Life today is full of competing priorities and distractions. Work and personal emails, groceries and chores, personal projects and work obligations. Consequently, it can quickly get overwhelming trying to keep track of it all.
Feel like giving your Mac a new dose of productivity potential? This roundup of apps should do the trick. Included are apps for downloading HD video from the web, and a powerful pair of video conversion apps. Plus, there’s a tool for mapping and optimizing Wi-Fi coverage, and a tool for making any boring PDF into delightful digital magazines. Even better, you’ll get 20 percent off any of these deals when you use the coupon code ‘SOFTWARE20’ at checkout. Read on for more details:
There are all sorts of cool headphones out there. Headsets feature Bluetooth, noise-cancellation, with designs that are over-ear, in-ear, wireless, water-poof, and so on. These headphones from FresheTech feature most of those features, plus one you don’t see very often: bone conduction.
Another week, another round of great deals on top shelf gear, apps, and learning resources. This time, we’ve got a bundle of 5 premium Mac apps, and a keyring designed to never be lost. Additionally, we’ve got a powerful password manager and comprehensive course in iOS 11 development. Read on for more details:
Having a thumb drive on hand can be useful for all sorts of things. From keeping and moving backups of documents, photos or other files, to security uses like keys, passwords and cryptocurrency storage. Of course the thumb drive you use for your USB-connected Mac isn’t likely to work with your Lightning-connected iPhone.
The digital jobs market is getting more competitive by the hour. So if you’re looking to add new skills to your resume, a great place to start is with graphic design. That means getting familiar with Adobe’s creative software tools.
Getting the color you see in the world to match the color on your brush can be tough. Whether you’re painting on canvas or designing on the computer, working with exactly matched colors takes a trained eye. And sometimes, it takes a handful of color swatches. Unless of course you’ve memorized the color hex code system (and let’s be honest: you haven’t).