Whether you’re just starting out on your developing path, or a seasoned programmer, we’ve compiled some of the best iPhone apps for developers to make life a little bit easier. This piece follows on from our previous post: Top 8 iPhone Apps For Developers On-The-Go.
Evernote isn’t even developer specific, but it’s such a great tool that everyone should have it. But why? Well, it’s the next level note-taking app (because who uses Notes anymore?) that lets you combine media, lists, notes and documents. Plus, a number of third party in-app plugins are available, allowing the app to take on even more content. Not only is it diverse, adaptable and free, it is also available on all mobile platforms.
Price: FREE ; Plus: £19.99 (offline access, save emails, add passcode) ; Premium: £34.99 per year (1GB of storage etc.)
This isn’t necessarily for a developer on the move, but if you’re even vaguely tech savvy, you’ll probably want to find yourself a decent VPN app. And this is one you want. It’s simple, very user-friendly and full of bear puns.
Price: FREE (for up to 500MB) or $2.99 a month or $29.99 per year for unlimited data (across all your devices).
If you’re in need of quick and easy network analysis, Fing is the app for you. In seconds, you can see all the devices that are connected to your Wi-Fi alongside a bunch of other handy features. Plus, there are no ads!
Need a quick way of checking your current download and upload speeds? Well, luckily the speedtest.net app does exactly what it says on the tin, and is a decent down-sized version of the full desktop site.
5. C Reference
Whether you’re an experienced C programmer, or just learning, this reference app can be used for quick referencing or studying up. All data is available offline, and each function contains a syntax guide, a description and gives an example of the type of code.
You may just want to keep an eye on what is and isn’t supported in HTML5, or you want a full reference app at the touch of a, well, touch-screen button. Either way, this free reference guide should fulfil all your on-the-move HTML needs.