In the past, when you wanted to make a small website change, you had to wait until you could get home and access your laptop or desktop. Boy, have things changed today.
With the fast adaptation of the smartphones, there are hundreds upon hundreds of amazing apps that can make your web designing career a lot easier. If you're a proud owner of a phone that can access either iTunes or the Google Play Store, these are seven apps you should consider downloading:
#1 Google Docs
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#2 What the Font
Have you ever been on a website and wondered what font they used? Well, now you can. With What the Font, you can find the closest font with their massive font database collection.
If a website is going to load slow, it's going to be bad for search engines and the user's experience. Since it's crucial to have a website that loads faster than you can blink, this is where Loads.in comes into play. Simply plug in the URL and the app does the rest.
Web designers who work by the hour can often find it hard to keep track of time. Since you just don't want to throw out a random number, this is where the app, Paydirt, can come into play. PayDirt is an afford invoicing and time tracking application that keeps track of your time. Once you're done with that particular project, you can send off the bill to your client.
Out of all the photo editing apps on the market, Photochop probably takes the cake. This simple little app is a powerful tool that allows you to edit your iPhone pictures in a snap. Whether you want to make a simple crop or add a special effect, Photochop gets the job done fast.
#6 HTML Colors
This simple-to-use apps enables you to preview colors for the web in a HTML format. Whether you want to explore or find the right color format, it's a great way to play around with colors to get the combination you're looking for.
If you've played around with Photoshop or even use it, then you probably know how powerful this photo editing tool is. As its mobile companion, Adobe released Photoshop for the iPhone, which gives you access to photos that are uploaded on Photoshop.com. This app allows you to edit, upload and share your photos just like what you can do on the web.
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