Here are a few links to some websites that I have been really enjoying lately:
MacStories is a website dedicated to getting the most out of your Apple devices. Federico Viticci, the site’s Cheif Editor, is world-reknowned for his iOS automation skills and shares them widely with his readers. Don’t worry though, most of what is shared on this site is accessible to even the newest of iPhone users. If you are looking for great app reviews and recomendations then MacStories is for you.
Tools and Toys
Tools and Toys is a site all about, well, tools and toys. Here’s a great description from the site itself:
We publish every day with reviews, photo essays, gear guides, articles, and links to awesome and interesting things. We are here for the pickiest of gadget geeks, software aficionados, snowboard junkies, music lovers, writers, readers, coffee nuts, risk takers, do-gooders, and collectors of fine paraphernalia.
Yea, it’s sweet. And speaking of sweet…
The Sweet Setup
The Sweet Setup is a site dedicated to determining the best of the best across a number of categories. It is extremely helpful when you are trying to decide what weather app to use, or what app offers the best GTD solution. The reviews are in-depth, honest, and offer other options if you don’t like their first place choice. Also on The Sweet Setup you can find interviews with all sorts of people about their iOS and/or Mac setups. This is a great way to discover new apps and to see how others use the apps that you are familiar with.
I hope you take a few minutes to check out these great sites. If you do, let me know what you think of them, I’d love to hear your thoughts!