Don't-Miss Productivity Software Stories
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.
If TextExpander’s subscription service rubs you the wrong way, you have several options that you can buy—and one that’s free.
Prose. delivers a social platform for the creation and consumption of literature in a completely censorship-free environment.
TextExpander moves from paid apps to a subscription ecosystem with identical apps and an immature Web interface.
A major update to Fantastical 2 refines rough edges, extends invitations, adds features like printing, and improves time-zone management.
A full-featured grocery shopping list and recipe organizer for iOS with lightning-fast cloud sync and cross-platform support.
The new version loses some of its predecessor’s gorgeous simplicity, but compensates with powerful and useful new features.
Everything that makes Ulysses great on the Mac is concentrated in the exquisite iPhone version.
An online platform for creating, using, and sharing small relational databases.
On its own merits, Numbers is well done and should meet the needs of nearly any iOS spreadsheet user.
The latest version sees the return of missing features, along with improved large-data-set performance and useful new charting tools.
Quicken continues to be an easy-to-use finance app, but it's tougher for it to stand out amongst its competitors.
Mailbox broke my heart, but N1 has taught me how to love an email client again.
Fans of CloudMagic for iOS will fawn over this "distraction-free" Mac app, even if it lacks a key feature of the mobile version.