1Keyboard – Type on your iPhone, iPad or Apple TV using your Mac’s keyboard and turn your Mac into a Bluetooth keyboard that works with all of your devices. Use keyboard shortcuts to start typing on devices, and copy-paste text into your device. The app has a minimal menubar app that stays out of sight until you need it. Text much faster on your iPhone!
Software Data Cable (Pro) – Connect and share everything among phones, PC, Mac, laptop, Google TV, Cloud storage, Xbox etc. A must-have app that will save you time and eliminate the need of a USB data cable for file transfers. Once you’ve tried it, you’ll wonder how you ever got along without it. It’s fast, free, secure and no impact to mobile data plan.
mySugr – is a charming, sometimes outspoken diabetes manager. The app has a similar purpose as a diabetes logbook. It provides immediate feedback and helps you stay motivated. You win points for every entry made which help tame your diabetes monster. The goal is to tame your monster every day. Challenges are available to help you set and attain personal goals.
TV Food Maps – allows you to find, track and hopefully eat at the restaurants you see on your favorite Food Network and travel shows like Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, Man v. Food, Best Thing I Ever Ate, No Reservations, Top Chef and more. With 30 shows and over 2,900 restaurants TV Food Maps is the most comprehensive list of restaurants seen on TV you can find in a single app.
RSS.app – is the ideal tool for the casual RSS user. The app is almost invisible – it is embedded in the status menu and uses Mountain Lion’s Notification Center to alert you of new posts. You can use RSS.app to import your existing list of RSS feeds from Apple Mail – even after you’ve updated to Mountain Lion. Or import them from Google Reader.