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October 16 2013


Colors of Fall 2013: 21 Fresh and Free Design Resources


Hello designers, developers, web enthusiasts of the globe. We are back with another edition of our monthly collection of the freshest design resources the month of September had to offer. If you know our series already, you know you can expect the best HTML, CSS and PSD templates, as well as UI-kits for your next great web or native app. All of the resources showcased here are fresh, free and easy to download, suitable for experienced and amateur web designers, so be sure to download the ones you love and share them with everyone you know!

October 14 2013

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September 09 2013


August 01 2013


Best of July 2013: 30+ Brand-New HTML/PSD Themes & UI Elements


This is the second compilation in our monthly series of brand-new HTML/PSD themes and UI elements. All the works exposed here are fresh resources from the month of July 2013. You will find another big set of ready to use themes, templates and elements for the web as well as completely editable files for your favorite image or vector editor. We got something for everybody…

June 13 2013


To Hope Beyond Hope: iOS 7 Concepts Jony Ive Should Definitely Draw Inspiration From

ios1 Flat and very, very colorful is Apple's new approach to iOS. Reactions are partly flat, partly very colorful, too. "Love it or leave it" seems to be the only option. Yet, iOS 7 is only a beta version, nothing needs to be carved in stone by now, Jony. We have collected numerous different concepts to show you and our readers, how iOS could turn out to become. Some are somewhat resemblant, some are totally different, but all are - much more beautiful! Please, draw some inspiration from these creations, if only a little...

June 07 2013


Tayasui Sketches – Creative iPad App for the Paper Lover


It's been quite a while since we last published an article in our series of iPad apps for the creative professional. As we all know there is no shortage of apps for the Apple tablet in general. Hundreds of thousands can be downloaded. All in all more than 50 billion apps have been downloaded from the App Store since its inception, which allows us to roughly estimate, that each human being walking this earth must own 8 apps on average. Hey, the numbers never lie. The app we want to introduce to you today is called Tayasui Sketches and at first sight it will remind you of Paper by FiftyThree, closely. At second, too...

May 06 2013


How To Create an iOS App Icon for Your Website

Did you know you can give your website its very own app icon for iPhones and iPads? It only takes a few seconds and it makes your site look really smart when it’s saved on a user’s home screen, or when viewed in popular apps such as Reeder.

Why create an app icon?

Specifying an app icon is one of those little finishing touches that isn’t really noticeable but makes all the difference if you take it away. Without an app icon if you bookmark a site on your iPhone or iPad you’re left with an ugly screenshot of the page crammed into the little rounded square, but with one line of code you can choose your own icon design, such as a logo. It’s much like a favicon, but on a larger scale.

Having someone bookmark your site onto their device home screen is probably a rare occurrence, but as I discovered today there’s another major benefit of creating an app icon. Roberto Alanís tweeted me recently asking how I achieved such a nice icon in Reeder app. My first response was “I don’t know!”, but then I realised it was my apple touch icon that was being used.

How to create an Apple touch icon

The specified dimensions of a touch icon directly from Apple is 114x114px, this will compensate for Retina displays and produce a nice crisp home screen icon. However, as you can see from the Reeder screenshot, other sites using 114px touch icons don’t fill all the available space. Reeder is one of the most popular RSS apps, plus the touch icon may be used elsewhere too, so it’s worth creating your icon at much larger dimensions.

I chose the dimensions of 512x512px, which is probably a little overkill, but apparently 241x241px would suffice.

Next you need to decide whether you want Apple to add their glossy highlight effects to your icon. If you do, name it apple-touch-icon.png, if you don’t, name it apple-touch-icon-precomposed.png.

<link rel="apple-touch-icon" href="/apple-touch-icon.png" />
<link rel="apple-touch-icon-precomposed" href="/apple-touch-icon-precomposed.png" />

You don’t actually need to write any code to get your touch icon working, just pop it in the root directory of your website and it will automatically be used by Apple devices. It might be worth linking it in your <head> though just as a reminder that it’s there. If you ever redesign you might end up forgetting to update it. Once again, make your choice of glossy or precomposed.

