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The TextBundle file format aims to provide a more seamless user expericence when exchanging Markdown files between sandboxed applications.
TextBundles are package files containing a Markdown-formatted text file, a JSON metadata file and a directory of ‘assets’—images, &c.—referenced in the text file.
A powerful yet simple iPhone podcast player.
The ‘powerful’ stuff includes Smart Speed, which shortens silences rather than increasing playback speed, and Voice Boost, which normalises volume levels.
Screenshotter makes it incredibly simple to organize and manage the screenshots you take with your iPhone. It automatically identifies screenshots and makes it easy to organize them into folders.
"Here, Look" solves two problems:
You hand someone your phone to show them a picture, then they start scrolling through the rest of your photos. This is, at best, annoying.
You want to show someone 3 or 4 shots out of hundreds.
Here, Look lets you pick a few photos, click “Here, Look” and hand your phone over to a friend.
They see JUST those photos, and can flip through to their heart’s content.
Receive iOS notifications on your Mac
You can keep your phone in your pocket and still know what’s going on. Stay up-to-date on your incoming WhatsApp messages, know when someone’s calling you, or read any of the other notifications from any app on your iPhone.
Notifyr uses Bluetooth Low Energy, so it won’t hammer your battery too much (though you will need a relatively recent iPhone to use it).
[A] quick and simple way to make a note in Evernote.
…get a quick overview of your Google Analytics data on your iPhone.
xctool is a replacement for Apple’s xcodebuild that makes it easier to build and test iOS and Mac products. It’s especially helpful for continuous integration.