Posted by Andrew Stevens on February 18th, 2013 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
To Do list manager, Wunderlist 2, recently updated with iPad support. The developers say that the new version has increased speed, better performance, and smoother transitions between lists. You’ll also find a revamped detail view, with even more changes planned for the future.
Posted by Rob LeFebvre on November 8th, 2012 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
It’s here! The Evernote team just confirmed on their blog that Evernote 5 for iOS is ready, available, and willing to be your go-to app for all your note taking and media saving needs. There are tons of new features, layouts, views, and other tweaks that make this a fantastic update – it’s still free, and still universal, so be sure to grab it.
Our apps never stop evolving. Every few weeks, we release an update that adds something new or improves an existing feature. It’s not often that we launch a complete redesign. In fact, it happens only once every few years. That’s what we’re doing today with our huge, new Evernote 5 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
Here’s something you don’t hear about every day. Any.DO is a stylish to-do app, similar to Clear in that it’s simple, but has some more advanced features. Users add tasks to the app, and can be notified at a specific time to complete them. The app even allows users to use their built-in speech-to-text service to record their task list entries.
Maybe you have seen this kind of app before. But here’s the crazy thing: this app was originally released on Android, and has been brought to iOS and Chrome. Yes, it was in this same form – it’s still one of the better-designed apps for Android, and it is a standout on iOS. This big update for the app not only brings it to iOS along with Chrome, but it also brings synchronization to the app. By logging in with either Facebook or a proprietary account, users can sync up their to-do lists between all 3 platforms. Best part? Any.DO is free to download, a small price to pay for the diehard iOS fan who may have trouble stomaching the rare Android-to-iOS port.