May 03 2013


No Matter of Luck: What To Consider In Mobile App Development [Infographic]


There are gazillions of mobile apps out there. If you are looking for a specific use case or - not - you won't see any shortage in what you will be able to find. Thus, releasing a mobile app is not without risks. You need to create something outstanding to attract the users. But how do you know? How can you improve? Sure, you can always wait for shit storms to wipe away your Facebook page or you can rely on these nice one-star-ratings in app stores. Did you know, that 60 % of all apps in Apple's App Store have not once been downloaded. If I were you, I'd try to find alternatives to hoping and waiting (and failing) ;-)

April 15 2013


September 03 2012


Showcase of 40 Insanely Detailed iOS Icon Designs

iOS icons have come a long way since the birth of the iPhone. Not only are they now shared between iPhone and iPad, with the introduction of retina displays the resolution of the these icons is so high it allows the designer to incorporate some unbelievable detail. This post showcases some of the most detailed iOS icons on the web, with some even crossing into the realm of hyperrealism.

Sandwich iOS icon by Ryan Ford

Sandwich iOS icon by Ryan Ford

Toybox icon by Julian Frost

Toybox icon by Julian Frost

Unlaced App Icon by Ryan Ford

Unlaced App Icon by Ryan Ford

Tiki Kingdom App Icon by Fabricio Rosa Marques

Tiki Kingdom App Icon by Fabricio Rosa Marques

Broadcast iOS App Icon by Román Jusdado

Broadcast iOS App Icon by Román Jusdado

Mophie Outdoor iOS App Icon

Mophie Outdoor iOS App Icon

Treasure Trouble iOS App Icon by Michael Flarup

Treasure Trouble iOS App Icon by Michael Flarup

Cigar Box iOS Icon by Konstantin Datz

Cigar Box iOS Icon by Konstantin Datz

History of Rock App Icon by Michael Flarup

History of Rock App Icon by Michael Flarup

Journal iOS Icon by Román Jusdado

Journal iOS Icon by Román Jusdado

ProPlayer iOS App Icon

ProPlayer iOS App Icon

Record Player Icon by Iasha Simonishvili

Record Player Icon Design by Iasha Simonishvili

Veggie Meals iOS Icon by Max Rudberg

Veggie Meals iOS Icon by Max Rudberg

On this day iOS App Icon

On this day iOS App Icon

Nikon Camera iOS Icon by Gianluca Divisi

Nikon Camera iOS Icon by Gianluca Divisi

Game App Icon by Aleksandr Novoselov

Game App Icon by Aleksandr Novoselov

iOS Icon Design by Konstantin Datz

iOS Icon by Konstantin Datz

iOS Game Icon by Ratmotion

iOS Game Icon by Ratmotion

Record Player iOS Icon by Román Jusdado

Record Player iOS Icon by Román Jusdado

Physique Workout Tracker by Román Jusdado

Physique Workout Tracker Icon by Román Jusdado

Coffee Lovers Icon by Aditya Nugraha Putra

Coffee Lovers Icon by Aditya Nugraha Putra

Good Music iOS App Icon Design

Good Music iOS App Icon

InstaGenius App Icon Design by Artua

InstaGenius App Icon by Artua

Coach’s Eye iOS App Icon

Coach's Eye iOS App Icon

Camera App Icon by Aditya Nugraha Putra

Camera App Icon by Aditya Nugraha Putra

Boxing Glove iOS Icon by Konstantin Datz

iOS Icon by Konstantin Datz

Bacon Diet App Icon by Ryan Ford

Bacon Diet App Icon by Ryan Ford

Baby Accordeon App Icon by Serg

Baby Accordeon App Icon by Serg

Alarm Icon by Eddie Lobanovskiy

Alarm Icon by Eddie Lobanovskiy

Tape Icon Design by Sosoa

Tape Icon by Sosoa

Weather App Icon by Dash

Weather App Icon by Dash

Pizza App iOS Icon by Ryan Ford

Pizza App iOS Icon by Ryan Ford

Wee Rockets iOS App Icon

Wee Rockets iOS App Icon

App Icon by Jackie Tran

App Icon by Jackie Tran

Poker Club iOS Icon Design by Ruaridh Currie

Poker Club iOS Icon Design by Ruaridh Currie

Darth Vadar Icon by Michael Flarup

Darth Vadar Icon by Michael Flarup

Stormtrooper Icon by Michael Flarup

Stormtrooper Icon by Michael Flarup

Lendthing iOS App Icon

Lendthing iOS App Icon

April 23 2012


How to Create a Color-Inspired iOS Icon for Retina Displays

