Episode 23: A Pretty Big Army

With one iPhone 5 in hand, Eugene and Mark discuss phone impressions and iOS 6 maps, before discussing apps for hotkeys/shortcuts and much more.

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Episode 22: Generational Evolution

On the eve of the iPhone 5 release, Eugene & Mark are joined by Ian Schray of Well Red Apps to discuss their thoughts of the iPhone 5 and iOS 6.  The apps and applications portion covers Mark’s journey into Omnifocus and TextExpander. On the Simply Solutions portion, the guys discuss organizing files and living in the past.

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Episode 21: Three Alarm Fire

Eugene & Mark discuss their impressions of Mountain Lion, including what’s great and, well, not so great. The apps and applications portion includes reviews of three apps: iTranslate Voice (iOS), Trickster (Mac), and Fantastical (Mac).

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Episode 20: Numerically-Justified Outrage

Eugene & Mark discuss the the numbers behind Readability’s problems, what the release of AutoCAD LT 2013 for Mac means for everyone, and home automation with Nest Learning Thermostat & the NetRC1.

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Episode 19: Self-Inflicted Robbery

Eugene & Mark discuss the new Apple TV, iPad warmgate (ugh), Readability’s questionable business model, and whether PDFpen is a viable alternative to Preview.

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Episode 18: Low Risk, High Value

Eugene & Mark discuss Eugene’s new iPad, the usefulness of Quicklook, and the power and brilliance of Keyboard Maestro.

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Episode 17: Apple with 4 Cores

Eugene & Mark discuss the new iPad (third generation), OS 10.8 Mountain Lion,  the highly productive world of window management apps, and much more.

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Episode 16: Off By 4 Billion

Eugene and Mark put Apple’s recent earnings in perspective, and discuss iBooks Author, iTunes U, and defining your own Mac shortcuts/hotkeys. The Apps & Applications portion of the show covers several great Mac & iOS apps as well.

This week we ask our listeners to think about how you use your Macs, and what types of things you do that are repetitive, whether it involves emails that are strikingly similar to one another, a series of steps involving different apps that you repeat once a day or once a week, renaming/resizing/moving files, etc. Our next show will focus on automation and different ways to automate your Mac to improve productivity and efficiency, so please let us know through the feedback form on the Simply Apple website or through twitter what types of actions you’d like to automate on your Mac.

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Episode 15: Creature of Habit

On this week’s Simply Apple episode, Eugene and Mark discuss logical (rather than rumor-based) predictions for Apple in 2012, Eugene’s explanation of how DEVONthink fits into your digital life, a non-standard review of Quicken Essentials for Mac, and Safari Extensions you may not know about.

We are extending our DEVONthink giveaway for 1 more week, so to enter the giveaway, all you have to do is leave a comment on this post and tell any of the following:

  • How you plan on using DEVONthink
  • What you think Apple will release in 2012
  • What apps you’d like us to review on the show
  • What Mac/iOS problems you have that you’d like answered on the show
  • How you think we’re doing or how we can improve

The giveaway will end on Tuesday, January 17th at 11:59pm PST, so be sure to enter and spread the word!

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Episode 14: How Many Birds can be Angry?

On the last 2011 Simply Apple episode, Eugene and Mark cover exactly how many sales make an App Store star, whether Amazon’s Price Check app is a good thing, and managing all of you Mac app updates. But we didn’t stop there – this week we learn about DEVONthink from Nathan Douglas, a DEVONthink power user extraordinaire who shares the power and flexibility of the app and describes why DEVONthink users love the app as much as they do.

To go along with our interview, the fine folks at DEVONtechnologies have graciously provided two full licenses for DEVONthink Pro for our Simply Apple listeners.

To enter the giveaway, all you have to do is leave a comment on this post and tell any of the following:

  • How you plan on using DEVONthink
  • What you think Apple will release in 2012
  • What apps you’d like us to review on the show
  • What Mac/iOS problems you have that you’d like answered on the show
  • How you think we’re doing or how we can improve

The giveaway will end on Wednesday, January 8th at 11:59pm PST, so be sure to enter and spread the word!

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