Monthly Archives: July 2015

The Million Dollar iPad – Apps Update – 7/7/2015

Good morning, all!

We finally have some apps to talk about . . .

You know I’m a proponent of CRM (contact relations management) no what industry or profession in which you find yourself. The app that I personally use is Contacts Journal CRM because it stores the data on my iOS device rather than relying on the Cloud. Normally, this app is $19.99. Today, it’s only $9.99. You save $10.00.

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inShort is one of those intriguing apps that I keep on my devices because it fills a rather unique need: diagramming processes. Normally, this app is $8.99. Today, it is only $3.99. You save $5.00.

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Are you one of those who loves to paste Post-It® Notes everywhere? Well, Stickyboard 2 is an app for you. Normally, this app is $4.99. Today, it is FREE. You save $4.99.

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Finally, Lit Software has released a marvelous document review app. Originally intended for use in the legal profession, DocReviewPad is an elegant, easy, and effective way to:

  • Import and organize hundreds or thousands of pages
  • Automatically assign custom Bates numbers to each page
  • Mark your documents as Confidential, Privileged, Responsive, or Relevant
  • Create and assign your own custom Issue Codes (e.g. Dr. Smith)
  • Annotate your documents with highlights or pen marks, and add flags with notes
  • Create custom Reports with the Bates range, number of pages, etc.
  • Export production sets according to customized parameters
  • Export to TrialPad (another Lit Software app)

DocReviewPad is priced at $89.99; higher than most of the apps we talk about here. But . . . you need to ask yourself if the value such an impressive app brings to your own workflow far exceeds what the publisher is charging? Many of you, I anticipate, will find this app becomes a necessary part of your workflow.

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


A New Book from Scott . . . What everybody ought to know about Success and Happiness . . .

Happy Sunday, Million Dollar iPad Tribe –

I trust you had a magnificent and safe 4th of July (for those of you in the United States).

As you’ve likely noticed, there just hasn’t been a lot to report on the iOS app front. With the new watch and Macbook models arriving, it appears developers have taken to improving what’s already out there and waiting for the right time to release new programs for iOS that are really remarkable. You can be sure I’ll report about it if and when I think an app meets our criteria.

In the meantime, I wanted to let you know about a new book I’ve written that is now available on Amazon (and at other booksellers): The Most Magical Secret – 4 Weeks to an Ecstatic Life. I’m very excited about this new project. It’s already garnering some great praise and Amazon has both the print and Kindle versions listed in its Hot Bestselling New Releases.

Here’s a fun little promo you will enjoy.
The Most Magical Secret What Everybody Ought to KnowThanks, in advance, for letting me mention The Most Magical Secret – 4 Weeks to an Ecstatic Life.

Have a great rest of your weekend! – Scott