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Creating an icon for iOS presents a variety of challenges to designers — challenges such as the size constraint. The purpose of this tutorial is help you create an icon for iOS that not only looks good, but also gives you a feel for what actually goes into creating icons for iOS. For this tutorial, we’ll be using Photoshop and Fireworks as well Cocoia’s iPhone 4 Icon PSD which you can download here.

Part One: Starting in Fireworks

In this part, we’ll be actually creating the content of the icon. The icon will look like a blend of colors so Photoshop may be considered overkill for this, while Fireworks does the job easily and efficiently.

1. Fire up Fireworks and create a new document that is 512 x 512px with a white background (don’t worry, this will be changed later).

Screen Shot 2012-04-22 at 09.18.38

2. Select the Ellipse tool from the left-hand sidebar or by pressing U and draw a reasonably-sized circle on your canvas whilst holding down the Shift key to constrain the circle. Select your circles and change the width and height to 210px – you can do this by changing the dimensions in left of the Properties window.

3. Now, on the right-hand side, right click the layer called Ellipse and click duplicate layer, do this three times so you have four circles on your canvas and spread them out.

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4. Select a circle and in the Properties section (at the bottom) change the color to something strong – in this example I will be choosing Red (#FF0000) to be the shape’s fill color.

5. Repeat this step for each of the circles, each having a strong color – I am using Red: #FF0000 Blue: #0000FF, Green: #339900 and Orange: #CC6600.

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6. Now, select all the circles on your canvas and select the opacity slider in the Properties window at the bottom and change the opacity to something substantial such as 60%.

7. Now, align all the circles that are on your canvas in the center and then select the top-most layer and in the bottom left corner (the left side of the Properties bar) change the Y position to 221 and, providing you’ve done everything correctly, it should read as: H: 210, W: 210, X: 151 and Y: 221. Now, select your second layer and change the Y position to 81. Select the third layer and change the X value to 221 and then the final layer’s X value should be 81 and it should be aligned in the center of the canvas.

8. Now, select all of the shapes and select the free transform tool from the sidebar (Command + T) and increase the size of the circles whilst constraining them by holding down Option (alt) and Shift and then press enter to accept.

Screen Shot 2012-04-22 at 09.42.29

9. Save your document as a PNG in your desired location.

Part Two: Making the Icon in Photoshop

Now, we’ll be moving from Fireworks to Photoshop and actually creating the icon along with a slight tint.

1. If you haven’t done so already, download Cocoia’s iPhone 4 Icon PSD template and then open it in Photoshop — for this tutorial, we’ll be creating an icon that is for the iPhone and for the retina display, so with the template open, right click the folder within the layers area entitled “114 Pixels (iPhone 4 home screen)” and select Duplicate Group and under document, select New and give it a name and press OK.

2. You should now be left with the icon on your canvas, select the Crop tool and crop around the icon template – the document size should end up being 114×114px once cropped. This is the standard size for a retina display icon.

Screen Shot 2012-04-22 at 10.03.45

3. Within the group (in the Layers section) we’re going to delete some layers, so delete the layer called Sample Shape copy 2, this should remove the star and also delete the layer called Stripes and you should be left with a clean, clear icon.

