Totallee just released their super thin cases for the iPhone 8 and iPhone X. They are available and ready to ship within 24 hours. They are some of the thinnest cases you can get, and are available in a thin plastic or leather option.
SaneBox can move unimportant messages out of view into a separate folder and summarize them in an interactive daily digest. It works with any mail client you use, on any platform, and there’s no need to install anything.
MacPaw recently launched a subscription service for popular Mac indie apps, called Setapp. Describes as an “unstore” alternative to Mac App Store, Setapp is more like Netflix for software where you pay a flat monthly fee of $9.99 for full access to a growing list of 60+ Mac apps like RapidWeaver, Marked 2, Ulysses, iMazing, iStat Menus, Toast Titanium, CodeRunner, Blogo, Pagico and more.
Every app offered through Setapp is free of advertising and In-App Purchases and you get instant unlimited access to their latest versions and any updates. Even if you loathe subscriptions, Setapp’s free trial lets you try each and every app offered in the set for an entire month, without any restrictions and completely free of charge.
Although iOS offers some features that help you restrict what a child can or cannot do on his iPhone, there is still no simple way to closely monitor their texts messages, phone calls, Facebook and WhatsApp conversations and more.
This is exactly what MobiPast can provide: a simple and efficient way to track what your child does on his iPhone (or other device), making sure he doesn’t cross the lines and potentially puts himself at risk. This is a method that definitely raises privacy concerns, but you can’t argue that privacy comes second when it comes to the safety of your kids.
For this to work, both the monitored and monitoring devices will have to be jailbroken. First download the MobiPast app on your iPhone or iPad, then install the invisible monitoring app on your child’s iPhone.
After that, you can open the MobiPast application on your cell phone or tablet and start secretly consulting copies of messages, calls, internet history, Facebook conversations, contacts, etc. Alternatively, you can monitor the device’s activity directly from your desktop browser.
For more information on how you can track your kid’s iPhone activity, make sure to visit MobiPast.com.
The folks at B&G present WhatAlarm, the alarm clock app that helps you get going in the morning by reading you the news, your reminders, appointments, weather conditions, as well as your horoscope.
WhatAlarm not only aims at waking you up but also telling you what your day looks like so you know ahead of getting out of bed. After opening the app to stop the alarm, WhatAlarm will kindly greet you and inform you about the weather for the day. Then it will read your reminders, the main news headlines, your horoscope, and finally will play your favorite radio station until you stop the app…
Since it was released in the Mac App Store in 2012, ColorStrokes has been one of the top photo apps with dozens of glowing reviews. Fastforward two years later and ColorStrokes has now been downloaded over 1 million times. To celebrate the event, ColorStrokes developer Macphun (these are the guys behind Snapheal and Intensify for Mac – photo apps named 2012 and 2013 Best of Mac App Store) has decided to give free copies of the app to everybody, and they’ve also put up a giveaway where lucky winners will be able to grab 1 of 3 awesome Foffa Bikes, plus your ColorStrokes images printed on canvas.
What’s the trick, you may ask? There is no trick. All you have to do is head over to Macphun website and get your free copy of ColorStrokes. You will have to enter your name and email address, then a download link and activation code will be emailed to you. Once you’ve downloaded your free copy of ColorStrokes, go back to Macphun website to enter the giveaway where you will have to like their page on Facebook and retweet a message.
That’s all there is to it. If you don’t believe in giveaways, you can always get your free copy of ColorStrokes, no strings attached!
I try to live a cordless life as much as I can. I play music over AirPlay at home, and Bluetooh while in my car. I use AirPrint to print documents directly from the comfort of my couch. But there are still these several cords and cables I can’t get rid of quite yet, such as my iPhone 5 charger, my wife’s iPad 3 charger, my MacBook Air charger, etc. The result is much more clutter on my desk than I can really stand.
Snable is a new product looking to get funded on Kickstarter that’s trying to solve this problem. As we were watching the promo video below with my wife today, we looked at each other and we thought the Snable would be perfect for some areas of our home where we get overwhelmed by cables. If you’re anything like me, chances are you might feel the same.
Today, we sit down with Adewale from Unique Design Solutions (UDS) and talk about the company’s new project. If their name sounds familiar, it’s probably because you’ve heard about them on iDB when we covered some of their previous projects such as the Vavo and the Foco…