Kennedy App

Log your life as it happens with designer Brendan Dawes' "camera for context"

Journaling is a common New Year’s resolution that always seems to creep its way back onto the list year after year—yet it doesn’t have to. Thanks to a tip from Netted, we came across Kennedy, an iPhone app that archives the moments you want to remember with a single tap. Aptly named (albeit somewhat morbidly) after a question asked throughout history: “Where were you when …

Pencil

FiftyThree announces the perfect companion for their lauded iPad drawing app

When hardware and software work in harmony, it’s a beautiful thing. And when such a pairing effectively mimics the analog world, it’s thoroughly enchanting. Such is the case with Pencil and the forthcoming update to Paper—both just announced by FiftyThree. It’s a bold move to name a drawing app Paper and a stylus Pencil, but after testing them both, we feel it’s safe to say …

Rove App

A new iOS app that tracks your day, so you can enjoy it more

A recent trip to Beijing proved the perfect opportunity to test the newly released Rove application for iPhone. Rove runs in the background—without draining too much battery—and functions as a private but shareable log of your travel activity. Rove doesn’t check you in, but figures out where you are and associates venues, mode of transportation and even the photos you take with each location. It’s …