Time is money, and your iPhone and ipad can track the amount of hours you work. Here's a roundup of timekeeping apps that'll make sure you get paid.
Vesper doesn't have a lot of features, but its simplicity makes it easy to focus on your note-taking instead of fussing with the app itself.
Stop fussing with what app to use when you want to write something down. Write it in Drafts first, and then send it to the app you want.
Editorial is a text editor with an intuitive Workflow feature that helps you be more productive with your written content.
Can't seem to catch up on your reading? ReadQuick and Velocity promise to help you be a faster reader, using a technique that involves your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
Previously known as Projectbook for iPad, NoteSuite now has a Mac companion, making its powerful note-taking tools available on two platforms.
This utility lets you use keyboard shortcuts to place frequently-used text snippets into your documents.
Compatible with both the iPhone and the iPad, the iOS version of Readability's read-it-later offering offers a simple workflow and pleasingly minimalist design.
This free utility tracks your location and notifies the people waiting for you of your estimated arrival time. It's a great way to avoid sending redundant emails or texts and -- more importantly -- to avoid the temptation of texting or calling when you're driving.
This new note-taking and task management tool offers several unique features that may appeal to productivity-minded iPad owners. The app may not quite measure up to a more mature rival like Evernote at this point, but Brian Beam thinks Projectbook is off to a good start.