Facebook Fuels Ad Tracking By Nagging App Users To Instantly Log In On Safari

via Apple Juice

 35 million people run into a Facebook email and password login roadblock on iOS each day, and over half of them bounce. That’s why Facebook confirms to me that its testing a new tool that lets users login to Facebook on Safari with one tap, rather than having to type in their credentials — which most don’t. It could ease frustrations for users while boosting Facebook’s… Read More

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Your Mac’s mobile data savior.

When TripMode is ON, it prevents all your Mac apps from accessing the Internet but those that have been whitelisted by yourself. It typically stops automatic updates, online backups, Photos syncs, and various obscure apps from consuming precious data. Both uploads and downloads are blocked.

Quite why TripMode’s features aren’t baked into every OS remains a mystery. Until they are, this looks to be an essential bit of kit for anyone who tethers their Mac to a ‘phone.


Ghostnote is a new concept in note taking. A folder, a file, an application, a document in an application or even a website. Ghostnote let you attach notes to all of these and will automatically remember the context you took them. Simply click the ghost icon to add your notes and simply click it again to call it back up.


Say goodbye to boring and uninformative screen shot names. Every time you take screen shot of your Mac, Tiny will rename your screen shot into a meaningful file name. Tiny does not have a window. It lives in your Mac’s Menu Bar.

Tiny renames your screen shot based on the front most application’s window. For Safari and Chrome, Tiny even renames the screen shot with the URL and title of the active tab.