Wunderkit, a collaborative getting-things-done web-based application for Mac and iOS, has emerged from beta testing and is available to the public.
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Project managers rejoice! The Omni Group has announced a full-featured iPad version of its project management software.
FileThis hopes to make the paperless office more of a reality with FileThis Fetch, a new online service that helps gather and organize your financial statements.
Appigo has relaunched its Notebook iOS app, expanding it from an iPhone-only offering into an app that also works on the iPad and can sync its documents among multiple other devices.
Smile Software has introduced an iPad version of its PDF-editing app, along with iCloud syncing of PDFpen documents for both the iPad and Mac versions.
Yoink offers a shelf for temporarily stashing files and content, making it easier to move your stuff between documents, folders, and drives.
Nuance has upgraded its new PaperPort Notes note-taking iPad app with the company's much-lauded Dragon Dictation software, making it possible for users to speak their notes and see them appear as text.
There's a lot to like about this iPad note taker, particularly its use of flags to help you organize your notes.
We asked our editors to pick the iOS apps they'd recommend to new iPhone and iPad owners. These productivity tools made the grade.