Don't-Miss Productivity Stories
Good news: Microsoft finally released an iPhone app for Office. Bad news: It's not the kind of app we were hoping for.
Knock their socks off and seal the deal with presentation tools that give you new takes on the same old slides—from eye-catching imagery to data visualization that goes way, way beyond the pie chart.
Airmail’s appealing interface can’t entirely conceal this lightweight email client’s shortcomings.
Building upon the already excellent Together 2, the new revision adds some compelling capabilities.
LibreOffice is a competitive alternative to Microsoft Office that is extensible, highly compatible, highly configurable, and free.
Snip away the unwanted parts of your PDFs with Briss. It's free, portable, and open-source.
If you're looking for a real alternative to Quicken on your iPad, try iBank for iPad.
This utility lets you use keyboard shortcuts to place frequently-used text snippets into your documents.
Springpad makes it easy to save, share, and organize your digital information. This free service lets you "spring" information from the Web, photos, notes, and more, and organize it into notebooks that you can share if you'd like.
TopXNotes is an app for serious note takers, with an impressive array of features that provide an excellent user experience.
If you're already using Google Drive at work, there's no need to turn to PowerPoint. This free Chrome app lets you and your colleagues craft presentations together (without saving over each other's work).
Yarny is a cloud-based writing environment that helps reach your writing goals with useful organization tools, a distraction-free editor, and various publishing options.