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14.10.2015 02:00

In the prior s-cycle, the iPhone 5s was introduced alongside the unapologetically plastic iPhone 5c. A move that – to many – felt unorthodox. As we know now, a 6c was not announced this year and even though it had been rumored, I’d wager that those were patterned guesses.

A fantastic post about the iPhone 5c

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Just 158 families have provided nearly half of the early money for efforts to capture the White House.

14.10.2015 02:00

They are overwhelmingly white, rich, older and male[…]

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Pragmatic app pricing – Marco.org

14.10.2015 02:00

This time, I’m not too worried about Pocket Casts and Castro. Well, a little — that instinct never fully leaves a person. But even after Pocket Casts ships their silence skipper and volume booster shortly on iOS and Castro 2 comes out with a far nicer UI than I could ever imagine, they have their users, I have mine, and we’ll all be fine. We have much bigger problems than each other.

Podcasts are hot right now. Big Money is coming.

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How to write a support request – BrettTerpstra.com

12.10.2015 02:00

Most of the software I produce is free, but I try to provide the most helpful answers I can without draining all of my time. With my commercial software, such as Marked 2 and StretchLink, I strive to provide excellent responses to all queries. There are a few things that help me (and any software developer/company) provide that quickly and pleasantly.

This is something everyone should read.

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Overcast 2.0

12.10.2015 02:00

Overcast is my podcasting app of choice, and have been since it came out a little bit over a year ago, and version 2.0 came out a few days ago. It introduces streaming, and a new and interesting business model: free with the option to pay, if you want to.

Marco:

The headlining feature of Overcast 2 is streaming. You can still download all episodes as you did before — I fixed some bugs there, too

Great app, great update. You should check out the Macstories review if you want a in-depth article about more or less every single detail.

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The Brooks Review

12.10.2015 02:00

A common refrain when people try to encourage others to buy mobile apps is to say things like: look your Starbucks “latte” cost you $4 and you will finish it inside of 30 minutes (one hopes), but this app is $1.99 and you will use it for months — if not years. Clearly the better value is the app, not the Starbucks.

Fantastic. Comparing App prices to cups of coffee is a a bad idea, and this article explains exactly why.

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Bowers & Wilkins’ latest Zeppelin speaker goes wireless, adds support for AirPlay | iMore

09.10.2015 02:00

I have wanted if not craved a Zeppelin for a very long time. It is just amazing.

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Ulysses

09.10.2015 02:00

The Ulysses Medium integrations looks great, and this might get my to play around with Medium.

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An Illustrated History of Mac OS X

08.10.2015 02:00

This is awesome.

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Brett Terpstra

08.10.2015 02:00

Marked 2.5—a major update to my Markdown preview and writing tools collection—is now available for direct purchase and from the Mac App Store! It’s a free upgrade for all Marked 2 customers, and available at a discounted $11.99 for new customers right now.

Great update, for a great app, I use it almost every day, to preview and export markdown files to PDF.

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