How to see your purchased apps in iOS


Hi remoters,

Here you have a mini “how to” see your purchased apps in iOS.

 

1.  Go to App Store  and click on it

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2. Go to updates  and click on purchased

 

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3.  If you click all you can see a whole list of apps that you bought or download.

 

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10 best RSS Readers in the Mac App Store


Hi Remoters,

¿Do you like to read the newspaper? I am sure you do that´s why today I will give you some details about the best RSS Readers in the App Store.

 

1. Caffeinated

Caffeinated is a well designed and elegant reader which has attracted very good reviews in the App Store. The layout shows each news feed organised into categories with the news displayed in the main window. Bookmarks can be created for your favourite articles, and it’s possible to share items with various social network sites such as Facebook and Twitter. Like many such applications, a Readability mode lets you view the full article in a stripped-down layout without ads.

More details: App Store Link

Caffeinated Screenshot

 


2. Fresh Feed

Fresh Feed focuses on simplicity. The application sits in the Mac’s menu bar and is updated in real time. Just click the icon to view a list of news, and on individual news stories to view in Safari. The Pro version can synchronise with Google Reader and also read out the news titles. Watch out Siri!

More details: App Store link

Fresh Feed Screenshot

 


3. Mixtab

Mixtab is an eye-catching RSS news reader that organises topics in a rather stylish way. The app uses “tabs” which in this context are simply top-level menus menus that show feed collections. You can create new tabs and organise them however you desire, as well as customise the content within and choose an overall theme from a selection of built-in templates.

Mixtab also works in Lion’s full screen mode, and is probably one of the most pleasant ways to read the news. It requires you to create an account with Mixtab, but it takes just seconds to set one up.

More details: App Store Link


4. MobileRSS

MobileRSS has been available for the iPhone and iPad since July 2011, and the Mac version has almost identical functionality. The app is simply a Google Reader client so you need to have a Google account to use it, but it synchronises perfectly and has lots of sharing options such as posting to Twitter and Instapaper. There are multiple view layouts and you can even download full articles for specified feeds to read later.

More details: App Store Link

MobileRSS Screenshot

 


5. NewsBar

NewsBar is a little unusual amongst the Mac RSS readers, because it shows the news in a semi-transparent sidebar on your desktop screen which is updated in real-time. There are dozens of useful features such as single-click to pop-up and read, or double-click to open the full story in the browser, as well as optional synchronisation with a Google Reader account, plus favourites, a customisable interface and much more.

More details: App Store Link

NewsBar Screenshot

 


6. NewsFire

NewsFire is quite old now and hasn’t been updated for some time, but it has a very functionality and uncluttered interface that contains just the most essential features. You can’t synchronise with Google Reader unfortunately, but as a very basic RSS  reader which does exactly what it says, it’s a pretty decent application.

More details: App Store link

NewsFire Screenshot

 


7. NewsRack

NewsRack uses a tabbed interface and thumbnail previews of each story (something that many readers don’t have) and just like most RSS apps, NewsRack can synchronise with your Google Reader account (but this is purely optional). It’s not the cheapest RSS reader but it has most of the key features covered. Interestingly, it can also be extended with AppleScript, so anyone that likes to tinker in such things might espeically enjoy NewsRack.

More details: App Store Link

NewsRack Screenshot

 


8. Reeder

Reeder has the honour of being many people’s favourite RSS reader and is consistently popular on the iPad, iPhone and Mac. It requires a Google Reader account to work but that’s easy enough to set up. Feeds are displayed in a list and organised in topics of your choosing such as Technology, Sport and so on, and it has all the usual options to mark feeds (or individual stories) as read, or to “star” them as favourites.

There’s plenty of sharing options in Reeder and Readability is also supported. Select an article headline and you’re taken to the original story inside the app itself, or you can view the original in Safari. A great little news reader indeed, and one that’s become deservedly popular.

More details: App Store Link

Reeder Screenshot

 


9. RSS Menu

RSS Menu it’s quite unique because it doesn’t have its own application window, but as the name suggests it uses a systemwide drop-down menu instead. This means it’s easily accessible from any screen on your Mac – even in full-screen mode. Whilst some people might prefer a more traditional windowed approach, RSS menu does its job well as a handy news reading application.

More details: App Store Link

RSS Menu Screenshot

 


10. RSS Ticker For Google Reader

RSS Ticker For Google Reader not only presents RSS news feeds and syncs with a Google Reader account, but it has a rather nice ticker that constantly scrolls feeds across the title bar in the chosen space, much like a rolling news channel. There’s also a more traditional list view layout to view each story in more detail. The usual options are present, such as being able to star favourites and showing the number of unread items in the application’s Dock icon.

I use Pulp the app but I strongly recommend each one of this apps.

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OS X 10.9 Mavericks release date, news and features


OS X 10.9 Mavericks release date, news and features

The latest version of OS X has been announced and will launched later in the year.

The release – dubbed OS X Mavericks and numbered 10.9 – brings more than 200 new features over and above those in OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion. As with Mountain Lion, there’s further integration with the company’s mobile operating system iOS.

Explaining the thinking behind the name, Apple’s Senior Vice President of Software Engineering Craig Federighi joked that the company had ran out of cat-related names, and decided to turn to “our backyard”, Apple’s home state of California, for its next round of names.

The third version of the Developer Preview of the new OS has now been made available to those in Apple’s OS X Developer programme, meaning that launch can’t be too far away. It contains bug fixes rather than anything else.

Mavericks isn’t a huge leap forward in terms of features, but it sees Apple tweaking and introducing content related apps and services such as Maps and Notifications synchronizing across all Apple devices and iBooks now coming to OS X. Also going are the irritating and outdated interface elements such as leather/paper-style backgrounds.

OS X 10.9 release date

Speaking at WWDC 2013, Federighi confirmed that Mavericks will be available in Autumn. That confirms our prior prediction. Expect the new OS to be with us in September. The web is awash with information on how devs can install Mavericks from a USB stick – so without borking your main OS X install.

New Features:

  • OS X 10.9 multi-monitor Support
  • OS X 10.9 performance
  • OS X Mavericks Finder
  • OS X Safari
  • iOS X Mavericks Maps and iBooks
  • OS X Mavericks notifications
  • iBooks and Newsstand for OS X
  • Siri for OS X
  • Maps for OS X
  •  A more usable Contacts App
  • An enhanced Finder
  • A broken-up iTunes
  • Better window Management

So don´t wait to much and buy this incredible product from the Apple Store.

By Vlad Precup