The best app for writing notes by hand, especially on iPad.
Yonks (British slang for “a long time” 🇬🇧) helps you to keep track of past and future dates/notable milestones that are important to you.
Like a podcast app, but for newsletters.
Find happiness by contemplating your mortality.
Now with fully customizable metric display, heart rate and elevation graphs, “Now Playing” integration, workout maps, and support for the new Series 4 complications.
A unique analog look with every tap.
Featuring an improved “Now Playing” screen, better standalone playback on Apple Watch, Siri Shortcuts support, and more
Rebuilt from the ground up, this is one of the biggest overhauls in Dark Sky’s six-year history.
Lets kids create and share their very own animated short films.
Using Fluid, you can turn web apps into “desktop apps” with their own icon for your macOS dock.
If you want to add watermarks to your images, check out PhotoBulk.
A well deserved win, and a close call at that.
Takes the thinking out of, “What’s for dinner?”
If you use Gmail in the web, check out MailPlane 3 for a native macOS experience.
An upcoming writing app that acts as a fast, single-page scratchpad for your thoughts.
The iPhone and iPad have long been praised for their accessibility technology. While a lot of features are built right into iOS, another app is taking this one step further. Voice Dream Reader is an incredible app that I’ve followed for a long time. It allows you to do text-to-speech from countless sources. PDF, Plain text, Word, PowerPoint, RTF, and Google Docs.…