Requirements: Live streaming uses Apple’s HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) technology. HLS requires an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with Safari on iOS 7.0 or later, a Mac with Safari 6.0.5 or later on OS X v10.8.5 or later, or a PC with Edge on Windows 10. Streaming via Apple TV requires a second- or third-generation Apple TV with software 6.2 or later. … [Read more...] about Apple’s Next iPhone Event Is September 9
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If you're looking for total control over your recipe collection, give Evernote or its food-centric spinoff Evernote Food (Web/iOS/Android) a try. Similarly, Springpad (Web/iOS/Android) takes a very visual approach to saving recipes in a virtual "recipe box," and it even organizes them for you so they're easy to search and browse. While other methods focus on building cookbooks and specifically organizing recipes, these tools work for a variety of other things as well as food, and make your data a bit more portable, available on more devices, and cost less to use. … [Read more...] about The Best Apps to Manage Your Recipe Collection
If You're Taking Notes, Organizing To-Dos, or Need/Want a Whole Ecosystem, Use Evernote Evernote is a tool that does a lot of things, and we mean a lot. That doesn't mean it does them all well, but where Evernote shines, it really shines. For example, it's an exceptional web clipping tool, and has extensive third party support in the form of browser add-ons, mobile apps (even Dolphin Browser, our favorite for Android, supports Evernote right out of the box), and third-party app support. If you're clipping items from the web to review later, or organizing documents and receipts you've scanned or downloaded, Evernote can't be beat. … [Read more...] about Should I Use Springpad or Evernote?
Bonus: Access Everything On Your Amahi Server from Anywhere If all you want is access to your Amahi HDA and all of its files and folders on the go, the Amahi iPhone and iPad apps will give you just that, for free. There's no Android app just yet, although according to a tweet from the Amahi team in December, they're beta testing it right now. Still, since most of Amahi's features are available via the Dashboard, you may not even need a specific mobile app to get access to your files and folders. You can always log in as long as you have your dynamic hostname bookmarked. Once you're logged in, click the "HDA" button at the top of the screen, or use the search bar to find what you're looking for. You'll see all of your shared files, folders, and media, and you can download or stream it to your mobile device. … [Read more...] about Turn an Old PC Into a NAS, VPN, Media Streamer, and More with Amahi
Google Docs Google Docs isn't really built to organize anything, but for many of you, it gets the job done when it comes to keeping your recipes together. Entering new recipes is as easy as starting a new document and typing it in, and saving recipes from the web is a copy/paste operation. Save them all in Collections based on dish, ingredient, source, or any other criteria you choose, and since Google Docs is a webapp, you can get to it anywhere, on any device, whether you're in the kitchen with your tablet or sitting at your desktop computer. Plus, it's completely free. … [Read more...] about Five Best Recipe Organization Tools