LightPaper [Android – $1.99] is an impressive Markdown editor for Android devices. It can save files locally or online at Dropbox and supports Bluetooth keyboards.
Are you a list maker? Me too. It’s gotten even worse since I discovered Wunderlist. This amazing platform allows me to indulge in my list fixation in ways I never though possible.
Wunderlist supports Windows and Mac desktops as well as iOS, Android and Windows mobile devices. There’s a web-based version too. It costs nothing to get started, but upgrading to a premium account ($4.99/mo) adds some…
I’m finding Tumblr more fascinating every day. Think of it as a sort of long-form Twitter only you’re following blogs (and hashtag conversations) and reblogging posts. The iOS app update makes it even easier.
Tumblr has revamped its Android app and cranked up social discovery for iOS in the first updates that its mobile apps have gotten since the company was acquired by Yahoo in a $1.1 billion deal that closed last month.
Tumblr for iOS has “a brand new discovery experience” to help users find new content from their device more easily. The app’s search tab now includes trending hashtags and blogs to demonstrate what’s popular across the network at any given time. Users can look for blogs and tags from the search tab; the app will also serve up recommended blogs based on searched tags.
Updates include “better photo tools, filters, stickers and more”. Details and pictures at The Next Web.