So this is more an example of IMHO an obvious integration fail with Apple’s IOS products.
One of the marquee features of the Apple Watch 8 is sleep tracking. As part of setting that up, it asks you to select a go to bed and wake time and will even provide reminders for the “go to bed” part of that.
And the alerts/reminders are automatically extended to the iPhone. So why in the world do I get a message on my iPhone when I put it on the charger for the night, that “smart charging will complete at 7:00 am” when I have told my watch and health app that I start my day at 6:00 am???
For good or bad, I’m like most folks in that one of the very first things I do when I awake is check my phone.
I had no clue Evernote stopped supporting inking. Way back in the day I used it for all my creative writing, both hand written quick notes, and typed out drafts. I stopped using it when my HTC Flyer went kaput and I didn’t have a reason to use the inking anymore for awhile. I also had finished my creative writing classes and just let it slip. Years later, when I got into a writer’s group we all shared our work on Google docs, so it wasn’t until a couple years ago, when I started a personal project that I tried to use it again and found out their pricing model wasn’t going to work for my 3 devices. Really stinks the bad choices they’ve made. I loved Evernote back in the day.
Procreate doesn’t require a subscription. It’s a one time charge of $12.99 (though when I bought it it was $9.99) It’s the main reason I wonder at the subscription model. How does Procreate continue to do it with a one time price so low? I’ve gotten tons of updates in the past 3.5 years of having it for $10 and it’s far and away my most used app on my IPP. I like CSP better, but only use it for finishing pieces. Procreate is just so much faster to open up and sketch out an idea real quick.
Anyway, yeah, Adobe is my bane right now. I’m working on 2 projects that must be saved as .ai files, which is going to cost me $25 just to convert them unless I can find a better option. And, yeah, that’s a relatively small amount, but it’s annoying that I didn’t do any of the work in Illustrator, but because the company I’m sending them to requires .ai files, I have to pay Adobe JUST FOR THE FILE TYPE!
Also, side note, the reason I use OneDrive is because of their pricing model with the 1TB. It’s what gives me the most headache since I don’t want to pay for storage both with apple cloud and OneDrive, and MS has such a better deal. The things I do to save money…
I think they ALL want to get there. In fact, rumor has it that you’ll be able to bundle Apple’s pro apps for iPad with your Apple One subscription next year. Wonderful - $49.99/motht or $499 a year for all the iTunes et al you can stand…
Yeah, if I needed the family pack, I would jump all over it. I still might if we fill up our current TB of storage. Right now my wife uses Office for homeschooling, and uses the storage for backing up photos from her phone. I use a relatively small portion of storage for my artwork and my much smaller phone photo backup but have no need for Office.