Editorial 1.2 for iOS

Editorial by Ole Moritz is one of the greatest pieces of productivity software ever written. It does a phenomenal job of being a simple app where you can focus on your writing, yet is insanely extensive to make you super productive. Nearly a year after its last update, Editorial for iOS is now at version 1.2. Editorial 1.2 brings some [...]


Due 2 for iOS

When I first used Due a few years ago, it was the greatest reminders and todo app ever for me. The app was easy to use and the auto snooze functionality that nagged you with notifications till you marked them as done was great. iOS 6 didn’t have background sync, so when iOS 7 hit, everyone including myself was curious about an update to [...]


Drafts 4 for iOS 8

Drafts by Agile Tortoise has always been an amazing app. It is more powerful than most apps that exist on any platform. When people ask me what Drafts is, I usually reply by saying it is like Launch Center Pro for text. It has been in my iPhone and iPad dock for a while now. Just when I thought Drafts was powerful enough, Greg absolutely [...]



Editorial 1.1

We all know how limited iOS can be for power users. When I say power users, I’m not talking about people who spend all their time customizing the look of their devices instead of using the actual devices. Apps like Editorial, Drafts, and Launch Center Pro give you hope. Editorial by Ole Zorn is probably the most powerful text [...]


Dispatch 2.0

Dispatch, an email app by Hon Cheng and Lin Junjie, has come a long way since it was featured in The Platter almost a year ago. When iOS 7 shipped, Dispatch was updated to support background email fetch and an all new look with some other great features. Today, Dispatch 2.0, a free update to the original app is available and it is [...]


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