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.
Now that Reminders comes with Apple's iOS, simple to-do list managers need to offer some sort of stand-out feature. TeuxDeux comes up short.
Clipboard Cleaner is a simple utility that strips all formatting from the contents of the clipboard, either automatically or on command.
If you write in Markdown, Marked is a stellar add-on for previewing and analyzing your documents.
OmniPlan is designed to help you take in the broad view of a project while still keeping you focused on the details necessary to make sure all your resources are in place and the project is completed on time.
PopClip will appeal to both iOS fans and Mac traditionalists by making text-editing and -processing commands more accessible.