I didn’t intend to do a comparison piece between the D-Link Omna and Logitech Logi Circle, but here I am, with both in my house, and I only need one. One has to go. But which is it? First: Let’s talk about my needs. I’m really only looking for something to check in on my kids… Read More D-Link Omna vs. Logitech Logi Circle: Which home security camera to keep?
There are few things as unpleasant in life as getting a headphone cable snagged on a doorknob. Or the corner of a table. Or the watch of a total stranger passing me on the sidewalk. Because the cable runs the length of my body, from the earbuds on my head to the phone in my pants pocket, it’s… Read More Turn any headphones into bluetooth wireless headphones for $20
There are a lot of podcast apps from which to choose. I’ve given the full versions of Apple’s default player, Overcast, Downcast, iCatcher!, and Pocket Casts all a try, and they all have their plusses and minuses. Here’s who I think should be using each…… Read More Which iPhone podcast app is best for you?
Speaking of podcasts, let’s say you’ve gotten a brand new podcast-playing app for your iOS or Android device. If only there were an easy way to get the new app to know what podcasts you were already subscribed to… Wait, there is! If you’ve been using a third-party podcast app like Pocket Casts, Instacast, Downcast, etc., there’s a good chance it’ll… Read More How to transfer all your podcast subscriptions from one app to another (the easy way)
I’ve been using Pocket Casts as my main podcast-listening app since the beginning of the year. (You can read my original review here.) The main advantage Pocket Casts has over Apple’s own podcast app? Greater ability to organize podcasts. For example, I like having a listview of only podcast episodes that have been both downloaded (i.e.… Read More Pocket Casts vs. Downcasts: Which is the superior podcast app?
SquareOne has only one trick up its sleeve, but it’s a good trick that it does very, very well. Is that enough to turn this Google-phobe into a Google-holic? (Spoiler alert: No, but it’s still a good app you might want to try.)… Read More App Review: SquareOne — The first third-party Gmail app I actually might keep using
In my last post, I talked about how I returned a Pebble Smartwatch because of its deficiencies as an “always-on” fitness tracking device (otherwise, it performed as promised). I had my eye on the FitBit Force — and was just about to purchase one — when I saw a friend tweet this:… Read More Review: The Misfit Shine Activity Tracker