Nanowrimo Helpers

If you have an Android phone, download Writeometer. It is a really great tool for keeping track of your stories, and it’ll tell you your daily, weekly, and monthly progress, your records, how many words/day you need, and a gazillion other things. 

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App Fab: 13 Under-the-Radar Apps Designers Use Like Mad

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Hope you have storage space on your phone ‘cause you’re going to want to start downloading. These are the apps that—besides good ol’ Instagram—our savvy and very busy designers swear by. —erica

1) Slack
“Slack makes workplace communication 100% more efficient. Try it, and you will never go back.” —Erin Wahed of Bande des Quatres

2) Over
“I rarely ever let anyone in on my secret love for this. It’s the perfect app to help create an Instagram post or an invitation or to add a little something extra to a photo.” —Kylie Nakao of Tarin Thomas

3) TeuxDeux
“I love TeuxDeux because it syncs with a desktop app and, for a freelancer/business owner, has been a lifesaver for organizing my to-do lists.” —Nate Poekert of Proper Assembly

4) SkyScanner
“This app tells you the cheapest flights all over the world within seconds—ideal for a travel addict like me. I love to search from New York to everywhere and see what’s available. I just booked a trip to Puerto Rico with my son after finding it’s cheaper to fly there than to Miami.” —Grace Chang of Ivory Row

5) Nike Training Club
“I love the 15 minute Get Focused workouts because they are hard, but short!” —Lyndsey Butler of Veda 

6) Waze
“It helps me get places so much faster—even if they’re more miles! I also get to know some shortcuts—that might include driving through graveyards.” —Yuka Izutsu of Atelier Delphine

7) Duolingo
“It’s a free language learning app. My boyfriend is Italian, so I have been practicing my Italiano while waiting for the G train.” —Nina Egli of Toujours Toi Family Affairs

8) WhatsApp
“WhatsApp is a lifesaver for me.  I can communicate with my artisans—and them with me—for free. Yay!” —Harper Poe of Proud Mary

9) Genius Scan
“I’m pretty intoGenius Scan—it lets me photograph documents and turn them into PDFs instantly.” —Molly Keough of Osei-Duro

10) Easily Do
“I could not imagine staying somewhat-organized about manufacturing deadlines, parent-teacher conferences, Mailchimp campaigns without it.” —Katherine McMillan of Pierrepont Hicks

11) PayByPhone
“I’m not a huge fan of apps, but I couldn’t do without PayByPhone! When I park in L.A., I never have money in my wallet, but with PayByPhone, I’m not worried anymore.” —Sandra Dejanovic of Happy French Gang

12) Songza
“I am allowed to say Songza?” —Kathryn Fortunato of Lizzie Fortunato
“SONGZA!” —Lizzie Fortunato of Lizzie Fortunato
[Ed: Lizzie’s BF Peter Asbill is one of the co-founders of this so-amazing music-streaming company.]

13) Longform
“It’s a long-form journalism aggregator that is curated by a great group of folks—almost every article you click on sucks you in. And! It works on the subway.” —Ellen Van Dusen of Dusen Dusen

5 (more) Crochet Android Apps

Last year I did post with four helpful crochet-related apps you can use from your android device. I have broadened my search and found five more apps you can use! Once again, because I feel obligated to say, please remember to use precautions when downloading apps. Read through all permissions, and use each app at your own risk!

1. Crafts Calculator by Hobzy  
Crafts Calculator is a helpful little tool that helps you price your items! It’s very simple: You choose your currency type - Dollars, Pounds, or Euros - add in the cost of materials, the amount of time you spent making the item, your experience level, and the amount of profit you want, then hit calculate sale price and it gives you the amount you should list your item at!

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2. Knitty by Collective Creations
Knitty is a fairly simple app that’s more geared toward knitters, but can definitely be used for crochet! You can create different projects, and have a row counter for each, as well as use just the basic counter! What’s unique about this app is that if you sign in, you can unlock “Achievements”! 

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3. Knitwits Free by physphil
As with Knitty, this app can help you keep track of your projects and has a row counter for each one. But this one has some helpful tools, like a hook inventory so you can keep track of your hooks!

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4. Patternly by iwombit
Patternly is a pattern-writing app that I think is a really neat idea and could be helpful for the designer on the go! 

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5. Knitting and Crochet Buddy by Colorwork Apps
When I originally downloaded this, it was just called “Knitting Buddy”, despite having obvious crochet helps and tips. I’m glad to see they’ve added crochet in the name so it’s easier to find! Anyway, at first, this app seems like a very simple project organizer that you can search through by filtering, but when you hit the “global” button, you hit the jackpot! It has a stitch calculator, ruler, flashlight, hook log, hook size chart, abbreviations list, yarn standards guide, sock chart, and other super helpful links! Not only that, it also has a cute little “Buddy Jumper” game for when you just need a break! Buddy is a constantly jumping, mitten-and-sock-wearing yarn ball. Jump on the crochet hooks and collect coins (stitch markers) without falling - but watch out for moths! I don’t feel like you really need to look much further for another app - this one seems to have it all!

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Around the time we became involved with The Human Rights Campaign, we started building out Panic! In Vegas, our addictive little game that you’ll get to play very soon (keep reading to find out when ;)). As we were working on the game, we thought why not keep helping the HRC in a fun way? It just made sense to us, take something that’s fun and tie it in with a cause that is incredibly important. As you’re making your way through the 100 levels, you’re helping out an amazing organization (not to mention killing time in a semi-productive way). It’s the best of both worlds! 

Panic! in Vegas - available on the App Store and Google Play Oct 23, worldwide!

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Coming to smartphones and tablets December 2014. 

shxkeitswift said:

Hey! I'm getting an iPad Mini at Christmas which I plan to use for studying, and I was wondering if you could list some apps that you find helpful for that purpose? Thanks!

Hi! Yes, of course!

It took me a while to get used to having an iPad- the whole time I was thinking about how awesome it is, and forgot about the homework I was supposed to do. Now things are a bit better.

  • I take notes using GoodNotes. Some options for those are Notability, OneNote, Penultimate, Noteshelf, Notes Plus
  • All my downloaded documents/pdf/ppts files are saved in the Documents app. Although there may be some free versions that you might like more :)
  • I use Chrome instead of Safari web browser because it seems to be supported by more websites.
  • And I have a Kindle app :)

Hope this gives you some ideas!

Comment and let us know what apps you use, please! I would like to find some more cool ones.

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