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.
191 – New Apps Enabled by Apple Hardware and OS Advances
This week, Federico and John explore the third-party apps enabled by Apple’s latest hardware and developer frameworks.
190 – The New iPad Air: Apple’s Most Forward-Looking iPad
In this special episode of AppStories, John interviews Federico about the all-new iPad Air, which Federico has been testing and reviewed on MacStories. Federico explains why the new iPad Air is Apple’s most forward-looking iPad that stands at the intersection of the iPad Pro and the rest of the company’s line-up, and covers every aspect of the hardware, design, and differences compared to other iPad models, along with practical advice on who should consider buying the new iPad Air.
189 – Apps and the iPhone Event: Apple’s Latest Innovations in the Home and Mobile Photography
This week, Federico and John dig into the latest Apple event to uncover new features and innovations coming to the Home app, Siri, and mobile photography.
188 – iOS and iPadOS 14: The MacStories Review
This week, Federico and John dive into Federico’s annual iOS and iPadOS review to look at big picture trends like Compact UI along with the changes to iPadOS, the Apple Pencil’s new Scribble feature, and Shortcuts.
187 – Must-Have Music Widgets for Your iPhone
This week, Federico and John tour music widgets, one of their favorite categories, exploring the many widgets they’re using to listen to music and follow their favorite artists.
186 – Our Newly Customized iOS 14 Home Screens
This week, Federico and John revisit their approaches to their iPhone Home Screens, including the third-party widgets they’re using, and how they are optimizing their mix of apps and widgets since the iOS 14 update. Federico also shares a trick for integrating certain widgets and folders of icons into his wallpaper.
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This is actually smooth
The episode normally takes forever
How many podcasts
can Casey liss be on? He and his outdated app? Unsubscribe. Find some people out of your little cult to speak with.
Really like this one.