Poet's Pad, by Dante Varnado Moore, is an iPad app designed to let poets write, arrange, and store all of their creative writings and poetry concepts, while offering a few tools to help provide inspiration.
Both the iPhone and iPad versions of this app offer good word processing and spreadsheet capabilities that really shine because of a link to cloud-based storage services. The iPad version of Office2 thrives on that device's larger screen, while the iPhone offering feels a little cramped.
Make a robust daily journal.
Synium Software has released Chronories, a program that streamlines and automates daily entries for you.
PhatWare has released WritePad 4 for iPad. The handwriting recognition app now includes a better input method, improved handwriting recognition, and support for an external keyboard and mouse.
MOApp on Thursday launched myTumblr, a Mac OS X Tumblr client.
Version 3.0 of Red Sweater Software's blog-editing software adds a handful of new features, such as rich-text editing, syntax coloring, and integration with iPhoto, Aperture, and Lightroom.
Final Draft plans to release an iPad application of its popular screenwriting software in the near future. The company has a signup form available to receive more information and to become a potential beta tester for the software.
Remember iWork.com? On Wednesday, Apple revived the program after a year, adding new public sharing options, a revised and improved Shared Documents page, and support for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch.
For a limited time, MacHeist is offering a bundle of seven apps for $20, and the Mac Sale has ten apps for $50.