When you think about it, the calendars on our iPhones aren't all that different than the ones that hang on our walls. Sure, we can set alerts for 2037 and fit much more than we can on those impossibly small squares, but for the most part, digital calendars haven't brought much new to the game. Horizon Calendar might not be a revolutionary change to mobile calendaring, but it's a good start. Its fresh, clean interface puts your events front and center with color-coded appointments and locations, and best of all, weather reports.
Calendar never really grabbed me on the iPhone, and for whatever reason, neither have the non-Apple scheduling and day-planning options that I've tried. But when I heard Flexibits' Fantastical was making the jump to iPhone and iPod touch, even I was intrigued. I had read so much about its much-loved Mac app that I couldn't resist the urge to try a cheaper, mobile version of the popular utility. And it's very easy to see why Fantastical is so revered.
With 34 new markets lighting up 4G LTE across the United States on Thursday and another 38 getting beefed up, Verizon Wireless now appears well ahead of its own goals, blanketing more than 75 percent of the U.S. population with fast data speeds.
As a student, I'm always looking for a quick, easy, and, more importantly, mobile way to access my schedule of class, assignments, and social life. With Pocket Schedule Free, I've found that perfect app that is both affordable and powerful.
With its incredibly easy user interface. Pocket Schedule Free makes it easy to add and manage all of your courses for each semester. You can always refer back to a previous semester's schedule and adding assignments, tests, and social events is just as simple. Simply click the plus icon in the top right hand corner and to add a class, exam, event, or task.
WWDC 2012 is less than two weeks away now, so that means Apple is finally getting all their ducks in a row with developers, today announcing not only a schedule of events (minus a bunch of stuff yet to be announced), an iOS app for the event and even a time and date for the keynote. It's sure to be an exciting event, and you can bet that MacLife.com will have all the details as things unfold. In the meantime, pull up a chair and soak in the day's tech news for Tuesday, May 29, 2012.
So big surprise, people are loving their new iPads, despite all the quibbles you’ve been reading about in the media. Today you’ll have four more reasons to love it thanks to a fresh batch of apps updated to take advantage of that slick Retina Display, which we have to admit, is hard to put down once we hold it in our hands. And there’s even more for this first Monday of April, so sit back and enjoy the ride as we zip through the news for Monday, April 2, 2012.
From AppleScript to Automator, there's pretty much nothing you can't automate on the Mac. That includes starting up and shutting down your Mac on a schedule. By implementing a schedule, you'll never need to touch your Mac's power button again. Fire up System Preferences and read on to learn how it's done.
Our pals at MacTech Magazine have just taken the wraps off their 2012 event schedule, and it’s big! How big? Let’s just say there are more events than there are months on the calendar… that kind of big! But don’t worry, the fun doesn’t kick off until the middle of February so there’s plenty of time to schedule an event near you.