This new note-taking and task management tool offers several unique features that may appeal to productivity-minded iPad owners. The app may not quite measure up to a more mature rival like Evernote at this point, but Brian Beam thinks Projectbook is off to a good start.
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The popular task-management app Things received a long-awaited update, adding cloud sync and a number of new features.
Dropzone lets you quickly perform custom actions on files that you drag into either its menubar icon or onto its pop-out Circles.
Launched on the App Store Wednesday, Projectbook lets you take notes and turn the information stored in the app into to-dos and tasks. The new release works on the iPad 2 and third-generation iPad but Mac and iPhone versions are in the works.
Tagit lets you add metadata tags to files for easy searching, either through Tagit itself or other apps that are compatible with the OpenMeta tagging standard.
Boxcar -- rumored as dead in the water mere weeks ago -- on Thursday announced it had been acquired by Kwaga.
With files, you may want to look at changes in source code, HTML code, or other data. VisualDiffer will spot these differences for you.
PhotoSweeper aims to help trim down your photo library by analyzing your photos and finding duplicate and similar images.
When we need to stay on task, these are the iPhone to-do managers we turn to.