Ulysses 22 text and Markdown editor, ever more power in your writing hands

The people who develop Ulysses have done it again: they updated, or rather upgraded, one of the very best text and markdown editors available on the Mac platform. If you ever doubted if a subscription licence can actually work out well for the user, the Ulysses subscription is proof that it can.… Read More Ulysses 22 text and Markdown editor, ever more power in your writing hands

Tot… a minimal designed, fully capable text editor from the IconFactory

According to the dictionary, a tot is a very small child or a very small shot of liquor. In the IconFactory’s dictionary, though, it’s a very small text editor. That doesn’t mean it’s under-performing. It does mean you won’t be writing the next Encyclopaedia Brittanica with it.… Read More Tot… a minimal designed, fully capable text editor from the IconFactory

Powertraveller Solar Adventurer II, cute but as powerful as Odin

Powertraveller keeps on releasing innovative power packs with a user-friendly and gorgeous design. The Solar Adventurer II is their latest power pack with integrated solar panels. It’s a small-sized 10,000mAh/37Wh battery pack with great features and a lovely, yet unobtrusive, design. I tested it and it has the typical excellent quality I’m used to from Powertraveller as it works like a charm.… Read More Powertraveller Solar Adventurer II, cute but as powerful as Odin

Review of OWC’s Envoy Express NVMe module enclosure

The OWC Envoy Express enclosure is an empty NVMe enclosure with Thunderbolt 3 port and cable. Its cable isn’t integrated as with many other such enclosures, which is one huge plus. In addition, the Envoy Express comes with a clear plastic mounting plate that you attach to any Mac’s or PC’s surface with a glue-less strip. That allows you to mount and unmount the attachment plate many times without losing any of its attachment power. It’s all quite unique and attractive.… Read More Review of OWC’s Envoy Express NVMe module enclosure

Better than a task manager or a calendar: Fantastical 3 Premium

I’ve been wondering how you can set up a scheduling system with a calendar app since I reviewed Sorted 3 a couple of weeks ago. I have Fantastical on my system from its early days, but although the upgrade to the latest version — which was free — enabled some of its Premium subscription features, not all were included and to use Fantastical as an automatic scheduling system you do need a few Premium features such as the proposed meeting time feature and custom colours. However, Premium comes with more good stuff.… Read More Better than a task manager or a calendar: Fantastical 3 Premium