Living a paperless lifestyle; What does it mean? Why should you do that? Who is it most suited for? How to go about it (Usage/Apps and tactics)?
Some iPad owners I know are not completely sold on the idea of getting the Apple Pencil. When we have a discussion about it, they usually say that they don't need it because they are not drawing artists. This is an interesting argument that seems to be a common perception. In fact, when you search … Continue reading Apple Pencil for the Non-Artist
What's more relaxing than reading a good book and enjoying a cup of coffee while being surrounded with natural beauty? In today's fast-paced world, our minds are constantly shifting between work matters, social media, the news, and other stimulants. To live a healthier and happier life, we are in dire need to slow down, relax, … Continue reading Reading.. Electronically!
The iPad has proven to be an excellent mobile computing device for its ability to substitute most traditional computer tasks in a more mobile form. In addition, the iPad is now an excellent note taking device that works very well as your ultimate digital notebook. # Introduction Here's a thought: instead of carrying around multiple … Continue reading The Ultimate Digital Notebook
MCB's friend, Issa from Qatar, asked about how one could view and annotate two PDF files side by side on an iPad Pro. Well, I would first like to touch on the value of PDFs, especially on an iPad. PDF handling constitute an essential element of a paperless approach. You save tree leaves, and also … Continue reading Working with Two PDFs Simultaneously