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Today's Apps Gone Free: InFocus Pro, Narrato Journal, Ideas And More
Today's AGF list includes a productivity app, a journaling app, and an app for your ideas.
| August 30
Adobe Ideas Now Features An Eyedropper, Better Color Selection Controls, And More
After more than a year, Adobe Ideas now includes the layers features at no additional cost, improved organizing and sharing, plus a drastically revised color extraction and theme system.
| March 21
Adobe Ideas Updated With Further Layer Support, VGA-Out, And Performance Improvements
Adobe Systems' vector drawing app, Adobe Ideas, hit v1.2 last week. The latest version adds more layer manipulation options, improves performance in a couple of areas, and allows sharing to external displays.
| February 22
From the Diary of an App Developer: Your App Ideas
Now that you have the perfect partner for your journey through app development, it's time to get creative. This short guide will help your development team get focused on developing a workable idea for your very own application by focusing on your favorite categories and by studying existing apps in the App Store. Now let's get developing!
| April 26
I make no bones about it — I am one busy guy. I have classes to teach, books to write, articles to turn in to my editor here; and on top of all this, I'm a dad to a beautiful 4-year old daughter. This is why you would think that something like Things, developed by Culture Code, would be the perfect application for someone like me. It certainly has earned a lot of love with so many reviews out there from MacWorld, MacLife, and Apple-related blogs. When I read up on its features and surf around the interface, I felt promised a new level of organization. But as I play around with Things, I can't shake this feeling of déjà vu. I feel like I've been in this interface before, but with one dramatic difference: I was ten dollars richer.
| April 1