Apps

Office² HD tracks all the changes at Macworld|iWorld 2013

While iPad software continues to get more and more sophisticated, one of the holy grail's of great tablet software continues to be great office software. Office² HD keeps getting closer with their all-in-one package for word processing, spreadsheets, and presentations. At Macworld|iWorld 2013, Stuart Prestedge of Byte² , the developers of Office² HD showed us just how far they've managed to take track changes on the iPad, and it's impressive.

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Comparing iPhone weather apps at a glance

After the Twitter for iPhone app comparison last week, my friend and Iterate podcast co-host Seth Clifford remarked that weather apps were the new hotness when it came to interface playgrounds for iOS designers. So, I jumped into the App Store, downloaded 15 popular weather apps, added Apple's built-in iOS weather app, and grabbed all their screens.

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Haze brings colorful, gesture-rich weather to your iPhone

Haze is a new weather app by the folks at Robocat and Taptanium, including developer Willi Wu and designer Michael Flarup. Not surprisingly, it's joyfully executed.

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Readdle talks Documents at Macworld|iWorld 2013

If you use an iPhone or an iPad for work, you've almost certainly heard of Readdle, and no doubt have several of their apps in your collection. From scanners to annotators, calendars to note takers, they've spent years making iOS more productive for more people.

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Kashoo shows off simple online accounting at Macworld|iWorld 2013

I'd put off procrastinating if I could, never mind far more onerous tasks like expenses, taxes, and... oh, never mind, I'll finish explaining it later. Where was I? Oh, yeah, Kashoo. A simple, online accounting service, Kashoo aims to take "out of sight, out of mind" and make it so quick, so easy, it's faster just to get it done than put it off.

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How to use your iPhone or iPad to help you eat better

February is Fitness Month at iMore and Mobile Nations, and that means our whole community is involved -- readers, listeners, viewers, and most of all, forum members. All week you've been sharing how you use your iPhone and iPad to stay in shape, and the apps and accessories you use along with it. Sure, we sweetened the deal by putting a $100 iTunes gift card up for grabs -- and we'll do it again next week -- but you guys brought serious game.

So what did you tell us?

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iMore Editors' Choice: Uber, Little Inferno, Jot mini, and more

Every week, the editors and writers at iMore carefully select some of our favorite, most useful, most extraordinary apps, accessories, gadgets, and websites. This week's selections include a stylus, a service that will make it easier than ever to call a taxi or car, an app that will tell you everything you need to know about your favorite brands by simply taking a photo of their logo, a news app that speaks to you, a fiery hot game, and a nutrition app.

To see what we picked, follow along after the break!

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Skala View and Skala Preview updated for better, faster on-device app design previewing

Bjango's Skala View for iOS and its companion app, Skala Preview for Mac, have been updated to version 1.5. New Skala View features include the ability to choose which computer to connect to, faster and better networking, tap to refresh, and a variety of other design and functionality tweaks. New Skala Preview features include only the design and performance tweaks, but both pieces of software, both at version 1.5, are required for them to work their magic.

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Dropbox for iPhone and iPad updated with new PDF-viewer, push notifications for shared folders, and more

The Dropbox app for iPhone and iPad has been updated to version 2.1, and added features include a new PDF viewer to better render your portable document files, as well as push notifications to alert you to shared folders, and the ability to sort files by date modified.

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Comparing iPad Twitter app timeline views

Earlier in the week I compared iPhone Twitter app timeline views, and since fair is fair, it seemed only right that I do the same for iPad Twitter apps. And again, Twitter's cold war with client developers notwithstanding, there's some amazing investment to be found here. Now, while the iPad doesn't enjoy the the breadth of Twitter apps, due to the larger screen there's an even better opportunity for depth. Instead of the 15 + 3 I found for the iPhone, here are 8 + 1 for the iPad.

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