Review: Newton Mail App and Service

I have been struggling with a long-term email app for years, switching from one and another back and forth from time to time, keep wasting time and effort to set things up, syncing over settings etc. CloudMagic had been one of the most popular third-party email applications in the market and of those I have…

Airmail for Mac received the biggest update with tons of new features and improvements

Airmail 2 is a super clean but well-designed and functional mail client designed for Mac OSX with fast performance and intuitive interaction, that supports a number of email services including iCloud™, Microsoft Exchange, Gmail™, IMAP, POP3, Yahoo!™, AOL™, Outlook.com™, Live.com™, and more. Switching between accounts is like a breeze and quick reply to incoming messages…

Mindnode 2.0 for Mac brings truckloads of new features and improvements

Mindnode for iOS, one of the Essential Apps shortlisted by Apple App Store, has been my only go-to app for crafting mind-maps at project brainstorming and outlining stage. It has been quite painful for me to look at a small screen on my iPhone 6 to work something out. Personally, I would rather move the work to…

A quick look at Fantastical for Apple Watch

Finally, Fantastical 2 pushed an update bringing in their Apple Watch app in this new version 2.3. It is a very well designed and functional calendar app for the Apple Watch which is on par with the iOS app. Unlike lengthy posts by other blogs, here is a short and quick overview on the interface…

2Do is a robust GTD app for Apple Watch

2Do is one of the most popular, robust but expensive Get Things Done (GTD) iOS app in the market. There are an abundant amount of productivity app that can perform the same task. But I recently turned away from Wunderlist and started being fond of 2Do for its robustness and overwhelming functionalities on both the…

Take location-based notes on Apple Watch with WhereNote

WhereNotes for iPhone and Apple Watch is a decent productivity app that allows you to quickly jot down and record your thoughts at specific places you visit. For instance, to remember a location of a restaurant, you can take a photo of the front door, menu, jot down what you ordered and which one is…

You can glance through your Cheatsheet right on your wrist

Cheatsheet is a very handy app with widget, extensions and hint icons to help you remember little things. It is already very nice to have the Today widget implemented that you can do this without unlocking the phone. But wouldn’t it be better if you can manage and read the cheats right on your wrist?…

[Price Drop] Newsflow [$4.99 -> FREE] [Mac OSX]

Newsflow – RSS News Reader with Feedly, Feedbin, Feed Wrangler, NewsBlur syncing by Rocky Sand Studio Ltd. is a nicely designed RSS reader client for Mac that allows users to sync and read their RSS articles in a fast, fluent and highly customizable manner. It is currently free for a limited time on the Mac…

Top posts of the week [3/30-4/5]

As promised, these is a weekly recap on the top posts every Sunday evening. Here are the top 5 from 30th March to 5th April worth checking out in case you missed any of them: Pangu Team to hold Mobile Security Conference in Shanghai on 5 June Best iPhone Photography Apps in March 2015 Best…