Posts Tagged “appstore”

  • A look back at 2015: My Top iOS Apps

    Continuing my very late "best of 2015" series, here are my top iOS (including Apple Watch, Apple TV, iPhone, and iPad) for last year.…

  • Taking advantage of YouTube music on Mac and iOS

    There are two new solutions, one for Mac and one for iOS, for taking advantage of the wide array of music available on YouTube.…

  • The details count with Tally 2

    I've written about Tally from Agile Tortoise before, expressing my affection for its intuitive interface and utility. Tally 2 is out today, looking great and taking advantage of new iOS 8 features.…

  • App Review Tuesdays

    *Updated: * I didn't know about it when I thought of this, but there's a relatively large initiative already started by Luc Vandal called #RateFriday. I don't care which day you choose to do your civic App Store duty, I'm just happy you're doing it.…

  • The AeroPress Timer 2 winners

    If you like your AeroPress and haven't tried out AeroPress Timer 2 on your iPhone, get the basic program for free on the App Store!…

  • The OnTop Winners

    And the winners of the OnTop giveaway are... - Artur Kraft - Patrick Essner - Andre Roque - Matthew Keating - dev - David Klem - Johan Romin - David F - Yinjie Soon - Reinier Meenhorst Thanks to everyone who entered. If you haven't yet, be sure to check out OnTop on the App Store!…

  • OnTop calendar manager for iPhone, +giveaway!

    OnTop, a new calendar and task manager app, recently came out for iPhone. It offers natural language processing for creating new tasks, iOS Reminders integration with location based reminders, native notifications and alerts, and a clever interface with gesture-based actions.…

  • The Polymo winners

    For everyone who didn't win, be sure to check out the Polymo camera app with built-in tagging on the App Store!…

  • Marked 2.3 on the Mac App Store

    Marked, my Markdown previewer and writing tool, is now available on the Mac App Store. Both the direct version and the MAS version will be discounted to $9.99 for the first week as an "upgrade" price for anyone using the Marked 1 Mac App Store version.…

  • Giveaway: Polymo for iPhone

    I recently reviewed Polymo, a new iPhone camera app, for The Unofficial Apple Weblog. It handily lets you tag photos before you start shooting, making organizing your camera roll easier than ever.…

  • Giveaway: Transloader remote downloader

    After running giveaways for Yoink and ScreenFloat from Eternal Storms, it seems only fitting that I include a third app of their's in the giveaway lineup.…

  • Giveaway: 5 codes for Yoink

    I first mentioned Yoink back in 2011, and I've run it every day since. It's a small utility that shows up when you start dragging files and gives you a convenient shelf to collect them on until you're ready to drag them out into another folder or application. It's extremely handy.…

  • The Fantastical 2 for iPad winners!

    If you missed out, you can still get the introductory price ($9.99US) on Fantastical 2 for iPad on the App Store (before it goes up to $14.99).…

  • Five more copies of Fantastical 2 for iPad!

    The Fantastical 2 for iPad giveaway has had a great response. Flexibits noticed and decided you all deserve double the chance of winning. There are now 10 copies available. Sign up for a chance at one on the giveaway post!…

  • Deckset 1.0 released

    I've gushed about the beta of this Mac app a couple of times on Systematic, and it's finally out for everyone. Deckset is the easiest way to create a slide deck, a la Keynote or Powerpoint, and present it on the big screen.…

  • Realmac's Clear goes free, round 1

    As I mentioned previously, Realmac is making an effort to "clear" up confusion surrounding multiple versions of their app Clear. They plan to make the new, consolidated version of Clear available for free for two 24-hour periods, and the first one just started.…

  • The Shoots & Leaves winners

    Thanks to everyone who entered for the Shoots & Leaves Valentine's Day Giveaway! Here are the lucky winners (who should already have recieved an email with their code): - Dave Lehman - Will Yoo - Matthias Rempe - Christi - Steph K If you didn't just get a free copy, check it out on the App Store!…

  • Realmac's solution to Clear confusion

    Realmac has been experiencing some customer confusion surrounding Clear, their popular to-do list app. The iOS version has diverged into Clear and Clear+, and they ceased updates to the original Clear while keeping it on the App Store. It upset existing customers, and confused new ones.…

  • Begin 1.5 released

    Begin 1.5 for iPhone has been released on the iTunes App Store. Begin is an iPhone app that lets you quickly gather todos and check them off or move them to "tomorrow" with simple gestures. I first mentioned Begin when it was released, and it's progressed nicely with this version bump, which boasts quite a few refinements and new features:…

  • Editorial for iPad is here

    Editorial for iPad is out, and ready to change the face of iPad writing. I'm not even going to tell you about it, since Federico Viticci has it more than covered.…

  • Marked 1.4.1 in the App Store

    Marked 1.4.1 just hit the App Store. It's not the big next version I've been promising, but I went back and cleaned up a few things that really needed fixing in 1.4.…

  • Web Excursions for March 25, 2013
  • MultiMarkdown Composer hits the App Store

    Fletcher Penney's latest project, MultiMarkdown Composer, is now available in the App Store. It provides a text editing environment with a full set of MultiMarkdown features. Unlike most of the other editors in this area, it auto-continues lists (ordered and unordered) and handles auto-pairing and wrapping. I'm working on a full review to post very soon, but I wanted to let you all know about it as soon as possible!…

  • Tunesque 1.1.2

    I reviewed Tunesque the other day, and had some nice things to say about the free App Store search utility. I thought I'd mention that they rapidly put out another update and added a few very handy features, including the system-wide hotkey I'd hoped for.…

  • A cheat sheet for App Store pricing

    > It might sound weird coming from a non-seller of apps, but I like seeing higher prices in the App Store. If the market will support higher prices, that's a really good sign that the App Store is becoming a quality marketplace, not just a snack machine. > > I use both free and paid apps that are probably worth hundreds of dollars to me based on what they do for me. Value is worth paying for, and the more profit potential the App Store offers, the better development we'll see in it.…