Don't-Miss Productivity software Stories
We all know Evernote is great for keeping track of notes and tasks, but it can be used for so much more than that.
Delve has leaped beyond curating documents to curating everything about you and your job. There's even a blog and mobile apps.
The best writing apps know what to leave behind when switching from a 21-inch-screen to a 9.7-inch one, and they do it without trampling over any of our individual writing styles and preferences.
Version 10 of the popular to-do list app packs a slew of free features into a clean new package.
Acrobat DC promises to ease our daily bureaucracy of forms with features for converting paper documents, and (through the Document Cloud service) signing and tracking electronic ones.
A free preview is available to try, and surprise, it provides a seamless experience with Office on other platforms.
Zuru analyzes your notes and turns them into a slide-based presentation on Haiku Deck’s platform, so you'll never have to use PowerPoint again.
Put your John Hancock on that PDF.
If you've got a stylus and an iPad, OneNote will now let you jot down notes or make a sketch in Microsoft's popular note-taking app.
Microsoft opens Office to any cloud storage service that wants in, though the execution's half-baked.
Now that anyone can create an iCloud account, the doors to Apple's online iWork suite are wide open.
Apple's own Fonts window has a lot of semi-hidden features, but PopChar 7 offers even more font finesse.
This week's roundup brings you apps for all kinds of activities—spooky sci-fi games, staying in touch with the outside world, and getting into shape.