Posts tagged as app

Sharing Some Love for Indie Mac Apps

Ctrl Alt Setup - Jul 03, 2021

Sharing Some Love for Indie Mac Apps

For years, I have been using Mac for work and PC for leisure (refer to my PC setup article) since my PC setup has better graphic performance for games and multi-media production. Not being able to use Mac 24 / 7, means I probably missed out so many great indie apps in Mac ecosystem. Here's some of m

Feature Wishlist for My Favorites Apps in 2018

App Talk - Jan 15, 2019

Feature Wishlist for My Favorites Apps in 2018

I'm starting a new tradition this year by writing a feature wishlist to apps and services that I use regularly. Instead of tweeting complaints, why not make it a constructive suggestion so developers can take it seriously? Here's a list of suggestions I wrote: It is not easy to get your friends onbo

Practical Evernote Tips

Ctrl Alt Setup - Oct 29, 2018

Practical Evernote Tips

TLDR: Practical Evernote tips that help you to build your own knowledge base and get things done (GTD) I have been a long-time user of Evernote but I have only been subscribed to their paid plans until recently, which is why I totally understand the challenges that Evernote is facing. Not only there

Do Subscription Models Work with Apps?

Ctrl Alt Setup - Jul 20, 2018

Do Subscription Models Work with Apps?

Thoughts on Setapp — subscription-based collection for Mac apps Mac apps are great. They are beautifully designed, crafted with a bunch of handy features, and they have won over the hearts of their users, willing to pay for every update. Mac App Store was launched in 2011, it was Apple’s attempt to

How to do localization right - Citymapper in Hong Kong

Design Journal - Jul 03, 2018

How to do localization right - Citymapper in Hong Kong

After switching to Android last year, Google Map has been my first choice of transit app. Living in a city that public transport operators discourage open data, transit app is for navigation most of the time. Although selected lines of MTR and bus operators have their app to share real-time next tra