4. Select the color next to the layer entitled Base Shape copy 2 and change it to white and then navigate to your saved PNG file from part one and drag it to your canvas and then resize the icon (again, constraining it using Shift and Option) to a size that you believe looks good.

5. Right click the layer that you just created by dragging the new shape onto the canvas and select Create Clipping Mask.

6. Now, this is where you use your own discretion — you can alter the opacities of the tint and fill of the icon to make it look like you want. You can also change the background color from white to another color. In this example, I have used a dark shade of blue (#196088).


7. Once you’ve finished changing the opacity and tint of your icon, you’re ready to save it. The standard naming convention for retina display icons is Icon@2x.png so save your file with that name as a PNG file.

That concludes this tutorial – the purpose of this tutorial was to help you get to to grips with some basic color-blending techniques in Fireworks as well as to allow you to get to know the world of creating icons for iPhone and iPod Touch in Photoshop. In the source files I have included the Fireworks and Photoshop document along with the source code for an Xcode document if you want to test the new icon out on your retina device.



Click here to download the source files.

December 20 2011


The Grim Future of Web Browsers

Nothing new appearing today in the IT world is labelled as a surprise, because everything moves so fast and at some point in time you start to know when the big news hit the market. With the technology advancing so fast, especially all the mobile devices we call smartphones today part of the mainstream and are, maybe, the most important thing in our lives. So by sending a message from your QWERTY Android device or by playing Fruit Ninja on your latest iPhone, have you ever thought that you yourself are changing the IT world?

Well if you haven’t, I can tell you for sure that you do. By using portable devices more often and desktop computers less the latest gadgets quickly become out of date. Without realizing we have become unplugged and do not need computers anymore – which also means we do not need browsers anymore. And why would we? At the end of the day we have our smartphones filled with apps that can keep us busy for a long time. Sometimes I don’t even check my Facebook from my computer, even if I am close to it, because it is much easier to do it from the phone. Ever since the IT world made it possible to connect to the internet wirelessly, nobody has looked back. People invest much more money today in phones and portable devices like tablets or eBook Readers than in computers.

Image by ~jeroen-tje

Internet without a Browser

It is easy to see how we’ve become unplugged. Apple’s iOS and Android do it; Adobe Flash Player 10.2 and AIR technologies as well. HTML5 starts becoming more popular and supported on many portable platforms and other companies like Blackberry or Nokia follow in close. There are over 400,000 applications in the App Store, an incredible growth from 500 in the beginning. Android has around 400,000 applications and the numbers are increasing. The year started with around 300,000 apps for both platforms and ends with, very possibly, close to 1 million of them. Android included Flash from the 2.2 Froyo version and this made the portable devices running on the open-source platform even more popular. And you know what the good part of this is? That you don’t need anything besides a WiFi or 3G/4G connection to access them from all over the World.

Why do we talk about apps when we’re talking about browsers? Because if you think about it, the applications are nothing less than websites which are accessed without a browser. And more than 10 million of them were downloaded in 2011. That’s a huge amount of users who accessed this information from a portable device, avoiding using a browser. And it should be a clear sign about the future of the web. The apps are more intuitive, faster and easier to use, therefore they are preferred to Chrome, Mozilla, Safari or any other application. Another advantage is that the apps can be accessed from everywhere, while for a browser you not only need internet, but also a computer.

Smartphone and the Internet

A smartphone will also always allow you access to the internet, so why have a big laptop when you can have a pocket device that can do the same? A study made two years ago concluded that by 2013 mobile browsing will be more popular than desktop browsing. With the usage of smartphones growing by 110% in the US in 2009 and by 148% all over the world, this seems quite possible. Also, the younger internet users get educated in the world of smartphones, meaning that the computer will mean even less for them than it does for us.

source: BettyArmado via Chrome Store

This could be great news for designers – up til now everybody had to have a webpage, soon everybody will have to have a mobile device version as well. More work, more money for the design industry. China for example is a huge industry with tremendous potential. Not many people there have tablets or smartphones, but many say in 3-4 years everyone there will own one. With a market of almost 1 billion mobile subscribers, there will be a huge need for mobile websites for the companies and business individuals. So, bottom line, the fact that web browsers are on a downhill is not that bad for us – we will still have a lot of work anyway.

