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Must Have Downloads Of The Week

We're starting the week off with some apps to help boost your productivity. The first app we're checking out today is Mail Pilot, the app that turns …

Top iPhone apps on sale

If you are looking for some exciting apps at a great price, then check out our list of the best iPhone apps on sale for April 15th, 2013. These apps …

While Many Users Are Aware Of AirPlay, Only A Few Are Actually Using It

Even though a recent survey shows that AirPlay is the most well-known screen mirroring technology, Apple has a long way to go to make it mainstream. …

Sponsor: MacPaw – MacStories

Club MacStories offers exclusive access to <b>extra MacStories content</b>, delivered every week; it's also a way to support us directly.<p>Club MacStories will help you discover the best apps for your devices and get the most out of your iPhone, iPad, and Mac. Plus, it's made in Italy.<p>Starting at $5/month, …

Chrome For iOS and “Save To PDF” – MacStories

Chrome for iOS was updated yesterday with a couple of new features, and considering it’s become my daily browser on all my devices, I thought I should try them out.<p>The most notable addition is full-screen viewing for the iPhone version. As you scroll down a page, the Omnibox gets hidden; to view it …

Barry For iOS Takes Full-Size Screenshots of Webpages – MacStories

I often find myself having to capture a full screenshot of a webpage (that is, not just the portion that’s shown in the browser, but the full-length site), and while Skitch for iOS is a fine option, I’d like to have an app that’s faster to launch and easier to use. Barry, a $0.99 universal app by …

Panic Status Board Review – MacStories

Since the introduction of the iPad three years ago, several developers tried to create second-screen experiences to leverage the device’s large display as a window for additional content coming from a user’s primary device – traditionally a desktop computer. It wasn’t clear at the time how an iPad …