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Apple’s Low Power Mode in iOS 9 is Amazing

Apple has a Low Power Mode in iOS 9 and it’s fantastic. It temporary reduces your phones power consumption when enabled. It won’t check for new mail, disables background app refresh, disables automatic downloads, and reduces some visual effects. Not only will it save your battery, but it’ll also charge your phone faster. To enable […]

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Google, please stop randomly logging me out of Gmail!

Why Google?! Why do you feel that logging me out of Gmail randomly is a good idea? Especially when I’m in the middle of an email. To make it worse, you tell me you can’t save the draft but you try to automatically redirect me to the login screen which means I’m going to lose […]

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Kiwi vs MailPlane vs Your Browser for Gmail on the Mac

I’m kind of a sucker for Gmail apps. I really like Gmail, but I also like the look and feel of a desktop app. That’s when Kiwi for Gmail (formerly Gmail for Mac) was launched on Kickstarter, I was quick to jump in. I was hoping for something amazing, but I got something good instead. Kiwi […]

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My love affair with wifi is unstable.

I always thought that having wireless would be the end of all our networking issues. I mean we have no cords to run so it’s gotta be better. Right?! Sadly no. Now that we’re in a new house I’ve been struggling as to where to put the router to get the best signal. I’ve been […]

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A Rundown of Mac eMail Applications

The Mac has no shortage of email applications, however I haven’t yet found one that can tear me away from Gmail’s web interface. What I’d love is an email client that integrates seamlessly with Gmail and Mac, doesn’t cost too much, and just works. However, that doesn’t exist currently. For now, here is a roundup of […]

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Marxico Brings Markdown to Evernote

I’ve been getting more and more into using markdown to take notes do to the simplicity. However, the biggest issue I have is that I haven’t found a good app that’ll keep all my notes together and synced across multiple platforms. I’ve been using Stackedit for a few months now, but that was until I […]

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