Right now there are more than 300 million mobile internet users in China and this is around 60% of all mobile and desktop internet users all over Europe – we’re talking huge numbers here. We’re talking about the Chinese equivalent of eBay, Taobao on which the transactions for the last year totaled roughly $60 billion; and this is while eBay was delighted with a total of only $2 billion. All of these things happen while the major internet providers already update the speeds to 4G. You see where I’m heading? As designers, we might be concerned that our jobs will disappear in 15 years but really, who knows how many other challenges will appear for us by then?

However, the truth is that it always takes up to five years after a new web technology appears until people get a hold of it and learn how it really works. Smartphones are huge today, but I don’t think they reached their maximum potential yet. There is still a lot yet to come and just because we think we know everything, it doesn’t mean we actually do. Web browsers are still popular and widely used, but they will be a thing of the past at some point in time, because nothing lives forever on the web. There is no such thing as a technology which didn’t improve since it was released (unless it was released recently).


The bottom line of this article is that even if the browsers disappear in several years (or at least their use will decrease), there will still be a lot of work for designers and developers. The internet is almost fed up with designs and experts, in five years time it will all move on portable devices. This means, as stated before, much more work for us, both for desktop and portable devices. All the technologies will be available on portable devices as well at some point in time and designing for them will be maybe even more challenging than designing for desktop use.

The beginners of today are the experts of tomorrow. We all know what’s coming in the short term, so why not try to become better at this while letting the current experts do their work? Who knows, in five years it might be you who earns the big bucks from all kind of clients and, as its normal, there will be others taking your place in the “follower seat”. The increasing use of smartphones and tablets bring a new taste in the design industry, with many new challenges yet to come. Get ready to take on all of them!

August 11 2011


33 iOS Mobile App Screen Views for Design Inspiration

The iPhone has become a leading mobile device in our modern technological era. And with this innovation comes access to the hugely popular app store. iOS developers have been working hard to create some of the most ingenious applications to date. And I’ve collected a list of 33 fantastic iOS app designs for your inspirational pleasure.




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Satisfaction Remote

Surf Report

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May 27 2011


The Hotlist: Edition 9


Mountains by UGMONK


An awesome print from the always talented Ugmonk. (Jeff Sheldon) The majesty of mountains – Ugmonk style.


Redesign, Wanderlists, and Facebook power Wanderfly 2.0


A half-year after our official launch we have overhauled the entire destination page on Wanderfly to help you get going on your next Wanderfly adventure. It is now easier and more fun to browse destinations, share trips, and connect with friends. Powering the redesign is the ability to create and share awesome lists (Wanderlists) of destinations and the option to connect and chat with friends to get advice, offer travel tips, and chat about your favorite places. At Wanderfly, we’ve always wanted you to find inspiration from our recommendations, and now with these improvements, there are plenty of new ways to do just that – make lists and join the conversation at Wanderfly now.

LucidChart Launches Any-Time, Any-Where Access to Web-based Visual Communication App With Full Offline Version


LucidChart, the top paid app in the Chrome App Store, announced full offline functionality of their web-based visual communication and diagramming app, and I’d like to work with you on a story about this news.

LucidChart offers users a quick and easy way to organize and communication information through attractive and easy-to-understand visual aids, and the new offline functionality allows users to stay productive even when they don’t have web access.

This release is significant in that they’re among the first to offer such a powerful product in full version format that keeps users connected even when they’re not online  - LucidChart is part of the general trend of improvements in web apps that are now outperforming desktop software.


