Just got word from the mother ship that my Apple Watch will be in my hands on April 24th. That means I have accessories to buy, and apps to download. Here are a few I apps I suggest you check out if/when you watch shows up.
iOS users have been able to share stuff between Apple-specific apps, like sharing a Safari web page via the Mail app without invoking the copy/paste ritual. With iOS 8, Apple has finally decided to not be so scary, and open up action extensions to 3rd-Party apps. One of the most popular apps has finally taken Apple on its word and added an Dropbox action extension to make it stupid-simple to upload files.
It’s no surprise that the native Mail app for iOS has a ways to go before people start ditching their 3rd-Party email clients. Until then, Microsoft has decided to throw Outlook into the game as a contender for iOS users looking to get more email productivity from their mobile device.
“Automatic Mac Lockdown”
Keeping nosey office neighbors out of your work is as easy as locking your Mac every time you step away…if you can ever remember to actually lock your computer. The folks at Atama want to make locking your Mac when you step away as easy as…stepping away from your Mac
Tax season is among us. That means you should be knee-deep in digging up receipts and sending/receiving documents to get ready to see the “Tax Man”. I’m almost positive that your tax prep includes downloading, signing, uploading, and sending W2’s W9’s, or whatever crazy form the IRS has come up with to make Feb-April a frustrating time, especially if you have personal and business taxes to deal with (raises hand).
If you’re looking to squeeze in some extra efficiency as well as save your sanity when it comes to document management, HelloSign is my go-to service for electronically signing and sending documents…and saving trees.