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Hi, friends! Welcome to Installer No. 16, your guide to the best and Verge-iest stuff in the world. (If you’re new here, welcome to our delightful corner of the internet, sorry about all the productivity apps, and also, you can read all the old editions at the Installer homepage.) Hope you all had a great holiday, or at least a great week with one fewer email in your inbox. This week, I’ve been testing Supernotes as a daily diary app, reading about what it takes to make an iPhone in India and whatever “gamified theater” is, unsubscribing to every brand that sent me a “Happy Holidays!” email, hunting for games to play on my new Backbone controller, watching Mike Birbiglia’s excellent The Old Man and the Pool special (and listening to his podcast, Working It Out), and ramping up my holiday movie watching in a big way. I also have for you a new truck (you know which one), some fun year-end wrap-ups, a couple of new shows to watch this weekend, a lot of ideas for making YouTube a saner place, some cool AI projects, and more. As always, the best part of Installer is your ideas and tips. What do you want to know more about? What awesome tricks do you know that everyone else should? What app should everyone be using? Tell me everything: [email protected]. And if you know someone else who might enjoy Installer, forward it to them and tell them to subscribe here. We’re a little more entertainment-heavy than usual this week because ’tis the season I suppose. But lots of fun stuff to get to. Let’s go.

The Drop

The Tesla Cybertruck. It finally launched! Ish! I have spent so many hours staring at and talking about this thing for the last four years, and I still can’t decide if I love or hate the design. Slowly but surely, it looks like we’re about to start seeing them in the wild — and until then MKBHD’s 40-minute video will have to do. Also, if you bought one… wanna road trip?

iA Writer 7. I love the way this writing app integrates ChatGPT: it detects when you’re pasting in generated content and prompts you to note what’s human and what’s AI, and it treats AI more as a “help me brainstorm and think” tool than a “just write this for me” one. Tons of clever UI, and I think exactly the right approach.

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