4 Things we’d LOVE to see in the next iOS

When we have an idea about something we really like, we simply can’t keep our hands off it. The iPhone is great, but that doesn’t mean it can’t get a little better…..right?

VinylLove™ for iPad
Play it, Feel it, LOVE it!​vinyllove

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iOS 5 Lion-Style Dashboard Concept

Another concept of widgets — this time to mirror the dashboard setup in Mac OS X. The implementation is similar to my other widget video. However, in this concept, widgets and apps are separated.

Basically, you can consider this layout as having two sides. You have your apps and folders where they have been. But when you slide over to the old Spotlight Search screen, the wallpaper shifts and you’re taken into a Dashboard screen similar to the kind found in Mac OS X. You can have many pages of widgets (exactly the same way as the app home screens, but in the opposite direction). Widgets can come with downloaded applications and can be different sizes. Shown are my designed widgets for Facebook and Twitter.

What 9,000 TV Channel Logos Looks Like


There are thousands upon thousands of TV channels available to watch worldwide.

Unfortunately it’s nearly impossible to fully grasp the absolutely massive number of television channels out there today because we only ever see them on our TV guides or randomly around the internet. For each channel, there’s a logo design that is easily recognizable and often memorable. Here, for your viewing pleasure, are more than 9,000 TV channel logos.

Of course, because some channels use identical logos across different stations and countries, some duplication has occurred (so we’re just going to round down to 9,000 even). You can even see a high resolution version of these logos starting here, but be warned: the large versions will take some time to load.


Long Live the Redesign by iamFinch


In a nutshell, the concept he put forward is: Great designers adjust an existing work with little disruption of the foundational design for a goal or purpose. The end result is a modification to the design that improves the user experience. Good designers, on the other hand, recreate existing work focusing on the aesthetic, with a misunderstood notion that it will always improve it. However they end up disrupting and/or damaging the user’s experience making no real impact with the effort.

Design Professionalism by Andy Rutledge

The designer’s guide to taking back your profession.

Each year enthusiastic and passionate design students enter the industry they’ve long admired—one that they’ve worked hard to prepare for and have strived to be worthy of—in time only to meet with disillusionment. Why?…

Sustainable, Not Pixel Perfect


We were approached by Zappos (read our case study) to reskin their “Zeta” site (basically a living wireframe). Our brief was to redesign the pages without bringing new thinking to the structure of the page, functionality, or interaction. Our job was to interpret what they had already built and to align the design with the Zappos brand; it is something they had struggled to do for several years.

Don’t redesign on spec by Yaron Schoen

Art, by nature, is not utilitarian. It does not concern itself with descriptions but leaves its viewer with the option to develop his/her own interpretation of what he/she sees. Art is its own means to an end, it does not solve problems for its viewer and it is without a specific goal. It is a reaction to an observation made by the artist that is sometimes processed through an emotional filter and sometimes remains in pure documentation form.


Office Productivity


Nice little setup that you could come in daily and grind out some work. I like it.


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The Hotlist: Edition 9

July 06 2010


iOS icon template for Illustrator

Jon Hicks posted a handy dandy download for all: An iOS icon for Adobe Illustrator CS5. Fire up your download manager.

June 29 2010


45+ Must Have iPhone Applications for Developers and Designers

Every iPhone owner should know that he/she possesses a device which is more that just a cell phone to call or text.You can use it as your second computer when you are not at your home or office, and we think this was the purpose of creating iPhone. It has great interface and superb Wi-Fi compatibility which places it in Elite class among other mobile devices. “iPhone as a computer” happens mainly because of its applications, you can have any application you like whether it is related to entertainment or your work. If you are a web developer or a graphic designer and you own an iPhone, then you can take advantage of your mobile phone by using important and essential applications designed specially for you people to help you if you’re in state of mobility.

Finding these kind of applications can be a very difficult task but today we have done this task for you people. We have collected some of the most useful and helpful iPhone applications for developers and designers which can help you when you are out of your office desk.

