Don't-Miss Productivity software Stories
Leafnote isn’t quite as stark as other text editors, but it takes plenty of cues from iOS, resulting in a simple, speedy, and organized writing experience.
OmniFocus has a deep feature set that may take so getting used to, but once you're familiar with it, you'll appreciate how it handles your task list.
Bloom Built’s superb Mac app makes it easier than ever to keep a journal, thanks to smart features and a beautiful, welcoming interface.
Circus Ponies ditched the spiral binding visual and made other refinements, but Notebook is still a versatile writing program.
Recipes gives chefs of all skill levels a digital box in which they can save, consult, and find their recipes.
This app works with different word-processing formats to track the changes you made to your documents.
Read, edit, and create new files with this slick upgrade to a longtime favorite.
The first version of the Permanent was, for better and worse, unlike any other iPad spreadsheet we'd ever used. The update loses some of the quirks, but gains in utility.
Numi eschews the traditional keypad in favor of casual, text-based equations that let you see exactly what's been added and subtracted.
If you're the kind of feed subscriber who simply wants on-the-fly updates while you're plugged in (with no lingering baggage), then Monotony can provide exactly that.
This fantastic utility shows you live previews of your Markdown-, HTML-, and XML-formatted files, helping you improve the readability and appearance of your Web content.
This app give you one point for reference to track packages delivered by different carriers, including UPS, FedEx, and the USPS.
This Mac app takes your PHP, Python, and Ruby scripts and creates apps you can launch in the Finder.