As if the 10,000 different colors in the pantone palette app isn’t enough, how about this.
Using the Cronzy pen, you can scan any color in the real world and use it to draw. Alternatively, you can choose from the 16-million unique colors in the app. Now you can color in Donald Trump in countless ways.
I used Scrivener’s desktop app to help me package my first book five years ago. Today, I write most of everything on my phone. For that, I use a combination of tools like ByWord, iA Writer, and Evernote which all sync to the cloud. I also signed up to PressBooks to package my latest book. It functions just like WordPress.
Scrivener is late to the mobile game. Based on the screenshots, it looks like the exact same flow as the computer version. If you’re a serious writer, especially one that writes novels and screenplays, it’s worth giving this app a shot. It’s available in the app store now for $19.99. Here’s the full demo.
Dropbox is the perfect way to let us mix it up however we want. Use an Android phone and an Apple tablet. It disrupts the major platform vendors’ attempts at hegemony. Houston shows a picture of the major platforms and explains that the vendors don’t want their users’ data intermingled. But Dropbox tries to undo that, successfully. And they will keep pushing.
Dropbox is a translucent product that works across devices and competing operating systems. Dropbox is platform neutral.
Still, Developer Dave Fargo explains why Dropbox should be doing more.