MacVoices #19236: Gregorio Zanon on iMazing, iTunes Replacements, and Backing Up Your iPhone

Gregorio Zanon of DigiDNA discusses some of the changes to iPhone and iPad data management that have occurred in macOS and iOS 13, and how their product, iMazing, can help fill in the gaps. Greg explains how Apple’s binary approach to syncing is improved upon by iMazing, what you can out of your device that Apple won’t let you, and the features that their customers are using most.

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MacVoices #19235: Jason Snell Takes Control of Apple’s Photos App for Mac, iPhone, and iPad

Jason Snell helps you get the most out of Apple’s stock photo apps in the new edition of Take Control of Photos. In this discussion, Jason dives into the power of machine learning, what you can and can’t achieve with Photos on which devices, and names a supplemental app that helps fill in some desirable features. He helps clarify the syncing picture using Apple’s services, talks about the updates to the Photos app on both the desktop and mobile versions, and much more.

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MacVoices #19234 – Jeff Carlson Takes Control of Your Digital Photos Again

Jeff Carlson has updated Take Control of Your Digital Photos, a topic that continues to evolve as the devices are updated and the players change. Jeff covers sharing vs. backups, what his pick is for the best photo editing app, and the issue of machine learning when it comes to photo organization. The discussion also covers the privacy aspects of storing and sharing your photos online, and some new options for helping get the photos that live on all those drives and devices organized.

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MacVoices #19233: Self-Taught Developer Luke Bissell On His First App and Learning The Ropes

Luke Bissell is a new developer with his first app in the App Store. He joins us to talk about his experience learning iOS development, how he got the idea for and implemented it for Breakdown: Rugby Stats, and why he opted for a subscription model.

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MacVoices #19232: Update – October 2019

In the October Update, Chuck clarifies the way Patreon works, covers some upcoming changes to the feeds and the Dispatch, and goes through the monthly Support Report.