Skitch on iOS was the beloved and go to annotation tool. It was fast, simple, easy to use. But then Evernote bought it. Kept on adding unnecessary features. And then stopped development altogether. Now, from the ashes of Skitch, many great iPhone and iPad annotation tools have risen.
Best iPad Apps
Got a new iPad Air 2 or iPad mini 3? Here are some of our favorite iPad apps that’ll help you make the most of your shiny new device.
Got a new iPad Air 2 or iPad mini 3 for Christmas? Here’s our list of best games for iPad, that take full advantage of the large screen, the advanced GPU and more.
With just a few hours to go for the opening match of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil, we take a look at the best apps for iPhone and iPad so you can take the World Cup wherever you go.
Got a new iPhone or iPad for Christmas? Here are some paid apps that’ll help you make the most of your shiny new iOS device.
It’s almost Christmas, and if you’ve been gifted (or you’ve bought) a new iPhone or iPad, here’s a list of the free apps we think you must have on your device.
Drafts is one of those supremely powerful apps, like Evernote, you have to commit to trying and using for a little while before you realize how indispensable it truly is. Drafts has updated the iPhone and iPad versions of the app with new Dropbox actions (you can now access your entire Dropbox and now just one folder) and a new automations feature that makes Drafts much, much more than a place to jot notes down.
Well if you thought Temple Run was great, by all accounts Temple Run 2 is even better. I haven’t had a chance to play very much yet, but I’m going to get to it. I’m not the only one playing Temple Run 2 either. It was downloaded over 20 million times in the first four days it was out and hit the #1 spot in the Free App category in eight hours. Oh and it’s also the #3 Top Grossing App to boot. Not too shabby at all.
Readdle released the successor (update really) to ReaddleDocs for iPad as Documents. An iPad app intended to be your go-to app for viewing and editing documents on your iPad. Best of all, it’s free.