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If you still use handwritten notes but like the idea of going paperless, your iPad can bridge the gap between handwritten notes and digital text.
Cataloguing your books, DVDs, games, and other media couldn’t be easier than with an iPhone and one a few good scanner and media library apps — most notably Fantastic Library and GoodReads.
If you want to start acing school exams, you’re probably going to want to start using flashcards.
There’s little reason to create grocery lists on paper or in apps like Evernote when you can shop smartly by using a dedicated shopping list manager on the iPhone.
Mac OS X comes with a powerful drive encryption tool known as FileVault, but if you’d like to hide and encrypt your private files from plain sight, an app like Hider 2 makes it easy.
If you want to reduce the number of clicks you make on your Mac, a very useful application called PopClip should probably live in your menu bar.
When I recently compared six alternative web browsers for the iPad, I didn’t know about iCab, which several readers thought should have been a part of my review. And they were absolutely right.
If you want to go beyond old school methods or limited Microsoft Word outlines and save time in the process, OmniGroup’s OmniOutliner takes creating outlines to another level.
In the age of smart phones, the best calendar apps go beyond scheduled dates and alarms. Mynd and UpTo are two free date-keeping solutions for iPhone that put your stock Calendar to shame.
If many of your Twitter followers have become strangers, spammers, and social annoyances, it might a good to time to cut back your “friends” list.
A website called Tawkers seeks to bring meaningful conversations back to the internet, by allowing two people to have a public instant message conversation.
Though Apple includes a speech to text feature in the Mac OS X, it still lacks the advance capabilities of Nuance’s Dragon Dictate – the only voice dictation program of its kind for the Mac.
Safari is the iPad’s default web browser, but that certainly doesn’t mean it’s automatically the best tool for the job.
A clean iOS 7 design and Markdown syntax support make Tag Journal an attractive option for new and existing digital notebook users.
When it comes to bookmarking and saving content on the Web, there’s no shortage of solutions. But a new service aptly called Dragdis makes the process a simple drag and drop process.