The Million Dollar iPad – Update on New Firm and Apps – 8/15/2016

Good morning, Million Dollar iPad Tribe.

Things have been quiet for a bit . . . and for good reasons.
First, I’ve started a new law firm—Grossberg & Hoehn—so you can imagine the time and energy it’s taken to get up and running. My iOS devices have been my primary tools for staying organized, responding to all the internal and external needs, and keeping powerfully centered as I move forward. If you’re interested, you can visit the new firm online at:

Second, there just haven’t been that many new apps published that have reached out and grabbed my attention. If they have, they haven’t been put into my workflow. I will only share apps and workflow tips with you that I actually use.

That doesn’t mean there isn’t anything for us to talk about today. But, we’re going to visit an old friend—Microsoft.

That’s right.


I am now using many of Microsoft’s apps on my iOS devices. Everything from calendaring, to content creation, to drawing/handwritten notes, etc.

So, to make things easy for you, here’s a list of the iOS apps I’ve got:

Outlook – This is my primary go-to app for mail and calendar now.

Word – You want wordprocessing? Here ya go.

Excel – I live in spreadsheets in order to organize my businesses.

Pix – An amazing camera app that automatically tweaks settings. I could spend an entire page writing about what this app does. You’ll have to check it out yourself and be impressed.

Office Lens – The scanner in my pocket. Enough said.

PowerPoint – I prefer Keynote as my slide deck generator and presentation tool, but . . . hey . . . I had to list Microsoft’s version.

OneDrive – While I still use Dropbox, this cloud storage is so easy to use, particularly when done in conjunction with Office 365.

OneNote – This is an amazing notebook that allows you to capture all your thoughts, photos, writings, etc.

Skype – Lots of people use Skype to communicate. You might as well have this on your iOS device so you can give your clients the best service possible.

Word Flow Keyboard – I love this keyboard add-on.

There are many more apps available. These are the ones I use. If you’d like to get an all-in-one-place listing for these and other Microsoft apps, take a look here:

That’s it for today. Here’s to your continued iOS success! – Scott


Scott’s New FREE Report Is About To Be Released

Greetings, Million Dollar iPad Tribe –

I’m about to release a FREE REPORT called, “Secrets For Staying On Track – The 29 Amazing Tools I Use Every Day.” The report will contain some of the *new* mobile workflow and productivity secrets I’m using right now.

Each of you is going to be able to download this in the near future.

Stay tuned . . .

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Here’s to your continued iOS success! – Scott

The Million Dollar iPad – App Update – 4/15/2016

Good morning, all. I trust this finds all of you amazing and that you’re successfully using your iOS devices! There are some GREAT app deals I want to share with you today.

If you like to annotate and make notes with other source materials, MarginNote Pro is something you should consider. With MarginNote Pro you can create multi-dimensional notebooks from fragmented annotations & notes. MarginNote Pro is normally $6.99. Today it is only $.99. You SAVE $6.

Publisher Website:

App Store Link:

Users have been raving about Textilus Pro and claiming that its the best wordprocessor for your iOS device. I’m not going that far, but I will tell you that the app is on both my iPad and iPhone! Textilus Pro is normally $5.99. Today it is only $.99. You SAVE $5.

Publisher Website:

App Store Link :

Do you work with PDF documents? Then you’ll want to to check out PDF Forms. With this app, you can complete fill-in-the-blanks, sign, and annotate Adobe PDF forms and documents. PDF Forms is normally $8.99. Today it is FREE. You SAVE nearly $9.

Publisher Website:

App Store Link:

That’s all for now. Here’s to your continued iOS success! – Scott

The Million Dollar iPad – Day One 2 Journal FREE

Good afternoon, Million Dollar iPad Tribe!

For those of you who like to journal, you might be interested in a FREE offering from Apple for Day One 2!

Here’s how you get it:
1. OPEN the APPLE STORE app on your device (not the APP STORE).
2. SCROLL down until you see the “Keep a beautiful journal” banner and the Day One logo. It should be right under Featured Accessories.
3. TAP on “Download Day One 2 free.”
4. FOLLOW the instructions including TAPPING on Redeem.
Want to know more about Day One 2? Take a look >>>
That’s it for today. Here’s to your continued iOS success! – Scott

The Million Dollar iPad – Apps – 3/22/2016

Good morning, Million Dollar iPad Tribe.

