Managing the files on your Mac and sharing data between iOS devices and macOS leaves a lot to be desired. Enter Commander One, a Mac app that’s everything Finder wants to be, plus an iOS file manager, an FTP client, an archiver, a cloud-storage client and more—all rolled into one—with a double-pane interface that’s reminiscent of the legendary Norton Commander from the ’90s.
The HTML specification currently lacks support for Dark Mode detection, but you can overcome this limitation and force a darkened appearance on virtually any website you like with a little help from iOS automation and Apple’s new Shortcuts app.
The inexplicable lack of the Copy Image action in Chrome for iOS’s contextual menu has been addressed at long last. Now you can easily copy any selected website image to the system clipboard on your iPhone and iPad.
The popular calculator and unit converter has brought back the removed Apple Watch app. Now you can perform basic calculations and unit conversions, calculate tips and split bills—all right from your wrist.
Numbers don’t lie, iOS 12 is on a nice upward trajectory. Apple’s mobile operating system has gone from 63 percent of iPhones, iPads and iPod touches sold in the last four years to 72 percent of devices, representing a very impressive nine-point gain in just a little more than a month.