinder-style swipe system.