IPhone and iPod Touch apps for creating and editing business documents have surged to the top ranks of the App Store’s popularity charts. This is good news for freelance writers who work in the field and who like to travel light.
Over the course of the next few entries I’ll be reporting on my field tests of some of my favorite apps. These won’t be full-blown reviews, but rather brief and complementary summaries of the highlights (and lowlights) of each app that revealed themselves while I put them through their paces.
First up is the long-anticipated DataViz Documents to Go for the iPhone app.
Continue reading “field report: documents to go for iphone (updated for 1.1)”
If Santa brings you a shiny new iPhone or iPod Touch this Christmas, why not deck its halls with free wallpapers based on my hPDAphone templates?
Apple opens up the iPhone and iPod Touch to third-party developers in February. That doesn’t mean you have to wait to see what it will look like when you load it up with productivity apps, though.
You can download the wallpapers here, along with the original analog hPDA versions. Amaze your friends, stoke your imagination, and — who knows — maybe inspire a developer while you’re at it. (Click on the image to see the full-size version.)
Active Voice offers wallpapers and hPDA templates as free .png and scalable-vector .pdf graphics that you can download to your desktop and use in your favorite planner. They are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution – Noncommercial – Share Alike 2.5 License.