AppStories is a weekly exploration of the world of apps by MacStories' Federico Viticci and John Voorhees. Each week, they discuss the best new apps, the impact of apps on our culture, and cover the stories behind popular apps. Hosted by Federico Viticci and John Voorhees.
The iPad mini: Small Wonder
This week, Federico and John go beyond the specs to figure out what it is about the new iPad mini that makes it so special.
On AppStories+, Federico explains how he has begun experimenting with his email setup again and shares a new feature of Working Copy that he's testing. Also, John reports on the latest happenings in Epic's litigation against Apple and what it means.
iOS and iPadOS 15: The MacStories Review
This week, John interviews Federico about his iOS and iPadOS 15 review live in the Club MacStories+ Discord community, covering the challenges of writing this year's review, Focus mode, Safari changes, Shortcuts, Live Text, the Shelf, listener questions, and more.
On AppStories+, Federico shares what review day is like and how he deals with negativity, John covers MacStories' eBook production workflow, and Federico discovers an eBook reader that supports Quick Note and annotation.
A Look at the HomeKit and tvOS Updates Coming Soon
This week, Federico and John look at Apple’s evolving approach to the way HomeKit devices and entertainment features are incorporated into the company’s OSes.
On AppStories+, Federico covers WidgetPod and Marvis Pro and John gives Federico Apple Maps homework and explains something fun he received in the mail.
Reminders, Notes, and App Customization
This week, Federico and John examine the growing trend of app customization in the context of Apple's system apps focusing on Reminders' Tag Browser and Smart Lists and Notes' Tag Browser and Smart Folders.
On AppStories+, Federico explains how his recently-purchased Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 has enabled a unique reading and note-taking workflow.
The Complexity of Defining Great Modern Mac Apps
What Is a Great Mac App?
Introducing the All-New Club MacStories
The Next Generation of Club MacStories
Subscription?? $8 a month, yuck
I didn’t watch close enough and added this podcast to Apple Podcasts and got suckered into paying $7.99. I already get this same feed on Overcast for free.
I was trying to move all my podcasts from OverCast to Apple Podcasts and didn’t know AppStories was Pay to Play here. Oh well, live and learn. Fortunately I was able to cancel the subscription, but that doesn’t stop the first month payment to go through. Which it did very quickly.
First Class Passengers This Way
Really ad heavy, which I guess is going to continue even as they spend great amounts of time to push people towards what has to be the most premium Mac club going.They really seem to know their core audience, like a rancher knows cattle. Tier 3 for the jokes.
Iphone Version support
My users iphone version support