Don't-Miss Productivity Software Stories
Journaly may not be feature-packed, but it shows a lot of potential.
iOS app won’t replace Apple Notes or Evernote, but its simplicity comes in handy.
Daylife has a great look and feel, but is quite limited in its present form.
Gesture-based app smoothly integrates multiple document annotation.
Like its desktop counterpart, Scrivener has the features you need for research and writing projects.
A great app for making snippets useful in a whole lot more places.
This calendar and to-do app is an excellent way to get organized and plan your day.
MailButler delivers the features you want in the software you already use.
The OneNote and Evernote note-taking apps are both useful, but one is thoughtfully designed for use with the iPad Pro and Apple's Pencil stylus, while the other ... isn't.
Archive messages from major email clients or IMAP servers into a searchable database complete with attachments, headers, and more.
Even though Dragon Anywhere can only take dictation inside its own app, it works better than Siri, especially for long chunks of text.
FotoMagico 5 makes it easy to create gorgeous slideshows on the Mac, complete with photos, videos, music, and text using pre-built stories or ready-made story parts.
Coming soon to an Android screen near you.
iOS app need some fine-tuning, but is on the right track.
Converts real-world documents into digital equivalents synced to the cloud and securely available from all of your iOS devices.
A revision to PDFpen and PDFpen Pro adds digital signature support, audio annotation, measuring tools, and offline Word export.