Mac/iOS: ia Writer is one of the more popular minimal text editors, and the Pro edition for both Mac and iOS adds some useful extra features. While it retains the simplicity of just offering text on a page, Writer Pro also includes several modes for different stages of writing and an incredibly useful syntax control to give you a lot more power when you’re editing.
Control Center is a great little feature of iOS 7 where you can instantly toggle settings, pull up the calculator, and turn on the flashlight. You’re supposed to have to pull the Control Center up again if you want to turn off the flashlight, but Redditor youareaboy points out that you only have to touch the camera icon.
iOS: Chances are that your oven only has one timer. Even if you add in your phone, that still only equals two timers. For those more complicated meals where multiple elements are involved, you need more than that. Thyme is an app that gives you five separate timers: one for each hotplate plus the oven itself.
The Raspberry Pi is a fantastic basis for making your own electronics projects, but it’s not always easy to connect exterior elements to it. If you want to play around with buttons, lights or triggers, the Prototyping Pi Plate from Adafruit makes that all easy to manage.
iOS: Camera+ is our favourite iPhone camera app because it’s packed with options. Today, it’s getting even more features, including a bunch of new editing options and some refinements to the shooting mode.