Saturday, 25 February 2017

New domain!

Hi everyone. You may notice I've moved from to I've got a premium domain, and thanks to all that donated and helped out!

The new domain looks better and more professional, as well as is easier to remember.

Once again, thanks to all those who donated! If you can, please consider doing so. You can check out the donations page here.
Thank you!

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The Nerdy Student is now using Disqus for comments!

I've recently added Disqus to be the commenting method on the blog. I did this for a few reasons:

  • Disqus looks better than the standard Blogger commenting. It runs smoothly, and is much easier to use.
  • Conversations flow easier on Disqus. It's quicker to post, and it's easier to reply to people.
  • Better guest posting.
  • Larger community.
I hope you enjoy the new changes - more will be coming soon!

Thanks for reading!

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TextTool 2 - Transform Your Text

TextTool is an app for iOS that is a powerful text editor with lots of options for text transformations. TextTool is somewhere you write text, edit it and then move it to another app. It’s not somewhere where text lives, but somewhere where text can be manipulated and then moved over to the app you want to save it in.

Saturday, 18 February 2017

Bear Notes - Write beautifully on iPhone, iPad, and Mac

Bear Notes is an app that uses markdown to give you a clean and beautiful writing experience on your iPad, iPhone and Mac. It uses markdown and allows you to sync your notes between devices, with a beautiful look.

Saturday, 11 February 2017

Opera Neon - The Next Generation Browser

Opera Neon is a radical reimagining of a web browser by Opera, a well known tech firm that make the Opera browser. It installs in a small package quickly and cleanly, and looks like running free circular bookmarks on your desktop, with tabs being circles to the side.

Saturday, 4 February 2017

Opener: Open Links in Apps

We all know the reality of opening links in iOS - its difficult to open links in the app that you want to open that link in, not the app that iOS wants you to open it in. For example, if you use Tweetbot instead of Twitter, there is no way to set that as the default Twitter app. If you want to open links to Twitter you find across the internet, you can only open it in Twitter. The same happens with opening YouTube links in ProTube, instead of the official app and so on.

Opener fixes this - its a handy app that allows you to open links in the apps that you want, not the apps that iOS wants you to open them in. If you find that you want to view links you find around the web in the apps that you use, Opener is for you.