URL2PDF for iPhone and iPad lets you easily take any web page and turn it into a well laid out PDF complete with clickable links. You can then print, email, or share the created PDF with one of the many supported third party apps including Evernote, Dropbox, Droplr, and more.
If you own a small business or happen to be a consultant or contractor, you've probably come across the hurdle of deciding whether or not accounting and inventory software are completely necessary. Exigo for iPad is a good option for those that just need numbers to turn over to their account and invoices and estimates to give to their clients without the headache and expense of extensive programs that never get fully utilized.
We took a look at Agenda Calendar for iPhone and iPad back when they were first released and this time, the guys over at Savvy Apps are back with Agenda Calendar 4. This time around they've managed to make a great app even better by cutting unnecessary UI items and adding easy to use gestures.
I've had some time over the past few weeks to use the iPhone version of Agenda Calendar 4 and I have to say that I've come away more delighted than I was with the original version, which was also quite good.
Any.Do has just released their Cal app and it doesn't disappoint. WIth a great interface that's very on par with what we'll see in iOS 7 bundled with the ability to handle reminders through using Any.Do's existing reminders app, it's a great solution for anyone already using Any.Do for task management.
Task for iPhone and iPad was recently updated to version 2.0. For those who enjoy Clear either for iOS or Mac, Task is very similar but uses a little bit different of an organization scheme. Instead of hierarchies and levels like Clear, Task takes a simpler approach and just organizes reminders by date. Didn't finish one? That's okay, Task can automatically just move it to tomorrow for you.
Let's face it, no one really likes creating and updating their resume. Unfortunately, it's a task we all must face at one time or another. Resume Designer for iPhone and iPad takes some of the pain out of writing resumes by letting you create, edit, and send them without ever having to touch a desktop computer or an application such as Pages or Microsoft Word.
The popular task management app Wunderlist has been updated recently to support pro subscriptions. While the basic version of Wunderlist gives you free sync across devices, the pro version will let you create an unlimited amount of subtasks, assign tasks with other users for better collaboration, and more.
Are you a procrastinator who tries time and time again to make use of an elaborate "get things done" system in order to bring some organization into your life to only put off using said system? Then Do it (Tomorrow) for iPhone is for you! Do it (Tomorrow) is simply two lists, Today and Tomorrow, with the ability to move tasks between lists with just one quick tap.
Clear, the beautiful, gesture-ridden list-keeper for iPhone, has been updated with the ability to share lists via email. Instead of just a text based email, Clear also includes an attachment that allows recipients to open the list with the Clear app.
Thinglist isn't your everyday task list or reminders app. Actually, it's neither of those things. At its core, Thinglist really functions as a way for you to jot down ideas and things to remember that aren't so time pressing.
How about that time that you wanted to watch a movie your friend told you about but now can't remember the title? These are the types of uses Thinglist for iPhone is perfect for.