iOS: We have long been fans of Drafts on iOS. It makes it possible to link together all kinds of text with different programs. Drafts is such a powerful program that it's a little difficult to wrap your head around what you'd use it for. Thankfully, the developer's teamed up with MacSparky's David Sparks for a series of how-to videos. Put simply, Drafts is a kind of launcher for text. You type whatever you want in Drafts, then you can instantly send it to other programs without launching them. This makes it easy to compose emails, send out tweets or adds notes to a variety of apps without juggling between them. The first video in this series walks you through the basics of how you can use Drafts. The second video digs into adding text to Dropbox files. More videos will arrive on a weekly basis. If you've been intimidated by Drafts, this should make it a lot easier to wrap your mind around how to use it.
Getting to Know Drafts with David Sparks [YouTube]