Get organizedThis week's roundup of cool new (and updated) iOS apps includes at least three different ways to set your calendar and track your progress. If you aren't organized after today, it's not our fault.Cal ListSome of us don\u2019t want fancy calendars. We just want an agenda\u2014a straightforward list of what we\u2019re doing, where, and when. Cal List, a free offering for iPhone and iPad, offers just that: Your calendar, displayed as a list of upcoming events. Birthdays and holidays can be viewed as separate lists, and you can email or text a list to a friend.DistillerThis free iOS app started life as a comprehensive guide to the best whiskeys available. Now? Now you can make friends with other whiskey lovers. This week\u2019s update introduces \u201cDistiller Community,\u201d letting you share and read notes on specific whiskeys with other fans. Plus, you can share with others the top items on your shelf, as well as your wish list for missing bottles. It\u2019s like Facebook, only with, you know, better alcohol.FoursquareYes, Foursquare still exists. Nope, you don\u2019t see people \u201cchecking in\u201d as the \u201cmayor\u201d of their favorite bar anymore. Version 8.0 of the free iPhone app launched this week, making the service look a lot more like Yelp. The overhaul is focused on guiding you to restaurants and caf\u00e9s that match your personal tastes, and providing \u201cinsider tips\u201d to order the best thing on the menu.Jillian Michaels Slim-DownVersion 6.0 of Jillian Michaels Slim-Down for iPhone and iPad hit the App Store this week. Updated features include a full day of circuit training and menu planning for free; a step-by-step video walkthrough of the circuit-training routine; and the capability to have circuits (and calories burned) automatically entered into your fitness journal once you\u2019ve finished exercising. There are a lot of in-app-purchase possibilities, starting at $1 for a run tracker.PlexThe $5 Plex app lets you store media\u2014music, videos, etc.\u2014on any device and stream it to the other devices you own. This week\u2019s update lets you make playlists of your favorite songs or videos, but there are also some unexpected changes: AirPlay is no longer listed in the in-app player list \u201cdue to reported issues.\u201d Some issues with Chromecast, on the other hand, have been resolved.Push for PizzaThis iPhone app just may be the greatest app ever made: You push a button, and a pizza comes to your house. That\u2019s it. (Pause.) Okay, that\u2019s not quite it: You need to have entered your favorite pizza and restaurant\u2014one that can handle online orders\u2014and previously provided your credit-card information before the app. But after that: Push button. Get pizza. Suddenly, we\u2019re okay with the future not having the jet packs we were promised.TimefulTimeful, a free iPhone app, is a bit like Fantastical meets Google Now: It combines your to-do list and calendar in one view; it also learns from your actions and offers guidance about the best times to accomplish certain tasks and develop good habits.WunderlistThis popular organization app for iPhone and iPad was updated to version 3.0 with 60 improvements, including an overhauled design, \u201creal-time sync\u201d to automatically update your lists, easier collaboration options, and free comments so that collaborators can communicate, well, for free.Others of noteYahoo Mail has added filtering options\u2026 The Magazine Version 2.0 launched with design and usage updates\u2026 Runtastic Me offers step tracking and a host of fitness-measuring options.