Today marked a day equivalent to Christmas in the tech world: the annual Apple Event. Held at the brand new Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California, the event brought together tech reporters and enthusiasts from all over the world as the company unveiled its latest products and software updates. If you missed the live stream, don’t panic; we’ve rounded up the biggest news so you know what to keep an eye out for at Apple stores (sorry, town squares) this fall.
With the increased popularity of photo-rich social platforms like Instagram, Facebook and Snapchat, it comes as no surprise that people are taking advantage of enhancing their photos through an abundance of editing apps. With all the different platforms flooding the App Store, you may be asking yourself, which do I choose? Or maybe, you’re like us and work at a PR agency and need to share the most engaging photos on behalf of your clients. Whatever the case, we’ve rounded up the top five photo editing apps available for both iOS and Android users. So, what is the best photo editing app?
When theSkimm launched in 2012 it completely changed the world of email newsletters. From quirky introductions to hard-hitting news, every morning before I dig into my work, I enjoy reading what theSkimm sends to my inbox. When I heard the team that brought me my morning news was creating an app that’s “like your calendar ate a smart cookie,” I immediately said, “Sign me up! I love cookies!” I have now been using Skimm Ahead for a couple of weeks so my one-month free trial is just about up; will continue my subscription and pay $2.99/month?
TheSkimm has been bringing easy-to-digest news stories (and some much needed humor) to our inboxes with the Daily Skimm for a little over three years. Now, the company that made it their mission to tell us what big stories happened yesterday wants to tell us what’s happening in the future.