An excellent free note-taking app, diminished only by its reliance on a web service you’ll likely never even look at.
Elegant in its simplicity, PDF Cabinet makes annotation a beautifully refined, more-ish experience.
It wasn’t first, but Scratch boasts enough useful features to be worth considering, even if you’ve already installed its popular rival.
Everything you need, if perhaps not everything you want for more complex lists, whether you use Evernote or not.
CircleTime is confusing at first, but reveals itself to be a an interesting way of viewing your calendar. It might be overkill for many, though.
It adds some clever features over its competitors, but it’s also lacking some. A good app, but not essential.
The iPad desperately needs better selection tools, but unfortunately for Tyype, they really need to be system-wide.
The filters and automatic effects could be improved, but, for free, it’s a solid foundation in a photo editing arsenal.