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How To Read Outlook .msg files on your Mac or Windows for free.

Back in the day I use to get winmail.dat files from Outlook and had to figure out how to open them. Now Outlook’s format changed to .msg but the issue remains; if you don’t have Outlook, you have no idea what to do with a .msg file. Good news, there is a relatively easy solution....

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Fix Spotlight Search in iOS 11

When I updated to iOS 11 one of the first things I noticed was that search was broken. I would search for “Ama” and iOS would find Amazon Music but not the Amazon app. I could also search for “Shop” and it couldn’t find the Shopkick app. In these examples, they’d only show if I...

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Apple Music isn’t for me; yet.

I tried out Apple Music’s three-month trial and figured out it’s not for me at this time. The best part about Apple Music is being able to ask Siri to play anything. Having Apple Music right at your finger tips is fantastic. It’s also great when I can download any song and add it to...

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MelloTrello 1.1 – Label Text & Responsive

I’ve updated MelloTrello, my Trello theme, to show label text and to make it responsive. The text on the labels makes it easy to remember what the labels mean. That is, if you associate text with the labels. Boards also now stack if the window is too narrow. This makes Trello responsive and you don’t have...

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Apple can issue a refund if software purchased drops in price.

About a week after I finally persuaded myself to get Fantastical 2 for the Mac, it dropped in price. For most software I wouldn’t care, but when it’s $50 to start with, that $10 price drop is significant. Now technically Apple doesn’t have any price guarantees. Prices for products offered via the Services may change...

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