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Money Dashboard
App to view all current account spending and accounts in one app
apps  personal-finance 
22 hours ago by cd
MilGraCom — High Sierra Media Key Enabler
Apple just released High Sierra and it brought good things and annoying things : they changed the behaviour of the media controller keys, they no longer control itunes, they control the video playback in safari. This pissed off a lot of people including me, so I just created a menu bar app to proxy media key events to iTunes/Spotify while Apple fixes this. It doesn't support touchbar yet, only physical buttons.
macOS  10.13  itunes  keyboard  menubar  apps 
23 hours ago by rgl7194
How to put your Mac's media keys in control of iTunes once again | iMore
Has macOS High Sierra put your Mac's media keys in control of Safari instead of iTunes? Here's what you can do about it.
macOS High Sierra introduced a bit of a problem for some users that rely on the media keys in the function row of their Mac's keyboard to control playback in iTunes or other media apps. The keys no longer control only these apps, but also video playback in Safari, which can prevent you from playing, pausing, or skipping through music while video is playing in Safari.
A developer, Milan Toth, has devised a solution in the form of a free utility called High Sierra Media Key Enabler. This app puts the media keys back in control of media apps like iTunes and Spotify.
Here's how you can use High Sierra Media Key Enabler to get your Mac's media keys back on track.
macOS  10.13  itunes  keyboard  menubar  apps 
23 hours ago by rgl7194
App for simple stock trading
apps  stock  trading 
23 hours ago by cd
Why is this company tracking where you are on Thanksgiving?
To do this, they tapped a company called SafeGraph that provided them with 17 trillion location markers for 10 million smartphones.
The data wasn’t just staggering in sheer quantity. It also appears to be extremely granular. Researchers “used this data to identify individuals' home locations, which they defined as the places people were most often located between the hours of 1 and 4 a.m.,” wrote The Washington Post. [....]
This means SafeGraph is looking at an individual device and tracking where its owner is going throughout their day. A common defense from companies that creepily collect massive amounts of data is that the data is only analyzed in aggregate; for example, Google’s database BigQuery, which allows organizations to upload big data sets and then query them quickly, promises that all its public data sets are “fully anonymized” and “contain no personally-identifying information.” In multiple press releases from SafeGraph’s partners, the company’s location data is referred to as “anonymized,” but in this case they seem to be interpreting the concept of anonymity quite liberally given the specificity of the data.
Most people probably don’t realize that their Thanksgiving habits could end up being scrutinized by strangers.
It’s unclear if users realize that their data is being used this way, but all signs point to no. (SafeGraph and the researchers did not immediately respond to questions.) SafeGraph gets location data from “from numerous smartphone apps,” according to the researchers.
safegraph  apps  mobile  location  tracking  surveillance  android  iphone  ios  smartphones  big-data 
yesterday by jm
Nobody Wants Your App
Lessons Launching an App in 2015
lessons-learned  apps  launch  business 
yesterday by cd
Designing for iPhone X | iMore
Sebastiaan de With, Linda Dong, Marc Edwards, and Brad Ellis talk "horns", aspect ratio, safe area, color space, OLED, HDR, and more!
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Sebastiaan de With: Twitter, Webite, Halide
Linda Dong: Twitter, Lyft
Marc Edwards: Twitter, Website, Bjango apps
Brad Ellis: Twitter, Website
Vector | Rene Ritchie: Website, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook
iphoneX  design  ui/ue  apps 
yesterday by rgl7194

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