Originally shunned by Apple, Launcher returned to the AppStore last week to the surprise of many. The app features a today widget that places shortcuts (for both regular and power users) a swipe away for quick access.
Alfred has been my go-to launcher on the Mac since the day I found out about it. And when its team announced a companion iOS app, I could not wait for its release. That day finally arrived this week when Alfred Remote hit the AppStore.
Build a watch list? Check. Keep track of watched list? Check. Browse through upcoming movies, add to your list and receive a reminder when they're available in theaters? You bet. TodoMovies is another case of a simple app that does one thing well: Discover and keep track of upcoming movies.
My favorite kind of apps accomplish a specific task very well. If you're a user of Dropbox and have a tendency to record voice memos, or any audio files, on the go, then you'll need to install DropVox to perfectly handle that.
It's tough to fully describe Launch Center Pro to an average iOS user. It's an app and, more importantly, action launcher for your iPhone or iPad. It's an app that should live in the dock of every user that owns one of these devices.