Pixelmator Photo for iPad: a Capable Photo Editor at a Low Price

Today is the official release of Pixelmator Photo, a new and capable photo editor at a bargain price for the iPad. I had a chance to try the application for a week. Here are my observations. But first, let me express my love for this company and everything they do. Pixelmator Photo welcome screen My... Continue Reading →

HyperDrive USB-C Hub for iPad Pro: My Review

At long last, here is my review of the HyperDrive USB-C Hub for the 2018 iPad Pro. After a very successful KickStarter campaign. I made a pledge, my very first one on KickStarter. I couldn’t imagine having this iPad Pro without one as I wrote back in February. Here is my short review. HyperDrive ports:... Continue Reading →

Switching to Ulysses for my Writing Needs

Since my comeback to my blog last fall, my writing sessions were always done online using the WordPress block editor. I even wrote about their Gutenberg editor of WordPress being hard to get used. It didn't mattered to me if I was on the go with my iPad or at home, WordPress seemed to offer... Continue Reading →

Small Review Adobe Portfolio

As you know, Flickr is having some growing issues with the recently changed rules for free account and I'm considering closing my account. But, where should I publish my photography work after closing my Flickr account? On 500px? Or SmugMug? What about Unsplash? I think I found a better way. Enters Adobe Portfolio. Adobe Portfolio... Continue Reading →

Lightroom CC February Update Review

Adobe released a slew of updates this week and I want to start with Lightroom CC on the iPad and macOS. Many enhancements are provided but I want to focus on a few of them, the ones that mathers most to me. There is a "enhance details" feature based on Adobe Sensei AI engine that... Continue Reading →

Mini Review of Duet Display

A few days ago, I wrote a mini review of Luna Display 3.0. Before using this solution to add a second display to my iMac, I was using another one, Duet Display. Here is my mini review. Duet Display requires an iPad application installed, a helper application installed on the iMac and a cable. In... Continue Reading →

Mini Review of Luna Display 3.0

Running iTunes on the second display If you want to use your brand new 2018 11" or 12.9" iPad Pro as a secondary display for a MacBook or an iMac, there seems to be two simple ways as of this writing. The first one is with Luna Display and the second is with Duet Display.... Continue Reading →

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