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Drafts Is The App The iPad’s Dock Was Made For

Drafts Is The App The iPad’s Dock Was Made For

Even if it's not on the list, you can still send text to almost any app.

Agile Tortoise has today updated its Drafts app for the iPhone, as well as launching an all-new version for the iPad. I have been using the iPad version for a little while now and it turns out to be pretty fantastic. The iPad app has an all-new UI, and incorporates the additions to the new iPhone app. Let’s take a look:

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Back To School: Every App & Gadget You Need To Survive College [Buyer's Superguide]

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Going back to school? Then let us help.

You lucky thing. The summer’s over, or nearly over, and you’re already planning on heading back to school. Just like last year, you will begin this year fresh and full of energy and enthusiasm, only to be ground down by the man. Luckily, we’re here to help with advice on the best apps and gear to get you through the year and into next year’s summer vacation with the least effort possible.

So sit back, relax and take a look at the Cult of Mac back to school/college superguide.

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Alfred Extension Lets You Update A Text File Notepad In The Background

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This is how we did todo lists in the good old days

Another day, another cool thing you can do with Alfred. This time it’s updating a text file of your choice, without having to leave Alfred’s friendly text input window.

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Hands On: Pocket Informant Is The Most Elegant And Compelling Way To Manage Your Productivity [Macworld 2012]

Hands On: Pocket Informant Is The Most Elegant And Compelling Way To Manage Your Productivity [Macworld 2012]

As a bit of a productivity nerd, it was great to see a couple of apps that revolve around that niche having a presence at the Macworld/iWorld media preview. One of these apps was Pocket Informant, which looks both elegant and compelling. And its available for both the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. For those looking to get a little bit more productive and want a pleasurable-looking experience while doing so, this might just be the app for you.

Pocket Informant fully integrates your calendar, tasks, notes and contacts into one spot, which allows you to focus on everything you’ve got going on in a day. This is a bit of a departure from other productivity-type apps in that they tend to put the emphasis on your tasks and let everything else fade into the background. Pocket Informant keeps everything close at hand and visible so that you don’t miss out on somewhere you’ve got go, someone you need to get in touch with or something you have to do.

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Wunderkit Looks Like The Next Big Thing For Team Productivity Apps

Wunderkit Looks Like The Next Big Thing For Team Productivity Apps

The team at 6Wunderkinder is well known for Wunderlist, one of the best task manager apps for the Mac and iOS platform. Wunderlist has quickly become a favorite among the GTD (Getting Things Done) community, and it remains one of the slickest task managers with cloud sync in the App Store.

6Wunderkinder has a new project up its sleeve called Wunderkit, and it looks like a dream come true for the collaborative productivity app scene.

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EpicWin App Makes To-Do Lists Fun [Review]

EpicWin App Makes To-Do Lists Fun [Review]

We all hate chores. Whether it’s taking out the trash, washing the dishes or any other number of horrifyingly dull tasks. Game developer Rexbox aims to inject some fun into these mundane tasks with the release of EpicWin for iPhone, which turns your to-do list into a game.

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