Lots of reviews, how-to advice, and the latest Apple news from the past week -- all presented in haiku form.
Apple and Google have made headlines in the last week with their mobile releases. We take a closer look at the Podcasts and Chrome apps for iOS.
People new to podcasting will find this podcast manager from Apple useful and relatively easy to operate. But with its occasionally quirky interface and lack of features such as iTunes and subscription syncing, Podcasts is only a modestly capable first step.
In Asia, the iTunes Store is maneuvering and muscling for rank; Google+ for tablets is pouring through the turns; and one Twitter user points out that Apple is still thinking of the classic designer for whom it still burns.
Apple on Tuesday released a new Podcasts app for iOS devices, centralizing podcast playback, discovery, and subscription into one location.
Another iAd executive has been spotted leaving Apple, a tip shows you how to get the very most out of your Retina MacBook Pro, and iOS 6 could put podcasting front and center.
Joel Mathis is on the lookout for a great third-party podcast manager for his iOS devices. His criteria: It works on multiple devices, it takes advantage of AirPlay, and it delivers more than just podcast playback. And the winner is...
Would you like to see a Macworld Insider-only podcast from Macworld? Let us know what kind you'd be interested in.
Using iTunes to manage and play back your podcasts just not cutting it any more? These third-party apps offer a more direct approach for downloading and listening to podcasts.
Ambrosia Software on Friday released an iPad edition of Soundboard, its sound-effects utility for podcasters, broadcasters, and other live performers.