Edit your code on a Mac or on-the-go using your iPad. Textastic offers all of the key code editing features not just on the Mac but on the iPad as well - this makes it the prefect editing tool for anywhere
This site was created by Jeff Maynard to review the best-in-class of a variety of apps for Apple devices (Mac, iPad, iPhone, iPod, TV, Watch).
In each category I have reviewed a number of apps (anything from two to ten) and selected the one I think is best - this is the one reviewed.
My process is simple (but comprehensive): use each app for weeks in 'normal' working and doing every day stuff. In this way I can better understand the nuances of use and don't rely on the PR stuff from the app developer.I do not review apps I am not planning to keep...
This Apple app review site does not really need a Help section. From the Home page choose the category of app you are interested in (Mac, iPadOS, iOS - iPadOS, iOS only - Mac only) and read the details of the app in which you are interested.
You can click on the link following to see screenshots or click on the brief description to see more details.
See the About tab for details of how the apps are chosen and reviewed.
The ultimate leisure guide for the River Thames (tidal and non-tidal) and the Wey Navigation
Everything you need to know for any leisure activity on the river: cruising, paddle-boarding, canoeing, kayaking, walking (the Thames path), camping, fishing and more.
Whether you have a motor yacht, narrow boat, sailing barge, paddle board, canoe, kayak or just like to stroll along the bank you will find everything you need before and during your trip.
An interactive map can be overlaid with any combination of locks, marinas, boatyards, pump-outs, fishing, slipways, pubs, camping grounds and much more.
The Journey Planner lets you pick any two of 102 locations on the Thames (or 46 on the Wey) and will calculate the sailing distance and time as well as the number of locks to transit. The route of your journey can be overlaid on the map.
River Thames Guide is available in two versions: regular which includes the maps (so is a big download) and Lite which needs an active Internet connection to use the maps.
GoodTask does not replace Reminders but wraps around it to provide a lot more functionality; GoodTask syncs (both ways) with Reminders and Calendar.
The improved UI provided by GoodTask makes Reminders so much easier to use as well as providing simpler ways to start complex tasks (such as repeated ones).
The price shown is for the Mac version; adding iOS and iPadOS costs another $9.99 (although a limited free version is also available) .
Without a doubt this is the best software to use to read your eBooks on a Mac, iPad and/or iPhone!.
To illustrate how well Yomu copes with reading on an iPhone all the screenshots are from an iPhone 12.
Unlike the Kindle app, Yomu can handle an enormous book collection and keep, not just your library contents, but every book's reading position up-to-date (thanks to iCloud).
Yomu has been developed only for the single purpose of reading eBooks and, as such, is the one-to-use and the free version provides all the basic functions; upgrade to Pro for iCloud sync and more.
Yomu can read eBooks in a variety of formats including: epub, mobi, prc, azw, cbz and pdf.
A great starting point with Enpass is it's ability to import existing password info from other apps.
Once data is imported or entered it is easy to add customised icons or let Enpass use the target site favicon; either way it is then easy to find the detail you are looking for.
Keeping password data safe is clearly a must-have in a password manager; Enpass can use Face or Touch Id on an iPhone or iPad and a long password on your Mac (after entering you can elect to open the app with a PIN).
Enpass uses your iCloud account both to sync between devices and as a backup location; no data is sent to any Enpass servers so providing maximum security for your data.
You can, of course, use Enpass to store data other than just passwords and you can set up multiple vaults (for example: one for work and one for home).
Although not tested by me, Enpass is available for Android, Linux, Windows and more.
Pixelmator Pro - more info
Designed and engineered exclusively for the Mac, Pixelmator is immediately at home despite its enormous range of options, tools and creative opportunities.
Intelligent, intuitive tools for moving, resizing, and arranging layers, make Pixelmator Pro incredibly easy to put every object in your composition exactly where you want it; smart guides are shown automatically when needed to help arrange all your graphic items.
Colour has always been a strength of the Mac and Pixelmator Pro builds on that with a collection of powerful, nondestructive colour adjustments.
At a fraction of the price of Photoshop this is not just cheaper but easier to use, more intuitive and better suited to a Mac environment.
Billed as "Leave Paper Behind' Goodnotes truly lives up to the claim.
Even your handwritten notes can be fully searched and intermingled with typed and imported text and graphics.
And with iCloud synching between all your devices (logged into the same Apple Id) you can create, read, update and enhance any of your Goodnotes documents anywhere, anytime.
A single purchase makes Goodnotes available on your iPad, iPhone and Mac; a new version of write once, read many!
Goodnotes also serves as a PDF annotator - just import the PDF and mark up as needed.
iPad users can take advantage of Goodnotes' multi window support to work on two documents or two parts of one document at the same time.