Twitter and Facebook have been built into the iPhone and iPad for a while, but thanks to sharing extensions in iOS 8, you can now quickly and easily send your photos, videos, comments, and other content to any social network or online service you use, from any app you happen to be using. All you have to do is install and enable the share extension, tap the share button, and choose the extension you want to use. Best of all, share extensions have already been implemented by a bunch of great apps. Here are some of our favorites!
Despite releasing an update just yesterday that saw its Notification Center widget removed, Drafts has updated to version 4.0.6 today with the widget restored. Apple had previously requested that the widget be removed or changed due to button behavior, but the buttons are back with this update.
The developer behind Drafts, a popular time-shifting text app, was told by the App Store review team that he needed to remove their Today view widget from iOS's Notification Center due to the behavior of its buttons. It's one of a growing number of post-review rejections for Notification Center widgets that began with PCalc. Though Apple later reversed its PCalc decision, the company has continued to reexamine other widgets. So, what's going on... and why?
Looking for the best iPad apps for text editing? iPads are quickly replacing laptops as the tool of choice for highly mobile businesspeople, reporters, students, and casual users alike. Not only is an iPad much easier to carry around than a laptop, there are lots of apps specifically tailored for writers of all kinds. If you're interested in the best text editing apps for turning those thoughts into letters, essays, reports, articles, novels, and more, these are the App Store apps you want!
Both the iPhone and iPad versions of popular text editor Drafts have been updated this morning, adding support for the new TextExpander sharing method. Because the new way that TextExpander shares snippets with apps on iOS, Drafts' list of your snippets will need to be refreshed manually whenever you make changes in TextExpander.
Drafts, one of the more popular text editor apps for both iPhone and iPad, upgraded to version 3.5 which brings with it Dropbox import, Google+ sharing, and a few other new features. Most notably, it's not only been updated with support for iOS 7, it's gone all in and became iOS 7 only.
The popular note-taking app Drafts by Agile Tortoise that is known for its simple and fast entry method has gone 4.0 and brings with it many great new features, including better management, more actions, and integration with Reminders.