By now you should be running iOS 8 on your iPhone and iPad. This update introduces a lot of new features to the mobile operating system with fastest adoption rate in history. Today I’m going to share some of my favorite iOS 8 features — excluding the extensions I’ve talked about before.
Assigning shortcuts to macros can be a problem when there is too many conflicting keys between macros and other apps. You can use Keyboard Maestro Trigger macro by name action to avoid this problem, but I prefer integrating macros into Alfred.
App extension is the greatest feature in iOS 8. It gives you the ability to edit photos with third-party photos editing apps within Photos app. It lets you edit the files in other storage providers without importing the files. It improves the Notification Center with widgets. It changes the way you use iPhone and iPad.
Magic Launch is one of my favorite System Preferences pane along with Hazel, FunctionFlip, and SmoothMouse in my recommended apps page. Few days ago I mentioned Magic Launch again in one of my tweet. After these mentions, I want to briefly review Magic Launch and show you what you can do with this utility.