The Breakroom

You have text. Lots of text. A screen full of digital stickies. Your notes app. That scribbled-on napkin tucked in your jacket pocket (you forgot about that, didn’t you?). Tot is here to help. It’s an elegant, simple way to collect and edit text across your Mac, iPhone, and iPad. Use Tot for jotting down […]

Today we’re happy to announce a new version of Triode with a brand-new feature called Track History. Track History remembers the last 100 songs you’ve played in Triode, and is easy to access on each platform: iOS: Tap Track History in the Now Playing view under the play/pause button (that’s revealed with music note icon). […]

A Factory Record

December 16, 2019

Last week was a busy one, we released 10 product updates: a record number! Rather than bombard you with bunch of posts, here’s a quick recap of all that’s new: iPulse – Our system monitoring utility got a refresh for some small issues on Catalina, mainly with the new startup disk layout. xScope – Every […]

After three years and tens of thousands of downloads, we’re pleased to announce a new version of Clicker, our popular Apple Watch app. Finally! It’s a simple app that literally just increments and decrements a counter on your wrist, but that doesn’t mean there’s no room for improvement. The most obvious change is support for […]

We just released a new version of xScope that adds compatibility for the upcoming version of macOS Catalina. You can update using the Mac App Store or with “Check for Updates…” in the xScope menubar. If you’re new to xScope, you can download a FREE trial from the product website. The most visible change on […]

We’re all excited about the changes coming in the new iPadOS. The urge to install the new shiny is strong with this one! But before you start your download, be aware that you’re likely to have problems with both Linea Sketch and Linea Go. Some early adopters have lost access to drawings and aren’t able […]

It’s clear that this year’s WWDC is going to be a doozy. We’ve written here previously with our thoughts about Dark Mode, now it’s time to talk about iOS apps coming to the Mac. Of course I’m talking about Marzipan, a technology Apple introduced with few details during last year’s Keynote. We knew that some […]

Are you one of the many people affected by a MacBook keyboard failure? If so, you now have the slightest hint of what it’s like to live with a disability. You can’t use a product like everyone else and it’s preventing you from achieving your goals. Maybe you say “screw it” and write an article […]

For many artists, Linea is a creative tool that’s just as important as Procreate and Photoshop. It makes us happy to see the app we created for our own sketches become something that so many other designers rely on. But recently we’ve been seeing that more technically inclined folks are also discovering Linea’s power. Whether […]

Dark Mode and CSS

October 25, 2018

Your browser doesn’t support video. Download to watch it in another app. The new Dark Mode in macOS Mojave provides users with a new way to customize their desktop environment. It also presents a lot of new situations where developers need to adapt content in their apps and websites. While these changes are currently limited […]