Don't-Miss Business Stories
This iPad app for sketching out ideas and jotting down notes is certainly functional. But there are some minor user interface issues, and the app really doesn't stand out from similar offerings in the App Store.
As a blogging tool, TypePad might appeal to almost anybody. But it likely has the most to offer users who take blogging seriously as a venue for personal publishing, as a means to promote businesses, or even as a way to make money.
The DiskStation DS701+ is an network-attached storage device that's full of features and easy to use.
Yep 2 is like iTunes for documents
Organize your home inventory.
PreMinder is a calendar program that offers more customization features than iCal.
The Mercury Extreme Pro RE SSD offers eye-popping speed, as well as the peace of mind of consistent performance over time and a five-year limited warranty.
This task manager, while a little unpolished in some areas, is easy to use and a worthwhile option if you're looking to get organized.
Soulver aims to change the way you make the calculations themselves.
This clever mind-mapping, brainstorming, and idea-collection app for the iPad has a few notable limitations. But Popplet's attractive interface and ease of use make it hard to resist.
LastPass syncs browser passwords across platforms.
We take a look at three remote SSH clients that run on your iPhone (and in one case, your iPad). Each has their limitations, but two of the three apps we looked at have noteworthy strengths.
The iPad version of this task manager is painfully well thought-out and implemented, and enough of a delight to use that you'll remember to keep checking in to make sure you're genuinely getting your stuff done.
Home Inventory offers a place to list your possessions.
This free program simplifies host file editing.