Read More Fantastical 2 has a place in our heart as one of the Best Calendar Apps on i Phone and i Pad. That's because developer flexibits has updated the app to support Notification Center's Today view. Read More Drafts is a sweet app for writers and anyone else who wants to quickly create notes and then get on with life.
Launching the app quickly brings up a blank screen ready for your text input. Drafts will automatically save your text without you having ...
Read More Clips is a superb clipboard manager for i Phone and i Pad.
Have you ever wished you had access to more than your last copied item?
You can tap the button to add these app’s widget to Notification Center.
We’ve been using tons of widgetized apps since they’ve been made available.What I really like about Apple’s approach here is that you can access these widgets by swiping down Notification Center from anywhere, even without unlocking your phone. The video above will show you how this all works but you can also follow these directions. Now tap the “Edit” button at the bottom of the pane and you’ll now be able to add widgets to Notification Center.The list of widgets that appears is based on apps you have installed on your i Phone that support widget functionality.For years i OS users have been wishing, hoping, and dreaming for ways to see information inside apps without actually launching them.For instance, wouldn’t it be nice to see the current weather forecast without even opening a weather app?