Cool Websites & Tools – Keep Your Inbox Organized, Virtual Card Games, & Teach Digital Skills

Pathfinder – tracks and records your path, speed, distance when you drive or walk. Path Finder shows real time data, maps out your path, shows suggestions and allows you to save your route for future reference. It uses the GPS Sensor in your phone to record the geographic statistics. It works on both Driving and Walking mode.

   Cool Websites & Tools   Keep Your Inbox Organized, Virtual Card Games, & Teach Digital Skills

Blinkmail – is the easiest way to keep your email inbox organized. Quickly archive messages, flag or quick-reply — just using a few keystrokes. A shortcut-driven interface will allow you to scan through an email and reply with a solution in seconds.

   Cool Websites & Tools   Keep Your Inbox Organized, Virtual Card Games, & Teach Digital Skills

The Card Table – gives you a virtual deck of cards and lets you play all of your favorite card games. An iPad becomes the table, an iPhone becomes your hand, and you can pass cards between devices. Flip cards over, bring cards into decks, shuffle decks, and more.

   Cool Websites & Tools   Keep Your Inbox Organized, Virtual Card Games, & Teach Digital Skills

RecipeTin – puts all your recipes at your fingertips. Store all your recipes in one place, write your own recipes and add your own photos, capture any webpage, sync your devices, organize your recipes anyway you want, browse and search with ease & share recipes by email.

   Cool Websites & Tools   Keep Your Inbox Organized, Virtual Card Games, & Teach Digital Skills

Webmaker – is a global community dedicated to teaching digital skills and web literacy. They explore, tinker and create together to build a web that’s open and made by everyone. Teach the web with interactive tools, activities and lessons plans that are free, hackable and fun.

   Cool Websites & Tools   Keep Your Inbox Organized, Virtual Card Games, & Teach Digital Skills

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Colin

“Blinkmail – is the easiest way to keep your email inbox organized. Quickly archive messages, flag or quick-reply — just using a few keystrokes. A shortcut-driven interface will allow you to scan through an email and reply with a solution in seconds.”

Nowhere in there does it say it’s for Mac ONLY! Could you please add a simple PC or Mac or Android to the description? It would save a lot of faffing about. Thanks.

Robert K

@Colin – I might be incorrect about this, but unfortunately I believe that Mark can’t edit the article once it’s been published.

However, thanks for saying that, because I was about to click through that link myself, until I saw your comment… :-P

Robert K

I could go into a long (albeit) positive rant about the wonders of RecipeTin, but all I’m going to say is that I’ve been using it since the first week it was released on iPad, and it has saved me *countless* hours of searching and fiddling through my enormous collection of recipes.

That isn’t to say that it doesn’t have a few caveats, most of which are odd design and UI choices (with one or two functionality issues here and there), but it’s still a fantastic app, nonetheless!

Also, there are a few other recipe-collection apps that I use (mostly Paprika Recipe Manager) because RecipeTin isn’t the best at certain things, such as editing recipes from webpages. Paprika also stands out in a few other ways, however if you love to cook, I HIGHLY recommend trying both out, and seeing which you prefer.

As I said, I use them both, because each of them has certain features that the other doesn’t do so well, if at all…

RecipeTin App

@Robert K – I am the creator of RecipeTin and reading this has made my day, I am so glad you are finding RecipeTin useful! I would absolutely love to hear more thoughts about our “odd” design and UI choices. Our first enhancement is underway and I’d love to incorporate any suggestions you have! I can be contacted on inquiries@recipetinapp.com

Thanks again for your positive comment!! Being a new (indie) app developer going out solo, it really means a lot hearing positive feedback!!

Saikat B

+2 to RecipeTin. It looks like an “Evernote” for recipes. But I wish there was a web version as well.

RecipeTin App

@Saikat B A computer version is coming (Mac and Windows) and also you can access your recipes on iCloud or Dropbox from any computer, they are filed by recipe name. And you are bang on – it is like Evernote, but tailored for recipes with better categorisation, easier viewing and the added bonus of the built in browser! I can be contacted on inquiries@recipetinapp.com if you would like to know more.

Saikat B

Thanks for the “early” update guys :) Will watch out for it.