3 picks for April 19, 2013
I've been a Downcast user for a couple of years now–it's the podcatcher app I never knew I needed. Easily subscribe to and sort your favorite podcasts. My favorite feature is the ability to create playlists. Great for anyone with a commute.
Downloaded it a few weeks ago, but have only just begun digging into what makes it a substantial upgrade to version 1. There are little things, like making the preferences manager a standalone app. And then there's the slick new workflow system, and gems like Forecast and fast user switching and battery info.
Started it last fall but got sidelined. Finally getting back into it and love it. A great next book for anyone who's read Russ Olsen's Eloquent Ruby and/or who wants to tackle object-oriented design from a Ruby frame of mind.. Questions or comments? Let me know what you think.