I followed Mac|Life’s advice and got myself hooked on Read It Later. Now whenever I want to save a webpage on my Mac for later reading, I just click the Read It Later button in Safari’s toolbar, and that article shows up in the Read It Later app on my iPhone. But when I tried to add Read It Later’s bookmarklet to Mobile Safari, I repeatedly got a MobileMe error message on my Mac that ended up deleting the bookmarklet from my iPhone. How can I avoid this?
Last week’s debut of iOS 4 and the iPhone 4 has brought with them an avalanche of App Store updates that make improvements for the latest and greatest, and on Tuesday a trio of them went live -- one new and two updates.
Well, when next we meet for our next round of In Case You Missed It, things will be different. It Will Have Happened. At least one of you, maybe more, just might be reading next week's column on the fabled iPad.
Now, we're not saying that this is the very first place that you should check out on Mobile Safari once you get your iPad in your hot little hands. We're just saying that this is the absolute very first place you should check out. And now, the end of an era, this week's best pre-iPad viewed Mac|Life columns.
Spring has sprung and sprung with a vengeance. Sunshine! Warm air! Being outdoors is once again a treat. Just as the vernal equinox passes us by and leads us to a bit more moving about, it'll soon be iPad launch day and we may find no good reasons to go back inside for quite some time.
Meanwhile, as we await that wonderful sidewalk cafe life with our reading and our data streaming right by our sides, here's this week's menu of the best stories from a week of Mac|Life. Order well.
Instapaper Pro has long been a great way to load your iPhone with
content that you can browse at leisure--even if you don't have a
wireless connection. Now they've enhanced it in version 2.2 with
pagination, dictionary (Wiktionary) lookup, an in-app browser, and email