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Bookmarks tagged with “app”

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Recall

A personal encyclopedia/wiki powered by indexdb

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tldraw

Tiny little web based drawing app.

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Swinsian — The Advanced Mac Music Player

"Swinsian is a sophisticated music player for macOS with wide format support, folder watching, advanced tag editing and designed to be responsive even with the largest libraries."

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Color Slurp

Mac color picker and organiser.

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Frame Your WiFi

'"Frame Your WiFi" is a free to use tool for generating frameable WiFi QR Code. Create your own personalized WiFi picture and impress your friends and family. Ideal for homes, coffee shops, apartments and hotels.'

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Actions

Additional actions for the Shortcuts app

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Pins app: How-Tos

Advanced functionality for Pins app.

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Wachete - Monitor web changes

"Track and watch any webpage for changes"

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‎Marvis Pro on the App Store

‎alternate music player for iOS.

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Screenotate: Take screenshots you can search, with automatic OCR

Screenotate is a screenshot-taking tool which works just like macOS's screenshot tool – one keyboard shortcut and drag – and it uses OCR (Optical Character Recognition) to recognize text in your screenshots

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Botnet

"Botnet is a social network simulator where you're the only human along with a million bots who are obsessed with you."

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An app can be a home-cooked meal

"I made a messaging app for my family and my family only."

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Downlink

Near real-time satellite imagery. Straight to your desktop.

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Agenda - Date-focused Note Taking.

Agenda is a date-focused note taking app for both planning and documenting your projects. With its unique timeline, Agenda gives you a complete picture of past, present and future. From business professionals and technical users, to students and artists, Agenda is for anyone wanting well organized and easily navigable notes that help drive your projects forward.

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Focused | Codebots

Markdown editor

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Aeon Timeline

Timeline software for creative writing.

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Retrobatch, from Flying Meat

Retrobatch is a unique application for automating actions to tens, hundreds, and even thousands of images at the same time

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Articulate 360

Content library and course creation tool.

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ClassDojo

"Build wonderful classroom communities with parents and students"

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Paste - collaborative presentations

"Fast, collaborative presentations for creative teams. Share your work in realtime and collaborate with reactions, comments, and Slack integration. Embed files, links, and docs for strategy decks, design handoffs, brainstorms, research gathering. Integrates with Giphy, Figma, Dropbox, Google Docs, and more."

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Simon Says | Automatically transcribe your media

Simon Says is the swiftest way to transcribe your audio and video files.

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Here's How Hard It Is to Get People To Use Your App

Retention is hard for apps, and that's if you can get someone to download it in the first place.

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Most smartphone users download zero apps per month

"Mobile apps have skyrocketed in popularity and utility since Apple introduced the iPhone App Store in the summer of 2008. […] Yet most US smartphone owners download zero apps in a typical month"

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Next Reality

NEXTREALITY is the world's biggest community of AR designers and developers to show their work and get jobs

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The UX golden rule: Value > Pain

"There is a subtle force at work here. When discussing any product, technology, or idea, it’s easy to focus only on its value, what problem it is trying to solve for the user. This is a good start, and has historically been the only consideration. Recently however, people have started to realize that it also has to be well designed; it can’t be painful to use."

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Mathpix

Very interesting piece of tech. OCR for mathematical equations, which can then import them into a visualiser so you can play with the variables

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SEO Spider

The Screaming Frog SEO Spider is a desktop program (PC or Mac) which crawls websites’ links, images, CSS, script and apps from an SEO perspective.

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Building Hybrid Applications with Electron

A little light technical reading about our new App for Mac and what makes it tick: ✨🐜🌈✨

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Regressive Web Apps

"This year’s event showed just how big Google is, and how it doesn’t have one party line when it comes to the web and native. At the same time as there were talks on Service Workers and performance for the web, there was also an unveiling of Android Instant Apps—a full-frontal assault on the web. If you thought it was annoying when websites door-slammed you with intrusive prompts to install their app, just wait until they don’t need to ask you anymore."

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More Chinese Mobile UI Trends

Another look through mobile UI design patterns in the Middle Kingdom.

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Swinsian

An iTunes replacement music player for Mac OS X. Lacks device syncing, but can stream via Airplay.

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I Left My System Fonts in San Francisco

Specifying system fonts with CSS on OSX 10.11

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Touch Pianist - Magical Piano App

"Touch Pianist is a musical toy / instrument that allows the user to perform hard-to-play classical piano music favorites (from composers like Beethoven, Mozart, Bach, Satie, Debussy to name a few) just by tapping the rhythm of the piece's particular sound events on a computer keyboard or a touch screen."

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Hours, the Apple Watch, and turning an app into a businesst

Very very interesting article about the decision by the Hours Time Tracking app team to go from $6.99 to free, partly inspired by Slack's idea of building a business, not just an app.

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The best UI typeface goes unnoticed

On the surface, most of an app’s UI is exactly the type it’s set in. That’s why it matters so much. As good as any app can serve as an example, but let’s start with Weather for iOS: apart from the decorative clouds and inevitable icons, its UI is essentially pure text:

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Internationalisation is toxic to the Agile process

How Triggertrap are apporaching internationalisation for v2 of their app.

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The Evolution of Audio Hijack

Fascinating look behind the scenes.

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Chinese Mobile App UI Trends

A summary of common idioms and visual language found in Chinese smartphone apps.

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soundflower

Soundflower is a MacOS system extension that allows applications to pass audio to other applications

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Paprika app

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