Don't-Miss iOS App Stories
Now print and web designers have a Creative Cloud-compatible iPad app just for them.
Ideas aren't confined to one location, and your outlines needn't be confined to one device.
It’s a reliable and slick-looking calendar, though only truly compelling if you live within Google’s ecosystem.
We break down the strengths and weaknesses of each to help you decide which apps to use for getting work done.
Alfred is a top-notch productivity app on the Mac that makes launching apps a cinch. But Alfred Remote, its iOS counterpart? Not so much... yet.
Mail Pilot treats your inbox like a to-do list, and its intuitive controls make dealing with new tasks as easy as swipe-left, swipe-right.
You already bring your iPad in the kitchen, so why not make it work harder?
Unless your Mac is running Yosemite and your iOS devices are running iOS 8, you can't use AirDrop to share files between them. That's where Anypass comes in.
Molecules by Theodore Gray is the perfect sequel to The Elements.
And thanks to its dummy-proof editing tools, it makes sure your stories look good.
With a style and simplicity all its own, Workflow brings desktop-level automation to the iPhone and iPad.
If you're looking for a powerful spreadsheet app for iOS that makes it seamless to work between a Mac, a Windows machine, and any number of iOS or Windows Phone devices, Excel for iOS is for you.
This updated presentation tool gives Keynote a run for its money.
Microsoft's most recent update offers free editing for all, adds Dropbox integration, and now includes an app for your iPhone that you can use to create and edit documents.