1. WordPress

WordPress is the most popular publishing platform, now you can use it directly from your iPhone for free. You can create new posts or edit the existing ones, add photos, check spelling and create links without writing HTML codes.


Photoshop is leading photo-editing software. Now you can use it on you iPhone by just installing this FREE application. It has all important features for photo-editing like crop, rotate, change color and if you have done something wrong then you can undo your recent actions.

3. Database Viewer Plus

This application Synchronize any desktop side database with you iPhone. This allows to sync with Microsoft Access, Microsoft Excel and any ODBC compliant database like Oracle.

4. CameraBag

CameraBag let you edit you photos and give effects for the new ones. You can use the option panel to set camera behavior, image size, cropping and boarder effects and more. It costs $1.99.

5. 1Password

Every iPhone user uses password manager, but if you don’t then this is the application you should use for managing you passwords and identity. It has more than 1 million users and costs $6.99.

6. Analytics App

Google Analytics is very important for every web developer. This application gives you the opportunity to access your Google Analytics data from anywhere using your iPhone.

7. Pingdom for iPhone

Pingdom is an uptime monitoring service and this application will help you to connect to it from your iPhone. You can get alerts directly to your iPhone, view current status of monitored sites, view uptime and response time stats and get information about each check such as monitoring resolutions.

8. GoodReader

GoodReader allows you to read huge PDF and TXT files. It extracts pure text from PDF files and automatically wraps words. It offers full screen reading without bars or buttons.

9. PayPal

PayPal for iPhone can make your life easy, when you want to send money instantly when you are not near your desktop, you can use this application for this purpose.

10. Photobucket

Every web and graphic designer has a deep relation with Photobucket and what a pleasure it will be if you can use it on your iPhone. Using this application you can search Photobucket media library, download any photo and manage you albums.

11. Evernote

Evernote lets you create notes, snap photos and record voice memos that you can access any time from you iPhone, computer or web. This application is free.

12. FTP On The Go

If you website need some fixes and modification and you are not you desk then this application will helps you. This application lets you login into your sever from your iPhone.

13. Ego

Ego provides you the pleasure of one central location to check web stats which you like to view. You can quickly view the number of visits to your website, feeds subscription total and changes, how many people are following you on twitter. It supports Ember, FeedBurner, Google Analytics, Mint, Squarespace, Tumblr, Twitter and Vimeo. It costs $1.99.

14. Dropbox

Dropbox is a very famous online backup service and now you can use it from you iPhone. You can access you Dropbox, View documents, videos or photo galleries. Share and send files via email, text message or copy paste links to use in another application. This app is free.

15. Tweetie

Tweetie is very powerful Twitter client which offers variety of different features. You can handle multiple Twitter accounts. You can work offline and your actions will be synced as soon as you go online.

16. BlogPress

BlogPrees is a real-time blogging application which supports most of mainstream blogging platforms like WordPress and Blogspot. You can upload multiple photos in your posts; send same post to multiple blogs, and many more features you are looking for.

17. Brushes

Brushes is a painting application featuring advance color picker, several realistic brushes, multiple layers, extreme zooming and simple interface.

18. Source Viewer

This Source Viewer application enables you to view HTML, CSS and JavaScript source code of any website. This application costs $0.99.

19. iMy

iMy is a full MySQL client for the iPhone. It features the ability to generate complex queries, save them for future use, export query results to Google spreadsheets. Many more features are included. It costs $5.99.

20. iWiki

iWiki enables you to read and browse Wikipedia on your iPhone. It offers 32 different languages. You can same articles for reading without the internet connection and view your previous browsing history. It costs $1.99.

21. TouchTerm

TouchTerm is a fully featured SSH terminal application interface that enables remote access on their iPhone. It’s worth $3.99

22. Harvest for iPhone

I think every one is familiar with Harvest; it is a simple online time tracking, time-sheet and reporting software. Now you can use it on your iPhone.

