VoodooPad, a desktop program that lets users create personal wikis, has made its debut as an application for the iPhone and iPad.
Readdle has released an update for ReaddleDocs for iPad, adding two-way sync with Dropbox and iDisk, as well as support for iOS 4.2's AirPrint and background transfer abilities.
The "digital brain" for your Mac, iPhone, iPad, and PC gets two much-requested and Mac-first features in a major new release: in-app notebook sharing and Stacks for organizing notebooks into folders.
A new version of the 2Do task manager allows the app to sync directly with MobileMe, no helper Mac app required. Improvements to other areas of sync and multitasking make this a handy update.
Now that iOS 4.2 is out, we're lauding its many great features, but it's also time to take a look at its biggest omissions.
Gridiron Flow 2.0 Essentials is an update of a highly praised project tracking system for Windows and Mac. The latest version emphasizes collaboration among far-flung team members.
Mac developer Ecamm Network has released Printopia, a system preference pane that enables AirPrint printing to Mac-shared printers, along with some other nifty features.
Apple moved MobileMe Calendar out of beta last week, but after working with the software, Ted Landau thinks that might have been premature. He shares some tips from Apple before detailing his own experience with cloud-based calendaring.
Although the basic methods for syncing your data with MobileMe and Google are effective for most people, they aren’t the only means of keeping your data in sync between devices. Joe Kissel looks at a sampling of some of the other syncing products and services.
MobileMe and Google offer similar capabilities, but which one is better? While there’s no single answer that’s right for everyone, Joe Kissel offers several factors to keep in mind when making your decision.