As a Software Engineer who loves minimalism specially in creating a better experience in my life, I say with certainty that the presence of any file on your desktop hinders the experience you get out of your Mac. Your desktop should breathe.
I have written this article to help you find more breathing room in your day-to-day experience.
In this article, I will explain how to accomplish an experience in which you enjoy using your Mac. It consists of five parts:
Apple Watch is the first wearable computer with a different perspective to improve our lives. I believe that the integration of human-centered design has never been so humane until introducing this wearable device.
An Apple Watch is probably one of the first gadgets we don’t consider a simple watch. However, it does so by improving how we speak with technology; in this story, I will review how its design has affected us.
Before the review, I have two fundamental questions:
It is August, and we are less than two months away from all the new gadgets that Apple will introduce at their annual hardware conference. I am hopeful of a brand new Apple Silicon processor (perhaps M1X or M2) that would significantly improve the graphical processing unit.
In this story, I will introduce 10 Mac apps in entertainment, reference, design, utility, health, and education. In addition, it is going to help you know more about some new apps and tools that I use to improve my overall life quality.
I love apps. I love productivity apps to be precise, but more importantly, I love the increase in performance I get from using perfectly designed apps. Every so often, when I’m trying to find a solution to improve some aspects of my life, I get analysis paralysis.
Occasionally, what we really want is simply the same solutions that already exists — the ones we often take for granted.
In this story, I will talk about an app that I always get back to. …
It’s July, we have spent half of 2021 (mostly, and hopefully) at home working remotely. Our lucky ones got vaccinated. Seeing how more people are getting protected from COVID makes me feel so hopeful for a better future.
For this month, I have prepared some fantastic apps for your iPhone, of which many will run on your iPad as well. We’ll read about apps in the category of health, privacy, news, and education.
I love writing these editions of monthly apps. Specially those for Mac. They bring so much fun into my life and I can see how the use of Mac can extend to more areas other than productivity.
Last month, we had Apple’s WWDC 21 where they introduced the new version of macOS Monterey and people are generally loving the new release. Good news, me too! I love how Apple has progressed with updating continuity for the ecosystem. You can read my story covering the new features below.
In this story, we are going to introduce apps in the category of…
One of the highlights of the Word Wide Developer Conference 21 was a feature called LiveText. It can help recognize text in almost anything on your photos or while using the view finder in your Camera app.
The sad news is that this feature is only available on iPhones with A12 Bionic chip and newer models. So, if you own any iPhone without these chips, you can’t use the Live Text feature. …
iOS 15 is underrated. I think the release of iOS 15 has been incredibly contextual. Each release of iPhone software usually carries many new features that make many people dissatisfied, but for this one, people are actually going to make use of the new features.
A year ago, we were introduced to home screen changes with widgets and some wallpapers. This year, there are improvements to the home screen, but, our context is mostly taken care of.
Apple is also shifting a lot of its focus to integrating more features of health and technology. …
I love my AirPods. I own an AirPod (second generation), and even though they are dated by now, they just work. Yes, there are some bugs, but those happen because of its age rather than the device itself.
AirPods are so futuristic. On their own, they are magical. You simply put them in your ears, and they connect. No need for manual Bluetooth connection. Everything is natural and I love it.
I think AirPods can be so much more. They can bring us more than what we have seen from Samantha in the movie: Her. …
Just Cause, a term wildly spoken in the book: The Infinite Game by Simon Sinek. I am amazed by the genius of Mr. Sinek which shows his vision of a future where people go to work, do their best job and come back home feeling satisfied.
In this story I will present you eight things to notice and check to see whether a company is worth your time and future.
We should not live restricted. Whatever we do, it should bring joy and more hope for a future state which still doesn’t exist. To talk more in-depth about this state…