A couple of interesting updates for iOS devices recently . . . The Flickr app has some performance enhancements and a new “group card” feature that makes it easier to follow what’s going on in your favorite groups. Probably the most significant update is that you no longer need a Yahoo email address to create an account…… Continue reading Interesting Updates
It’s been so long, I’d given up hope. It looks like there really is a Scrivener for iOS in the works . . . I’ve now finished the rewrite and it’s in internal alpha-testing, which is going well – in fact, I was on holiday last week, and wrote exclusively using Scrivener on my iPad…… Continue reading Scrivener for iOS is REAL!
One of the most useful apps on my iPad and iPhone is Documents [iOS – free] from Readdle. It can be used to read documents (PDF, Office, text, etc.) as well as books (PDF and epub) but it can also be used to listen to music, watch videos and browse photographs. And, it has some…… Continue reading Documents – the Swiss Army Knife of iOS
Scanner Pro [iOS - $2.99] just received a huge update. It will now automatically find the edges of your document and generate the scan from that. It will even find documents in your Photos library. And, you can save one-tap shortcuts to the apps or cloud storage services you frequently use. Watch this video demonstration for… Continue reading Scanner Pro Update
Can’t wait to check this out . . . Dropbox continued to develop its impressive presence on iOS after the iPhone and iPad app got an update that brings swipe-based actions and the ability to share multiple images. The addition of swipe-based controls makes it even easier to share, favorite, move or delete files from…… Continue reading Dropbox for iOS gets an impressive update
Maybe the announcement of iWork in the cloud was incentive . . . At long last, an app encompassing Microsoft’s popular Office applications is available for iOS owners. via The Next Web.