From Apple Mail to Inky to Airmail – My main email client

Previously I wrote how Inky (the first email app, after the Native Apple mail app I used) had impressed me as an email client. But at some point, subscription payments started showing up and that was not something I was willing to pay for. So about a year ago I came across Airmail. A truly revolutionary mail app. The app is fresh and very simple. … Continue reading From Apple Mail to Inky to Airmail – My main email client

Boot camp – Mac’s Hidden tool

For long now, since Mac OS X Leopard that was released in October 2007 Apple has been including a tool on the MacOS operating system called “boot camp”. Boot camp allows a user to install a copy of windows on his mac, and run the Operating system whenever needed. This tool is extremely useful for students but also engineers or any people using software only … Continue reading Boot camp – Mac’s Hidden tool

Can’t Live Without It – The Apple Watch Series 1

I said I didn’t want it right?   Black Friday this year had great deals on all the new Apple watches, which made it impossible to not at least consider buying it. Do I regret it? Of course NOT. Apple Watch is the king of smart watches.  However, I thought I should re-write what I think about it a few months in. In my previous … Continue reading Can’t Live Without It – The Apple Watch Series 1

My theory about computers at home

So, what’s my theory about computers at home (and I’m referring to desktops and laptops)? You see people think that having a fancy and good computer at home is always the best and ideal way to go on, I’m not entirely sure that’s true! I don’t see why a couple or a small family with little children needs a computer at home. Most people nowadays work … Continue reading My theory about computers at home

How smart home is becoming part of my life.

So what’s a smart home? Well the answer is quite simple, it’s a house or an apartment that is controlled by smart devices. A smart home is when things like your lights, your thermostat, your heater, speakers and television are connected to the internet and can be controlled by a variety of ways or in most cases from virtually anywhere in the world. Here in … Continue reading How smart home is becoming part of my life.

Smart plugs and the iHome smart plugs

What the difference between a smart plug and a traditional timer plug? So to get things clear, smart plugs are probably the best way to enter the world of smart homes. They work with almost all devices and can help you automate a variety of things in a house. They are usually connected to your wifi network, or a dedicated hub that talks to the … Continue reading Smart plugs and the iHome smart plugs

What’s keeping me away from the Apple Watch

This is the opinion of a loyal apple fan, that just can’t justify buying the Apple Watch. After buying the iPad Pro 9.7 in late March 2016, I promised to myself that I wouldn’t be buying the iPhone 7. And honestly, after its announcement I confirmed to myself that I didn’t need it. Having a 6s plus, I couldn’t see enough reasons to make me … Continue reading What’s keeping me away from the Apple Watch