Smart iOS apps I don’t need

As much as I relish my 12.9-inch iPad Pro, it has become an ordinary tool, in the positive and constructive sense of the word.

There’s huge value in the iPad Pro, a device where I write in Ulysses, make an extensive use of the PDF annotation feature in Goodreader, manage my Pinboard bookmarks with Pinswift, search the Wikipedia through V for Wikipedia, jot down small pieces of text in Drafts, browse some blogs using Flipboard and other common tasks. However, many times I find myself asking why I’m not making use of some good-looking apps. Here you have three of them.

Typeform Lite

Typeform Lite

With the lite version, the user can build simple, neat forms and later fill them in and view the results. The app invites the user to apply to become a pro user.

Mindnode

Mindnode

One of the beautiful mindmapping apps there are. Its nodes can be text, a task or an image. Formats available to export your compositions make an impressive range.

Outline

Outline

This app which takes the most wide approach to writing I know. Texts and lists share the canvas with images, handwriting, links and attached files. Its notebooks have sections and sections have pages. It should be called something such as Collector rather than Outline.

What a pity I’m not an outliner, a mindmapper or someone who needs to build forms.