Friendly web-chap and all round good egg James Whatley is talking about his favourite iPad apps and asking about others. Here’s mine:
Drafts is even starting to reduce my use of a UCD. It’s just quicker to open the phone or iPad and note a line or two of text, than it is to take my notebook and pen out of my pocket and get scribbling.
I spend a lot of time in meetings. Too much time really, and Minutes helps me with that. It helps me track actions and take coherent notes, without needing to prop up a screen between me and the people I’m meeting. If I’m enforcing a grazing policy (And I should be. So should you) then it helps make it clear I’m adhering to that. It also sends stuff by email (So is easy to Evernote) and can chuck actions in my Omnifocus Inbox.
Being able to drive my iTunes library from the sofa, directing music to various airplay speakers or video to the Apple TV is nothing short of awesome. It’s one of the times I most feel like I am living in the future.
The daddy. OF for iOS is phenomenal. Hands down the best GTD experience I have seen on any platform, free accurate sync and excellent support. I use this app constantly.
There are loads more great apps on my iPad, but today these are my favourites.