Homescreens for iPhone, iPad and OS X: November 2012

Springboard apps for iPad

The way I organized the my OS X Home screen is the guideline for all the other devices in the system. I easily access the launchpad with a click of a mouse button. I am primarily using launch bar to access all of the apps, and similar stuff, but I like visual clean design of… [Read More]

Thoughts on jailbreaking your iOS device, should you do it?

iPhone Jailbreak

Jailbreaking your iOS device is easy and brings a lot of benefits. If it wasn’t for the jailbreak I would have a sense of prison with Apple’s restriction imposed on my hardware. Beware that the newest versions of iOS aren’t supporting jailbreak from the get go. Jailbreaking resources The important thing is that all of… [Read More]

Seamless #iPhone Blogging From @DraftsApp


For quite a while I was looking for iPhone blogging solution. In the meanwhile, my needs extended to markdown and easy HTML implementation. My search is over As Drafts became my default iPhone text input and idea backup, the logical next step was to find an app tha will handle markdown with ease and allow… [Read More]

iPhone 5 from iPhone 4 owner’s point of view

Courtesy of Raizal007 from Flickr, click the photo for the original

The glorified iPhone 5 announcement passed a couple of days ago, and I wanted to leave my thoughts related to that event. iPhone 5 is a good phone, but it’s not what I’ve expected. As many of other people, I wanted a little bit more. This way I am getting what every other Galaxy S3… [Read More]

Power Users Guide To Launch Center Pro Workflows

Swipe Status Bar

<Geek Alert> This article is for those who use Launch Center Pro workflows, Omnifocus and have jailbroken device. I don’t have detailed explanations and I assume that you know what I am talking about. In depth explantaions can be found in the included links. My previous Android experience left me craving a decent launcher on… [Read More]