Drafts is a handy application that let’s you quickly get an idea out of your head into a temporary holding spot while you determine what you want to do with it. It makes your typed in text actionable and supports export of various forms to your favorite apps. It even supports different types of rich text export. It’s a great little app and much more can be said about it than I’m allotting space for here so go check it out.
The first time I tried MyScript Calculator I thought it was magic. MyScript Calculator lets you scribble down your equation and solves your problem almost immediately after you stop writing. It’s easy to use and i have found its much faster than normal calculators. And when you see it solve for unknown variables you won’t think twice about downloading it, and did I mention it’s free?
By far the best periodic table app I the App Store, EleMints provides a clean and clear interface while providing you with a fantastic amount of information. If you have taken or use advanced chemistry, this app is a must have.
Pocket is my Read It Later platform of choice. It is universally supported on any device you can get your hands on and has become the category’s top platform for a reason. It’s easy to get content you want to save from RSS, Twitter, and other websites into Pocket and so far it’s completely free to use. It also allows you to easily share content to friends and family. It’s a service that helps me put together this site on a daily basis and allows me to share all this great content.
Shazam is probably one of my favorite utilities. I use it on an almost daily basis to identify the music around me. Simply tap the Shazam button and a few seconds later you will know exactly what song you are listening to. It’s another magical app and has changed the way I discover music. I have linked to the paid (product) red version to provide support to an excellent charity, however the app is also available in an alternate paid version which like the (red) version is ad free or a free ad supported version.