Don't-Miss Productivity Software Stories
If you use Ulysses on the Mac, you'll like the iPad version--until it's time to sync your files.
Any.do offers a few more organizational features than Apple's Reminders. It could be your new way of keeping a to-do list.
BusyMac's new contacts manager can keep you up to date on the doings of your contacts, but you need BusyCal to make the most of it.
Acrobat and the new Document Cloud service go far beyond what other PDF utilities do, but you now have to pay a subscription for the best features.
The overhaul of Fantastical brings it in parity with its iOS version and beyond.
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.
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.
We haven't seen any other document management app that matches the features, intelligence, or capabilities of DocMoto.
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.