WriteOn is an app to write novels, short stories, articles, or anything else on one’s iPhone or iPad. It includes writing progress tracking, organizing projects into chapters, and sharing progress to social media. It’s easy to write on the go or while waiting on other people.
CookieCal is a utility app for cooks. CookieCal can convert between Celsius, Fahrenheit, gas mark, or written description (older recipes) for the most common oven temperatures. CookieCal easily converts between different types of volume measurements, weight measurements, or even between volume and weight measurements.
WordOne tracks a writer’s daily writing progress. Set a word count goal and a completion date, and track your progress by entering your written word count. WordOne tells you your current average words per day and the number of words a day you’d need to write in order to reach your set goal.
PillMinder is a pill tracking app. It tracks how many pills you have and when you’ve taken them. It reminds you when to take a pill. And you can easily see how many pills you have left along with how many days worth that is. You can look at your history to see what dosage you took on any given day.
Have you ever stayed in a hotel where the Internet disconnects you (or logs you out) if you are inactive for a few minutes? LifeLine is here to save you further frustration. LifeLine has just one job – it regularly connects to an Internet site so that your Internet connection always remains active. No more disconnects!
Iconizer is for creating icons of various sizes and shapes to fit the different apps, iOS, macOS, tvOS, watchOS, and iMessage to fit Xcode requirements. it’s especially handy when you’re testing multiple iterations of the same icon as you’re trying to get it just right. It’s an app for developers by a developer.
Developers and QA testers need to run a lot of tests on their apps to ensure they’re as bug free as possible, but keeping track of all the test cases and scenarios that you have to run through for each app can be problematic. That’s where QArc comes in – it tracks each specific test that needs to be done for each app.