Creativity apps are everywhere and they’re now available for a variety of devices.
Whether you want to share your ideas, collaborate with friends or just get out and have a blast, you’re going to find something here for you.
We’ve compiled our top picks for the best and worst apps in the market today.1.
Creative Journal Creative journal is a personal journal, where you can post and share creative works on a variety topics.
It also has a great design.2.
Creative Suite Creative Suite is a productivity suite that comes bundled with Adobe’s Creative Cloud and Adobe Reader.
It offers plenty of productivity features including a smart timer, quick reply, and more.3.
Wordstream Wordstream is an online dictionary, word processor, and document management app.
The app features a great layout and features a beautiful design.4.
Pocket Dictionary Pocket Dictionary is a word processor that lets you type in your own words and words from the internet.
It’s great for quick word processing, but it doesn’t come with the Adobe CC license, so you’ll need to purchase it separately.5.
Word Stream Word Stream is a document management and dictionary app for iOS and Android that comes with a CC license.
It includes support for both Word 2010 and Word 2012, which means you can import your documents from Word to Word Stream for offline editing.6.
Pocket Essentials Pocket Essential is a lightweight word processor with a free version for iOS.
It doesn’t have a free tier, but its free version does include a free trial of WordStream.7.
iBookstore iBook Store is an Apple-owned online bookstore and the app is popular for its curated selection of books.
It has a good design, though.8.
iBooks Pro iBooks is a new app for iPad that offers iPad-like features for a price.
You can browse and add books from the iBooks app store or download titles from the cloud.9.
iLibrary iLibrary is a digital library for iPad and iPod touch that lets users store, search and browse their own content, including audiobooks, audioball, and other content.
It comes with support for more than 100 titles.10.
iDownloader iDownloadator is a tool for finding free and low-cost software downloads.
The tool has a collection of thousands of free and open source software apps and it has an extensive library of free apps that you can download and install.11.
iMovie iMovie is a film-making software for iOS that lets people create movies.
It provides an interface that lets the user easily create a movie and save it to their device.12.
iShare iShare is a free, cloud-based file sharing application that lets anyone share, organize, share and manage files.
The feature set is similar to Dropbox, but you can sync files across multiple devices using iCloud.13.
iZettle iZettler is a cross-platform cloud-centric file manager that’s available for Windows, Mac, Linux and Android.
It supports a variety file formats, file types, and file size limits.14.
Vimeo Vimeo is a video hosting and social media app that lets subscribers upload, share, and discover videos.
It features a clean, simple interface that’s easy to use.15.
FileZilla FileZillas is a cloud-powered, offline file manager for iOS, Android, Windows and Windows Phone.
It gives you access to thousands of files and folders across all of those platforms, and you can access the files from your computer.16.
iFile iFile is a file management and backup app that has a free plan for iPad.
It adds an optional cloud storage feature to make it more convenient to access the cloud storage.17.
iFitness iFittest is a fitness app for Android and iOS.
You’ll be able to set goals, track your workouts, and even monitor your workouts.18.
iBread iBrick is a browser extension that adds a widget to websites and allows you to add recipes and other resources to your site.19.
Todoist Todoism is a task management tool for iOS for businesses.
It lets you create task management templates that you’ll then share with others to help them create better tasks.20.
IFTTT IFTT is an open source project that lets third-party developers add support for new services, tools and platforms.
It was originally created by Facebook and is available for free and for paid services.21.
iDroid iDoom is an Android-based Android and Windows-based desktop app that’s designed to make creating and managing apps easy.
It helps users quickly create a task list, add and edit task items, and organize tasks.22.
Google Docs Google Doc is a simple, but powerful document-management app for smartphones and tablets.
The interface is intuitive, and there’s plenty of functionality to keep things organized.23. Mail