Color us surprised that Apple decided to spring iOS 6.1 on everyone Monday! After all, Cupertino had pushed out a fifth beta of the update over the weekend, so few probably expected it to be released right away. The good news is, the official release means the jailbreakers are free to unleash the exploit they've been sitting on, which promises to bring untethered fun to every device currently running the software. Read on for more details!
The iPad was designed from the start as a great way to read, but few developers have been able to crack the perfect app for absorbing such content. Readdle is throwing its own hat into the ring with its free Documents app, now available on the App Store.
Adobe is notifying Acrobat.com users of changes taking place at the beginning of 2013, including the ability to create PDF files being stripped out of the latter as well as Adobe ConnectNow being removed entirely.
While the creators of the PDF format long ago surrendered its technology to all, Adobe has continued to refine its own Acrobat software. That storied tradition continues with the release of Adobe Acrobat XI on Monday.
Your Mac provides you with a number of options to turn your photos into works of art, but one that you might not have considered is to craft your images into your own comic book. Following some simple principles and using a range of Pages features, you can quickly build your own visual story by adding images to a document and positioning them in order. The process isn’t as difficult as you might think and offers a fun way to share your photos with friends and family, complete with your own text to help tell the story.
Hello, the 80s are calling! Give 'em a listen with this novelty case that'll be sure to get plenty of laughs. Looking for something a little more serious? Well, how about some serious savings on some killer hardware and software? Yeah, we thought you'd like that.
By now, you probably know that we love Markdown -- the simple and easy to use HTML editor. While there are many other capable tools out there, we recently ran across an app called Valletta that not only creates Markdown (.md) documents, but also lets you export your work to HTML, PDF, and Microsoft Word documents.
Read on to learn how you can use the Valletta app to create automatically-formatted PDFs and Word Documents.