The Apps of WWDC 2018

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Federico and John discuss the new and updated apps announced at WWDC 2018.

Previously, on AppStories

Episode 59 – Jun 11, 2018

Our iPhone X Home Screens

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Federico and John discuss the apps on their current iPhone X Home screens.

Episode 58 – Jun 04, 2018

Imagining What iOS Could Do for Mac Apps

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Federico and John look at what Apple could do to use iOS and its large developer community to revitalize the Mac app ecosystem.

Episode 57 – May 28, 2018

Pick 2: Spark 2 and 1Password 7 for Mac

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Federico and John go in-depth on two recently-updated apps. In this installment of Pick 2, Federico covers Spark 2, which has added app integrations into the iOS version and team collaboration to the iOS and Mac versions while John covers 1Password 7 for the Mac, a significant redesign that expands the functionality and flexibility of features like Watchtower and Vaults.

Episode 56 – May 21, 2018

Controlling The Time Spent on Your iPhone

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Federico and John talk about managing time spent on smartphones, including what manufacturers like Apple and Google are doing to address the issue, what users can do, and how they deal with being on their iPhones too much.

Episode 55 – May 14, 2018

iOS System Apps Wish List

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Federico and John discuss their wishes for Apple’s iOS system apps.

Episode 54 – May 07, 2018

Pick 2: GoodNotes and Working Copy

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Federico and John pick two apps they use regularly to discuss. In this installment of Pick 2, John covers GoodNotes and how he uses it for planning and editing, and Federico explains how he and the MacStories team use Working Copy to collaborate on articles.

Episode 53 – Apr 30, 2018

In Search of Apple TV Apps

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Federico and John cover how they use the Apple TV and highlight a handful of notable Apple TV apps.

Episode 51 – Apr 16, 2018

TMI: Saving Content for Later

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Federico and John conclude their series on information overload with a discussion of how they save content for consumption later.

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