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Dropover

Date: 5th May 2023

Duration: 34:16

Show ref: SCOM1253

Applications on macOS that are used daily, yet are predominantly free, are a rarity these days. So when Lee discovered Dropover, a shelf utility for the Mac, he immediately wanted to share it with you in this screencast. As well as providing an easy mechanism for dragging and dropping files, Dropover offers more functionality that is covered in detail. This includes using cloud storage to send links, setting up watched folders to automatically add files to shelves, and configure Instant Actions to quickly rename and resize files, and much more.

Tip - Xencelabs Quick Keys

Date: 2nd May 2023

Duration: 10:45

Show ref: SCOM1252

The Xencelabs Quick Keys is a hardware device designed to enhance productivity and streamline workflows. It features customizable buttons and a dial that can be programmed to execute specific commands, shortcuts, or macros in various software applications. In this tip video, Lee shares how he's able to optimize his workflow and save time while he's on location working on projects with his clients.

ChatGPT - Pt 2 & MacGPT

Date: 28th April 2023

Duration: 35:16

Show ref: SCOM1251

Following last week's introductory episode, this second screencast delves deeper into the various apps and services being built around ChatGPT. As well as subscription-based web services, Don looks at MacGPT, an excellent native Mac and iOS app that integrates fully with ChatGPT using the inexpensive pay-as-you-go API. You get to see the app in action using both spoken as well as written out prompts from Don.

Tip - Gentler Streak for Apple Watch

Date: 25th April 2023

Duration: 10:06

Show ref: SCOM1250

An alternative to the Fitness app on Apple Watch, Gentler Streak assesses your health and fitness data to recommend the workout types, duration and intensity to help you improve without overdoing it. Know when you need to rest, what to eat and stay on top of your health. In this tip Darcy gives you a tour of the app and shows you its main features and benefits.

Introduction to ChatGPT - Pt 1

Date: 21st April 2023

Duration: 28:42

Show ref: SCOM1249

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is accelerating at an unheard-of pace, with new apps and services being released and updated almost daily! It's all too easy to become swamped and not even know where to begin.

In this episode, Don starts your AI journey with an introductory look at one of the most popular AI services: ChatGPT. From creating an account to generating your own prompts and building on them, you are guided through some real-world examples to whet your appetite and give you an appreciation of the potential of this amazing technology.

Tip - New Features in iOS 16.4

Date: 18th April 2023

Duration: 09:11

Show ref: SCOM1248

Every year we cover the feature updates in iOS with an extensive video that comes out right around the new OS release date. However, as new features are added throughout the year, Lee decided to cover a few of the best additions since iOS 16 dropped in late 2022, namely Medication Tracking, as well as updates to the Home and Podcasts apps.

TickTick on iOS - Pt 2

Date: 14th April 2023

Duration: 37:16

Show ref: SCOM1247

In the second part of this two-part series, Lee dives deeper into TickTick by looking at some of its advanced features. These include managing focus with the built-in Pomodoro Timer, prioritising tasks using the Eisenhower Matrix, and developing good habits with the habit tracker included in TickTick.

Tip - Apple Music Classical

Date: 11th April 2023

Duration: 07:19

Show ref: SCOM1246

In this tip, Darcy brings you Apple's new music app, Classical, which Apple Music subscribers now have access to. This a dedicated app that focuses on how classical music is found and organised to create a better searching and listening experience. Whether you're looking for composers, conductors, or your favorite soloist or even instrument, Apple Music Classical's Browse tab makes finding (and favoriting) the exact version you want a lot easier.

one sec

Date: 7th April 2023

Duration: 29:33

Show ref: SCOM1245

Countless apps exists that aim to help you build better habits and use your phone in a healthier way. The app 'one sec' takes it a step further by putting a buffer between you and the unhealthy apps you're trying to break away from. Take a breath, think, and get shown a link to an alternative before actually being able to access apps that are causing you to be less productive. Darcy shows you how to make 'one sec' work for you.

Tip - Wallet of Satoshi

Date: 4th April 2023

Duration: 15:14

Show ref: SCOM1244

Following on from his recent series on the Lightning network, Don explores the Wallet of Satoshi Lightning wallet. This is an easy-to-use custodial wallet, ideal for beginners to BTC and sats. Download the app and start receiving and sending sats in a flash. With Don as your guide, you learn the basics of setting up and using the Wallet of Satoshi, including registering so you can back up your sats and use your wallet on multiple devices. You also get to see the sending and receiving mechanisms in real time.