23. Web Developer Bible

This is a very handy reference for all web developers also containing RGB to HEX color converter. It also has Silent Mode Reminder and Vedic Mathematics. It is free for use.

24. cliqcliq Colors

“Colors” by cliqcliq is an easy-to-use color picker application for converting, managing and discovering colors and palettes. This application costs $2.99.

25. Color Expert

Color Expert is an interactive color wheel, image picker and swatch book for you iPhone. It includes Monochromatic, analogous, complementary and triadic color schemes. Color palettes include RGB, CMYK and library Values. This application costs $9.99.

26. Color Stream

Color Stream is an other color tool for iPhone. It can generate a combination of colors from a picture. You can save multiple color palettes, save them and rate them. It costs $2.99.

27. CSS Cheat Sheet

Every Cascading Style Sheet developer needs a quick refresher of all CSS properties and values. This application provides a quick reference for topics you have already learned but need few reminders. It costs only $0.99.

28. jQuery Cheat Sheet

jQuery Cheat Sheet is a quick course refresher of jQuery syntax and arguments which costs $0.99

29. HTML Cheat Sheet

A very useful application for web developers, which needs quick reference to HTML tags, attributes and more. It costs $0.99.

30. PHP Cheat Sheet

PHP cheat sheet is a quick refresher of all PHP functions and syntax. You can use it to revise you PHP skills or learn PHP from if you are a beginner.

31. WhatTheFont

This application is very handy to identify the fonts in a photo or web graphic. If you are looking at a very beautiful font and wonders what font it is. Just snap a photo and this application will identify the font.

32. HTML Colors

HTML Colors allows you to easily select and preview HTML colors and their codes for use in a web page.

33. HEX RGB Colors Guide

A wonderful reference, to RGB and HEX colors, app suitable for anyone who deals with colors, including: web designers, bloggers, print designers and virtually anyone who uses colors to publish. It costs $1.99

34. Read It Later

This iPhone application lets you save pages and download copies of pages so you can read later when you are in offline mode.

35. Things

“Things” is an iPhone application for efficient Task Management. You can make the list of things you want to complete today in “Today” list, “Next” list contains anything you want to do soon and use “Scheduled” for all to-dos that you want to start at a later date.

36. Pingle

Pingle is very useful application which enables you to update your status on social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, Flickr, FriendFeed, Delicious, Tumblr and more. This application costs $1.99.

37. Network Ping

This software is used for maintaining and debugging network problems on LAN. Its lite version is free and normal version is of $3.99.

38. Twitterrific

Twitterrific is an other application that let you read and publish your “Tweets”.

39. Tap Forms

This is the very powerful database application for iPhone. You can use this to keep track of your favorite websites or bookmarks. It has many Ready Made Forms like credit card numbers, bank account, software serial number etc. It has built-in FTP servers to exchange data with Mac or PC.

40. iWantMyName

IWantMyName is a free application which helps you to register domain names directly from you iPhone.

41. The Typography Manual

The Typography Manual is a pocket resource for graphic designers and anyone that works with type. It provides all the essentials of a book reference on your iPhone. This application costs $3.99.

42. MiniBooks

MiniBooks for the iPhone lets you access your FreshBooks, which is a leading time tracking and online invoicing software. This application will cost you $14.99 but will save a lot if you can track your time effectively.

43. Mint Stats

Mint Stats enables you to monitor you website’s statistics and see how many people visited your website today or in last hour. This application is free.

44. Ruler

Using this free application you can measure any object by simply placing it on or next to screen of iPhone. You can switch inches and centimeter mode of measurement.

45. Full Screen Web Browser

This application helps you to browse the web free from clutter. This application hides all the buttons, address and status bar providing you 40% more space to browse. It costs $0.99.

46. Web Source Viewer

As name signifies, it is a free and very simple application to display web source of any website.

47. Byline

Byline is a RSS and Atom Feeds reader for reading latest news and articles from you favorite sites and blogs when you are offline. You need to use you Google Reader account for his purpose. This app costs $4.99.

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