iPad

Mynd Calendar Premium: This App Knows Your Schedule Better Than You Do

Mynd’s smart calendar app for iOS just got a hefty new update today. The free version adds some smart features like integration with your Contact list and LinkedIn, but it’s the paid Premium upgrade that gets a major boost: it acts like a digital assistant, learning how you spend your day to predict what your future calendar looks like.


Facebook Messenger Finally Comes To The iPad

It’s taken its time getting it out to us, but Facebook has finally pulled its socks up and pushed out a universal build of its Messenger app for iOS devices. iPad users can now chat and send silly stickers to their pals just like they can on an iPhone.


Adobe Creative Cloud 2014: Australian Hands On, Pricing And Info

Adobe’s Creative Cloud suite of design, photography and other software has had a massive overhaul overnight. 14 updated desktop apps, three new and unique iPad apps, and for the first time ever some hardware — an interactive ruler and pressure-sensitive artist’s pen — combine to create a pretty compelling reason to ditch the old software and move into the cloud.


Ink And Slide: Hands On With Adobe's New iPad Drawing Tools

Last year, Adobe took its first foray into the hardware world with two cutely named digital drawing devices, projects Mighty and Napoleon. The software giant is now ready to launch the fully formed duo under new monikers. Meet Ink and Slide. They’re (mostly) pretty great.


Photoshop Mix: Desktop-Lite Photo Editing Lands On The iPad

Adobe has released three new iPad-only creative apps today. There are two drafting and sketching apps that are partnered with some neat hardware, and a robust photo editing app called Photoshop Mix, which borrows some of the tools and workflow from its desktop big brother.


iOS 8 Will Make Drawing On Your Devices Way More Intuitive

Perfecting your artistic technique using a stylus is about to get a whole lot more refined. With the introduction of iOS 8, your screen will be sensitive to the relative width of whatever’s running across its surface. That’s great news for folks who prefer Paper and other drawing apps to, well, paper.


A Carabiner Charging Cable Is Always Where You Last Clipped It

There’s a new weapon in the war on lost — or escaped — charging cables. Nomad Goods, who’ve already come up with a clever way to keep a charging cable on you at all times, has just revealed its new NomadClip which is, in a way, like a handcuff preventing your Lightning or microUSB charging cable from going missing.


iPad Split-Screen Multitasking Might Work Like This

Ahead of iOS 8′s launch, there were tantalising rumours that the iPad would get split-screen multitasking. They were roundly ignored by Apple, but developers have found code that hints at its presence — and here’s how it might work.


Apple Killing The Headphone Jack Would Be Bad For Everyone, Including Apple

Your next iPhone might not be bundled with those glossy white earbuds you’re used to. In fact, it might not even work with those earbuds, or any other headphones you own. Apparently, Apple might be getting rid of the little headphone jack altogether.


An iPad-Controlled Drum Machine That Plays Whatever You Have

If you’ve ever realised how much potential a box of dry pasta has as a shakeable instrument, you’ll immediately understand why Lorenzo Bravi’s Hit the Beat drum machine is so wonderful. Because, whatever you have on hand, from dry beans to bottle camps, suddenly becomes a real-life drum sample.