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AirPrint was introduced with iOS 4.2, and lets you to print right from your iOS device. Now you can be super productive, right? Only if you have an AirPrint enabled printer at your disposal. Although there are hundreds of printers available that support AirPrint these days, what if you're like me, and have older printers that iOS doesn't recognize? Your Mac can help.
Staying up to date with your favorite websites and blogs can be a real chore, and a major productivity drain. If only there was a way to quickly get the latest unread headlines from top sites in one place, at any time, on any devices. There is. Available for iPad, iPhone, and Mac is Reeder, the popular Google Reader client.
Your iPhone and iPad are full of useful knowledge. You've downloaded tons of audio books, podcasts, and iTunesU content. The problem is that there just aren't enough hours in the day to download all of it to your brain. Here's a tip that might help...
Last week, I shared some useful tips for locating and launching apps faster on your Mac. But what about your iOS devices? They're full of apps too. And, with pages and pages of apps, it can be a real pain in the neck to find the one you want. Here are some tips to help you wade through them.
There are now a number of apps available for the iPhone that allow you to remotely access your Mac. My favorite of these is RemoteTap, for its ease of use, great set of features, and developer responsiveness.
Text clippings are an important part of my daily iPhone workflow, allowing me to quickly provide detailed common responses to emails while on the go, maintain multiple email signatures, keep track of important phone call notes, and more. Recently, I discovered Pastebot, a handy iPhone clipboard manager that has made a tremendous difference in my iPhone clipping workflow.
For some time now, I've been searching for a ToDo manager that fit my unique workflow. The key requirements were that I wanted something simple, which allowed me to manage multiple categories of ToDos, and could be integrated with iCal, Mail, and my iPhone. Recently, I found 2Do, a handy app that, so far, seems to fit my needs quite well.
One reason I love my iPhone is that it has significantly reduced the amount of "stuff" I have to carry with me wherever I go. Sadly, my iPhone can't replace my credit cards, ATM card, and driver's license. Well, not yet, anyway. However, with the help of 1Password, it can help to reduce the thickness of my wallet.
Today’s pick is Grocery IQ, a shopping list app from Coupons Inc. It’s not just your run-of-the-mill shopping list, though. It’s a shopping assistant, and it has changed the way my wife and I shop for groceries.
Some commercial applications are now making it possible to run your Automator workflows using an Apple Remote or other remote control.