New iPhone apps worth downloading: Clipboard, DocuSign Ink updates, Space Holiday

Sep 13, 2012
Games

Here are three great iPhone apps to take us into the weekend. Clipboard for clipboard.com comes to the iPhone with enhanced collaboration tools and an intuitive and nicely-designed user interace. DocuSign Ink got a big update with a bunch of great enhancements to the popular e-signature service including importing/exporting to/from cloud services. Last up is […]

Here are three great iPhone apps to take us into the weekend. Clipboard for clipboard.com comes to the iPhone with enhanced collaboration tools and an intuitive and nicely-designed user interace. DocuSign Ink got a big update with a bunch of great enhancements to the popular e-signature service including importing/exporting to/from cloud services. Last up is a fun game for the weekend, Space Holiday, a casual line-drawing puzzle game.

Clipboard for clipboard.com (Free)

What’s it about? The web-based service that provides a great way to save, organize and share anything online just released a dedicated iOS app.

What’s cool? Clipboard can grab the entire contents of a page like text, images and links instead of just a solo link or single picture. With Clipboard you can now clip from any app that supports copying, not just Safari. Once saved, it’s then easy to share it or publish it and you can make your ‘clips’ public for all to see.

Who is it for? The app offers new collaboration tools (like workspaces), a more intuitive UI, and simple interaction with the service’s HTML5 mobile website. The app is perfect for people who need to share content or organize their research.

What’s it like? There are numerous other ‘clipping’ services out there like Clipboard Manager and History, PasteBot and ClipSwap and cool capture/annotation tools like Skitch for iPad.

DocuSign Ink update (Free)

What’s it about? Version 2.0 of this popular e-signature app adds some great new features to make signing documents and getting signatures quicker and easier.

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What’s cool? DocuSign Ink now lets you add and import multiple documents or add signers on-the-fly. You can also import/export to/from cloud-based services like Box, Dropbox and Google Drive. There’s a notification system in place, new colors and pens to use, better filtering of documents and better sharing features.

Who is it for? DocuSign Ink supports both consumers and businesses, simplifying things by cutting out the need to fax, scan or overnight documents. DocuSign documents are legally-binding, too. Worth noting: it’s always free to sign documents yourself and the first five you send out are free, but after that you’ll need to purchase in-app document credits.

What’s it like? There are a few other electronic signature apps out there like SignEasy and Adobe EchoSign, so they’re worth looking at if you’re in the market for an app like this.

Space Holiday (Free)

What’s it about? Space Holiday is a casual line-drawing puzzle game which is suitable for players of all ages. It’s very easy to learn, but packs a challenge in the later levels.

What’s cool? In Space Holiday you must link the stars, avoid the asteroids and create portals to travel to the next level. There are 80 levels to work through and you’ll discover and use special stars (like the Ninja, Plunger, Angel, and Piñata) to help clear away asteroids. The game has a cute hand-drawn vibe with colorful cartoon animations.

Who is it for? As mentioned, Space Holiday is great for kids with its enjoyable game environment. It’s fun for people who like puzzle games in general and casual drawing games.

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What’s it like? The three-star rating element when completing levels is not dissimilar to the mechanic in games like Cut the Rope, but the drawing puzzle vibe is more akin to One Touch Drawing or Aqua Globs.

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Marty Gabel

Marty is the former Associate Editor for Appolicious and AndroidApps.com. He lives with his wife and infant daughter in Chicago, via London, England, and the San Francisco Bay Area.

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