Category: Apple Watch

Bear App for iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple Watch

Bear App Comes to the Apple Watch

We love Bear. This “exceptionally elegant” notes app for iPhone, iPad, and Mac has managed to make make a name for itself with its outstanding feature-set and impressive user experience. Ever since its debut late last year, the folks at Shiny Frog have released version after version filled to the brim with phenomenal improvements that make Bear a highly recommended note-taking and writing app for iOS and macOS. Today, Bear for iOS has been updated to Version 1.3 and this...

Newsify RSS Reader

At a Glance: Newsify’s New App Icon

Newsify — the beautiful RSS Reader has released Version 4.9 on the App Store this week and introduces a new App Icon, along with support for iOS 11 and watchOS 4. We first wrote about this app back in 2012 and it’s good to see this fresh new icon on the app. Newsify is available Free with Ads on the App Store. About these At a Glance posts: ‘At a Glance’ is a new type of post we’re introducing on...

Simple Currency Converter

Currency 1.6 Adds A Calculator and New Themes; Goes Freemium

Currency Converters are dime a dozen, so it is very rare to come across a currency converter app that leaves a lasting impression on you. I’ve written about quite a few currency converter apps for iOS, but one that I’ve always come back to is aptly called ‘Currency — Simple Currency Converter‘. I first discovered Currency in April 2013 and was really impressed. It was a simple currency converter that was delightful to use. Alex and Matt had polished the...

Shotsgram Dribbble App for iPhone

Shotsgram 2.0 Arrives with a Visual Overhaul and a Bunch of New Features

Shotsgram is a Dribble app for iOS and Apple Watch that we wrote about back in 2015. It was intricately crafted and offered a lovely experience when browsing Dribble. Shotsgram was one of the best Dribbble apps out there for iOS and Apple Watch. The developers LittleBigCode have today released Version 2.0 of the app that introduces a redesigned UI to the app, along with a bunch of new features and improvements. Version 2.0 introduces a visual refresh to the...

Things 3

Things 3.1 — “Let’s Put a Smile back on that Face”

When we recently reviewed Things 3 a couple of months ago, Preshit had wonderful things (see what I did there?) to say about it – from its achingly beautiful design, to spectacular transitions, and much more in between. It even went on to win the highly coveted Apple Design Award this year. Something he didn’t like about the app was the fact that it didn’t support Repeating To-Dos in projects. While all of us could, potentially, come up with a...

Day One Journal Apps

Day One Journal Shifts to a Subscription Model for ‘Premium’ Features

Day One — the popular journaling app for iOS and Mac has today announced that it will be transitioning to a subscription-based service going forward, in order to have a more stable business model for the company. This week, Day One is introducing the Day One Premium service that will cost $50 per year and will let you create more than 10 journals and give you access to additional features that the company will add to the service in the...