TickTick on iOS - Pt 1

Date: 31st March 2023

Duration: 30:30

Show ref: SCOM1243

The market may be saturated with task management applications, however there is one that has been around for several years that is now beginning to gain some traction thanks to the number of features it offers. TickTick is a cross-platform application that doesn't just organise your tasks. It can store notes, has a built-in Pomodoro timer and even a habit tracking element that helps separate TickTick from competitors. In part one of this two-part series, Lee looks covers the basics of the application: setting up your tasks and lists, recurring tasks, as well as some light configuration options.

Tip - Daily Prompt

Date: 28th March 2023

Duration: 11:50

Show ref: SCOM1242

Daily Prompt offers a fresh take on building a creative writing habit. Instead of just sending you notifications and pestering you to write like many other apps, you’re given prompts in the form of small writing challenges or images that act as a starting point. This way you never run out of inspiration to write, and can simply focus on being creative. Darcy shows you how it all comes together in this tip.

Lightning Network Primer - Pt 2

Date: 24th March 2023

Duration: 43:04

Show ref: SCOM1241

This is the second part of a two-part series covering some real-life use cases of the Lightning Network.

"The Lightning Network" enables a global payment system that works instantaneously and for little or no cost. With this new technology and infrastructure, we finally have a working method of dealing with micropayments, which are payments of a fraction of a cent that can be sent anywhere around the globe using just the internet and a mobile device. And for the first time, we can even stream money in real time to pay for services as we use them.

In this second part, Don focuses on both trivial and world-changing examples of the Lightning Network in action.

Tip - ReplyCube for Apple Mail

Date: 21st March 2023

Duration: 07:45

Show ref: SCOM1240

Safari Extensions are extremely popular at the moment, with developers filling the App Store with a wide variety to suit your needs. Apple Mail extensions, however, are more difficult to find. ReplyCube is a solid entry in this space that allows you to create canned (template) emails and access them from the Compose window, making repetitive batch jobs a lot easier. Lee shows you how it all works in this short tip.

Lightning Network Primer - Pt 1

Date: 17th March 2023

Duration: 37:57

Show ref: SCOM1239

"The Lightning Network" is a solution to enable a global payment system that works instantaneously and for little or no cost. With this new technology and infrastructure, we finally have a working method of dealing with micropayments, which are payments of a fraction of a cent that can be sent anywhere around the globe using just the internet and a mobile device. For the first time, we can even stream money in real-time to pay for services as we use them. In the first of this two-part series, Don takes you through the background of this new technology and gives you two examples of the Lightning Network in action.

Tip - Lee's Window Management Tools

Date: 14th March 2023

Duration: 11:18

Show ref: SCOM1238

Managing windows on his Mac is something Lee knows a thing or two about. In this tip, he shares how Keyboard Maestro, Moom (two apps that they've covered previously on ScreenCastsONLINE), and his beloved Stream Deck come together to give Lee a flexible solution for managing where his windows live while he works.

Create Projects with Apple Photos

Date: 10th March 2023

Duration: 31:45

Show ref: SCOM1237

One of the ways you can save your memories is by creating physical books, calendars, and more out of your photos. In Apple Photos, you can create projects using extensions from different companies to do just that. In this tutorial, Allison uses her Mac to explain how to install these extensions from the App Store to make projects, and then takes a closer look at two of them: Mimeo Photos and Motif. For her project, she creates a photo book and walks you through the many options each service offers to make your photo book memorable.

Tip - Stage Manager on macOS

Date: 7th March 2023

Duration: 09:47

Show ref: SCOM1236

Introduced in macOS Ventura, Stage Manager has had mixed reactions amongst Mac users. While some love it, many can't quite grasp what it's trying to do. Don takes you through the basics of using Stage Manager on macOS and shares some useful tips on how to use it.

Readwise & Readwise Reader

Date: 3rd March 2023

Duration: 37:50

Show ref: SCOM1235

Read-it-Later services have been around for a long time. But few are providing any real innovation. Readwise aims to do so by offering a service that not only helps you get more out of what you read, and Readwise Reader provides a fresh take on RSS. Using his iPhone, Mike shows you how to set up both apps. He walks you through the Library and Feed options in Reader, shows you the various ways to send things to it (including YouTube videos), and how your highlights sync to Readwise automatically. This allows you to review information later and help it stick using a variety of tools.

Tip - Pocket Casts

Date: 28th February 2023

Duration: 09:43

Show ref: SCOM1234

Darcy takes you on a discovery, that of the podcast listening app Pocket Casts, an alternative to Apple's Podcasts which has been around for some time. Darcy focuses on iPhone in this video, and shows you how Pocket Casts can import an existing podcast library, and how it uses folders and filters to organize your shows for easier access. This also gives you a taste of the advanced features offered by Pocket Casts Plus, their subscription model.