iOS 7 Chaos

There was all kinds of insanity going on yesterday (iOS 7 release day). I don't yet have a review of iOS 7. It takes a while to get used to, so I'm going to use it for a few weeks, and then post a review. For now, I've compiled a list of complied list on great articles related to iOS 7 (I'm so good at this blogging thing).

Disclaimer: I haven't read all of these, but I trust the people who wrote them, and I do intend to read them when I come across them in Instapaper 6 months from now.

Designed for iOS 7 is App Store list complied by Apple. Warning: This link wants to open iTunes. Assuming you don't have 4 years of your life to devote to waiting for iTunes to open, click this link at your own risk.

iOS 7 Ready Apps is a list of tweets by Mr. Travaini on apps that are ready for iOS 7. Lot's of great stuff here.

Mr. Viticci reviewed a bunch of iOS 7 updates. Including (but not limited to) Instapaper 5, Instacast 4, OmniOutliner 2, OmniFocus 2, and Pocket Casts.

Over on Mr. Blanc's fantastic Tools & Toys is Fresh Apps for iOS 7: Our Favorite Picks for What’s New and Updated. Many more gems in there.

Mr. Blanc has also been hard at work on his own site. He has reviews for the new Simplenote apps, and OmniFocus 2 for iPhone. He also wrote a post about some design details in iOS 7.

Mr. Sparks also reviewed OmniFocus 2.

Mr. Smith wrote about updating Check the Weather for iOS 7.

A Few Thoughts on iOS 7 That Others May Not Touch Enough On and Thus Will Make Me Cranky If I Don’t Post About Them by Mr. Brooks (language warning). I agree with many of his points (including the one about the impreciseness of slide to unlock.

Then there's Mr. Gruber's review of the iPhone 5C, and 5S.

Mr. Ritchie reviewed iOS 7.

Apologies for the haphazardness nature of this post, but this is exactly how yesterday felt to me.

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