In the last weeks I forgot to mention how I liked the little shift in the app scope realized by Fiftythree with their Paper app.
Moving from an artists’ app …
to a mind-mapping one (and more):
Ever come across a large zip or dmg file you wanted to download on your iPhone? Of course, you can’t do it. But with Transloader, you can. How? Transloader lets you download URLs from your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch directly to your Mac via iCloud.
Today, thanks to TwoDollarsTuesday, this amazing app by Matthias Gansrigler – founder & main developer of Eternal Storms Software – has been available with a stunning -67% discounted price.
With Transloader you can get the URLs to any kind of file you discover while reading an email, a feed or a post while you’re on the move with your iPhone (or iPad and iPod touch too) and it will sync them to your Mac for download. The iOS app is freely available, while the OS X “client” is the application you pay for.
The app is extremely useful – to me at least!!! – and Matthias Gansrigler is that cool kind of developer always willing to give an hand, offer support and – amazingly – even promo codes to his most loyal followers (don’t you believe me? check him out!).
Manual is my latest addition to the photographic toolkit of my iPhone. It has come highly recommended by a couple of italian professional (Giulio Riotta) whom blog I follow. So I decided to give it a … well, a shot!