Date-based note taking app Agenda, which we covered in one of our recent lists of top macOS apps, is expanding to iOS devices on May 29 and can be pre-ordered now.
Unlike other note taking apps on the market, Agenda’s date-focused structure makes it ideal for project planning purposes because you can see a total picture of everything you’ve worked on and everything you need to do. There’s a timeline organizational system for keeping track of progress on a project by date, with the option to attach a date to each note, and there’s an option to link notes to your calendar.
Agenda is a date-focused note taking app for both planning and [...]
Apple recently expanded the indoor mapping feature first introduced in iOS 11 to new locations, including the Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport and indoor malls located in Dallas and Houston, Texas. The additions were noted on Apple’s Feature Availability page for iOS 11.
At launch, indoor maps were only available in a handful of airports and malls around the world, but Apple has been steadily adding additional mall and airport maps.
Indoor maps are now available in more than 35 of the largest airports in the world, while indoor mall maps are available in a select number of cities in the United States and Europe, including Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, [...]
Spotify held an event in New York City today, unveiling a new version of its free music streaming tier that introduces a few new features for those users not paying for Spotify’s $9.99/month main subscription plan.
The new free tier allows users to pick and choose which music they want to listen to on-demand, but only if the tracks appear within one of the 15 curated discovery playlists. These include Daily Mix, Discover Weekly, Release Radar, and more. Previously, free tier users were limited to shuffling songs at random.
New version of the free-tier’s mobile app. Includes new playlists to bring it closer in line to what premium [...]
After first launching the „Amazon Key“ service for users to allow delivery people to enter their home and drop off packages, Amazon today has revealed the expansion of the platform into „Amazon Key In-Car.“ Now, when Prime members in select cities checkout on Amazon, they will be able to choose an in-car delivery option.
The company says that the service is available at no extra cost for Prime members, and it is limited to certain vehicle brands: Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, Cadillac and Volvo. Users can check their vehicle’s eligibility on Amazon.com, and then download the Amazon Key iOS app [Direct Link] to complete setup.
“Since launching [...]