I have a couple of apps that have gone on sale today for you to consider.

First, for those of you who like to read AND take notes on your iOS devices (that’s right – BOTH iPad and iPhone), you will want to consider MarginNote Pro. Using both the pdf and epub formats, this app provides a rather unique and time-saving approach to reviewing, using, and researching information. Normally, this app is $6.99. Today it is only $.99. You save $6.00.

App Store Link:

Second, if you create screenplays or scripts (and, quite frankly, anyone in the public speaking arena should consider putting their presentations in script format if, for no other reason, the timing ability it provides you), you will want to consider Scripts Pro. The app allows you to generates industry standard screenplay formatting on both your iPad and iPhone. Scripts Pro is normally $11.99. Today it is on sale for $9.99. You save $2.00.

App Store Link:

That’s it for today. Here’s to your continued iOS success! – Scott

The Million Dollar iPad – Some Amazing Workflow Ideas

Good morning, Million Dollar iPad Tribe.

Powerfully and elegantly managing my businesses, colleagues, projects, and customer/client expectations is what I’m all about. The real value I bring to my co-workers and customers/clients is my commitment to bringing them the greatest experience they’ve ever had.

That all begins with project management. I thought I’d spend a few moments sharing with you the tools that I personally use to keep it all together, running smoothly, and creating and capturing value.

First, for internal team communication, we use Slack ( I love their motto, by the way: Work Hard. Go Home. Think of Slack as instant messenger and text messaging on steroids. I get hundreds of emails a day. Yes, I could go through my email, use the search function, hone in on keywords, etc. Slack allows us (again, internally) to keep things all in one place and it’s so easy for me to use on my iPhone and iPad. I do NOT use Slack for outside communications; for that, I still use email.

In using Slack, we have the following channels (think of them as topics):

Office Management

The basic version of Slack is FREE!

App Store Link:

You can also use Slack online or as a desktop app.

Second, for checklists and to-dos, I am in love (that’s right – LOVE) with Asana ( Asana is FREE for up to 30 members and you can have multiple projects.

I have Asana set up so that my colleagues and I can all post and schedule action items that keep us on track, highly focused, and insanely interactive (e.g., that means we’re highly efficient and effective). One quick tip: use action words to create your Asana items, not just reminders. You can use your standard calendar for reminders. Asana is best used, in my opinion, as an accountability tool. (By the way, you, too, are going to LOVE the email updates that Asana sends you.)

And you’ll be fascinated by the way Slack and Asana can be integrated to work together.

There is an app version for your iPhone and iPad. For desktop use, you must use the web/online version.

App Store Link:

Once you get to know Asana, you will want to take your use of it to the next level of amazing. Do a Google search and you will find all kinds of power user tips and tricks!!!

I can’t wait to read of your success with these two workflow dynamos. Here’s to your continued iOS success! – Scott

The Million Dollar iPad – Apps – 3/7/2016

Good morning, Million Dollar iPad Tribe.

I just finished trial in federal court. You can imagine the case and project management that had to take place. All of the management took place using iThoughts iOS ( Indeed, for those of you who remember the old Lotus Notes program (I’d actually return to DOS if I could get that program back), I have found a strategy and workflow that emulates Lotus Notes using iThoughts iOS!!!!

If you don’t yet know about iThoughts iOS, check it out here:

App Store Link:

It’s $11.99 – not one of the least expensive apps. But . . . it’s one of the apps that I USE ALL THE TIME and it has paid for itself in time and money savings and my own peace of mind long ago.

By the way, I use iThoughts on my iPad and iPhone. It is synced to Dropbox ( Then I use XMind Pro ( on my desktop to work seamlessly between mobile and fixed workstations.

For those of you who like to plan your work and brainstorm with Post-It® Notes, you might enjoy Stickyboard 2. As the publishers say, it’s a giant whiteboard with a never-ending stack of sticky notes ( Ordinarily, the iPad app is $9.99. Today it is FREE!

App Store Link:

That’s it for today. Here’s to your continued iOS success! – Scott