A location bookmarking app for iOS that makes it easy to share locations and syncs with Facebook or Foursquare.
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Install custom fonts on your iPhone or iPad
Collect and explore your daily data! You can track how far you run, how much you study, sleep or spend, whatever you want. Then… explore your stats.
A ‘quantified self' app that generates graphs and charts on the fly, and mixes automated data collection—location, weather, distance travelled, &c.—with manual updates.
Make a floor plan of a room by holding your iOS device up against the walls.
Slow Feeds is an RSS reader for iOS ‘designed to make discovering interesting articles in your river of news easy’ by automatically arranging feed items into different streams:
- A stream of your low volume feed subscriptions
- A stream of the remaining high volume feeds
- A stream of your feeds’ most-linked webpages
- A gallery of your feeds’ article images
- A stream of your starred items
An iOS app for reading pieces published on Medium.
Submitted by Sue D. Nym, who says:
Studies is an iOS app that I, a student, use to keep track of my grades. It’s free and it’s very simple and beautiful. I like it.
Listacular is a powerful text-based list, to-do and note app. This app can help you speed up your list-making and note-taking processes.
You can optionally sync your Listacular files to Dropbox. Listacular supports various file formats including basic text (.txt), TaskPaper files (.taskpaper) and Markdown files (.md).
[An] iOS 7 unit converter focused on your favorite unit pairs.
Give the link of your article to Speaky and that’s it. It will extract the main content, detect the language, show you all the voices it can use and read it out to you using the built-in voice synthesizers in iOS 7.
You can also paste text into Speaky, or take advantage of its integration with Pocket.