iOS: LowRes Coder is a fun app that lets you craft your low-resolution, pixelated games that resemble arcade favourites of yore. It uses the classic BASIC programming language to bring your games to life.
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iOS: If This Then That (IFTTT), one of our favourite automation services, introduced support for both the iOS Calendar and App Store today.
Android/iOS/Mac: You have a ton of options for notes apps, including heavyweights like Evernote and OneNote. Zoho Notebook takes the same catch-all approach as Evernote and OneNote, but has a few design ideas of its own.
Your phone is probably the device you use for email the most, and Airmail is one of the best iPhone apps to read, reply and organise it. Airmail is all about management through customisation, and while it's fine out of the box, a little tweaking makes it even better.
iOS: Airmail is the most customisable email app on the iPhone, and today they're adding to those customisation options with new Workflow integration and custom actions.
Duet Display is our favourite "second screen" app for iPad that extends your desktop computer's screen to your iPad. Today, Duet Display gets an update that adds in Touch Bar support, which means you can emulate the new MacBook Pro's Touch Bar on any iPad.
Journaling might seem silly on the surface, but a journal is extremely useful as both a permanent record of your thoughts and as a cathartic release. Regardless of how you plan to use a journal, our favourite on the iPhone is Day One.
iOS: A terminal emulator on your iPhone might sound a little silly for most of us, but SSH can come in pretty handy sometimes. For a while, one the best apps for doing so was Panic's Prompt 2, but Blink Shell is an option that's worth a look too.
iOS: Workflow is an intensely powerful app for iOS that allows you to create small micro-apps that trigger specific actions inside an app, like instantly capturing a note in Notes or downloading a file from a URL. It's always been relatively complex to use, but today it's getting easier.
iOS/Mac: There's certainly no shortage of notes app out there, but Bear's an app that manages to toe the line between a few different popular styles, and might suit you if you need more features than plain text offers, but not as much as something like Evernote.
iOS: Moleskine's Timepage calendar is surprisingly one of the best calendar apps on the iPhone because it takes a very design-centric approach to a normally boring type of app. Now, that app's available for the iPad.