Tag: Dropbox

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Review: Filofax Fusion iPad Air Organiser

The lovely chaps at Filofax sent me a new organiser to test drive. So, after using it for a couple of weeks, I'm sharing my thoughts on it. But in case you don't make it to the end of the post, my ultimate verdict is: I like it a lot and would recommend it. I got ...

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iOS Apps I missed

While I briefly “went Android” (don’t judge me, Apple fanboys) I found such a great selection of apps for my Samsung Note 3 that I barely noticed what I’d left behind. There were Android version of all my favourite and most-used apps: Twitter, Evernote, Dropbox, Instagram etc. But not everything was covered by the many ...

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So I switched to Android

Brace yourself. I somehow underestimated the impact the following news would have on people who know me well. I was virtually interrogated by work colleagues who couldn’t believe that I…have finally switched from iOS to Android. Take a deep breath. Have a seat. I know I’ve had more time to adjust to this technological earthquake than ...

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On technology and challenge

I’ve had my new MacBook Air for just a couple of days now, but I can already confirm it’s the best Apple computer I’ve ever owned. It’s small, light, incredibly fast and has a screen and display that is a joy to look at. I’m reflecting on the brief time when I considered getting a Chromebook to replace my ...

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Pretty much painless

Breaking news from Geektown: I’ve just set up my new MacBook Air from scratch in about 20 mins. That doesn’t sound impressive, but bear in mind I didn’t transfer any data over from my old MacBook Air or a backup on an external drive. This was achieved through a combination of the magic of iCloud ...

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Hoping for Apple-related surprises

As the world and its dog knows, Apple are going to announce some new products this coming Tuesday. All signs point to at least one new iPhone model - in all probability, two - as well as the confirmed availability of the new iOS 7. All iPhone rumours indicate that we'll see a slight update ...

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Something’s coming

Finally. A blog post by the chaps over at Cultured Code regarding a cloud-based sync solution for their excellent Things application. For those of you ignoring my various posts on the topic over the last century and a half, Things is a powerful To-Do list manager for the Mac, iPhone and iPad. It allows you to apply the ‘Getting things Done’ ...