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- Clicker for Prime Video
- I’ve mentioned these “Clicker” apps as DBK Labs has been releasing them. They just put out this one for Amazon Prime, and I like it. It adds Picture-in-Picture, Touch Bar control, Quick Resume, disable auto-play trailers, skip pre-roll ads and intros, and a few other features… If you use Prime Video, this is useful enough to easily justify the $8 price tag.
- Lora fonts — serif family for text
Lora is a well-balanced contemporary serif with roots in calligraphy. It is a text typeface with moderate contrast well suited for body text. (Open Source!)
- The details of UI typography - WWDC 2020
- Speaking of typography, from Apple’s WWDC Videos:
Learn how to achieve exceptional typography in your app’s user interface that enhances legibility, accessibility, and consistency…
- Andrew Canion - Replicating Hey.com Features in Regular Email Systems
- This is very, very close to the system I’ve been using for a couple years with Sanebox, MailMate (on Mac) and Spark (on iOS). So close that now I don’t feel the need to get around to writing mine up any further… 😉1
- Welcome to AltStore
- A cool idea for sideloading iOS apps without a jailbreak or enterprise certificates. Still wrestling to get it working, but my desire to run the newly-available Clip (iOS clipboard manager) makes me willing to continue trying.
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