I’m giving the Flickr iOS app another try. It could do with an updated design but the Photos sync seems to be working a lot faster than the last time I tried it. My whole library is backed up now and I just need to go through every upload and delete all the memes and rubbish that I’ve accumulated over the last few years.
My latest homescreen layout. I’m on the iOS 14 public beta but I’m not using any widgets yet. I’ve removed all pages and I’m using stock apps for mail, notes, and reminders. The other apps are the ones I tend to use the most.
New post: Rebooting Indigenous for iOS, adding multiple user support to the Drupal IndieWeb module and kickstarting ActivityPub module thanks to a grant as part of @NGI4eu by the @NLnetFDN. https://realize.be/blog/indigenous-ios-indieweb-and-activitypub-drupal
I mentioned last week I had setup iOS Shortcuts to post Likes, Reposts, and Bookmarks to my website, and automatically syndicate those posts to Twitter. This solved a particular pain point in my “workflow,” where I’d share something to my website with Indigenous, but then have to go in to the ...
The IndieAuth part seems to be working but I’m only getting an empty note when I run the sharing shortcut. I can’t work out where I’m going wrong.
Both devices have been "updated" to the public beta of iOS 13. No bad side effects so far although that doesn’t mean future updates won’t completely screw things up. I think my free attitude to betas reflects the fact that I don’t rely on these devices for serious work. I’m prepared to put up with a little wonkiness while testing.
This is another one of those apps that I get excited about, buy immediately, and then hardly ever use again..
I don’t do iPhone betas usually but I’m trying the iOS 10 beta this time. It took me two attempts two get a stable working phone but all seems fine now. Scrolling and app switching feel sticky but battery life is just as decent as before. No regrets so far.