In my [previous post on using Day One as an Evernote Food replacement](http://www.danielh.photo/blog/2015/10/day-one-as-an-evernote-food-replacement), I mentioned that they were working on letting us add more than one photo to an entry. Day One 2 is the solution, and it’s available now.
I know people tend to get bent out of shape when forced to pay for an upgrade, myself included. But this one is worth it.
My first year in college, I majored in graphic design. This was back when using a computer to design was a privilege offered to juniors and seniors--not lowly freshman. A few years later, I was working as a graphic artist at a sign shop. Then I spent a few years designing for the web. I was pretty good at design, but not great. Still, I had a general rule--no cheating with templates, stock images, or stock photos. I was an artist, damnit, and I was only going to use my own stuff. Eventually, though, my priorities changed, and I wanted to focus more on content and less on design. That's how I ended up on SquareSpace. They handle the details so I can concentrate on the content. And that's how I eventually came around to using Canva.
Microsoft just may have something here...
Microsoft recently released Outlook for iOS. Technically, it's a rebranding of acquisition Acompli, but it's still awesome. I've only been playing with it for a day, but it's already replaced both Apple's Mail app and the Calendar app on my iPhone and iPad. It works incredibly well with Gmail; mail, calendars, and contacts all sync perfectly so far.
Looking for an even easier way to get paper into Evernote? Check out Scannable (iOS only for now.) The document camera in Evernote has been awesome for awhile. But it still requires you to open the Evernote app first. To quickly scan a document, business card, or Post-it Note and send it anywhere (including Evernote,) the … Continue reading TUESDAY TIPS: Evernote Scannable App
Why review a grocery list app?
You're probably wondering why I'm suggesting a grocery list app, and it's a fair question. The short answer is: Grocerytrip integrates with Evernote.
There's an iOS update for the official Flickr app in the App Store today. I had previously deleted the Flickr app from my phone in favor of FlickStackr because the Flickr app was abysmal. The new version of the Flickr app is pure awesome, though. Even the login screen is beautiful. Once you login, you're … Continue reading New Flickr for iOS is Full of WIN