If you are like me, you probably have a wallet full of discount cards, vouchers, business cards. Sometimes it gets too cluttered it won't even fit in my pocket. You can't just throw them away either; you might need them again, and a lot of them just look nice. Now you can keep them in your phone with CardCopy. Leave the cards at home, take the copies in your phone with you, and have more space for other stuff.
CardCopy is now available! Get it now!
As Objective-C becomes more and more popular, and projects become bigger and bigger, and as code grows, so does the amount of log messages in Xcode's console, to the point that sometimes it isn't useful anymore. Of course, you can always add log levels to your project; that is another story. What I miss more in Xcode, that I loved in Eclipse, was the ability to filter messages from the debug console.
Which is where DebugSearch comes in.
DebugSearch let you do just that; filter messages on the console via a search string. Just build the project (it installs itself as part of the build process), restart XCode, and set your filter by typing this into the console:
From now on, only messages with "some filter" in the string will be displayed in your console.
Try it out! It even works with the latest Xcode 6 beta. Get it from my github.
If you want to try pairing your Pebble with your OSX desktop, then PebMessage is for you. Get it from my github. PebMessage is a plugin that lets you send messages to your Pebble from your OSX machine with a very simple REST-like API. You can write scripts to trigger notifications from you desktop to your watch, e.g. when you receive emails, JIRA ticket status changes, git commits, jenkins statuses, etc.
You want to forward Notification Center messages to your Pebble? There is also a SIMBL plugin available for that. You can also get it from my github. Just install it as you would any other SIMBL plugin, and any app you start after installing it, if it generates notifications, will also send notifications to your Pebble. This is based on SIMBL and experimental, so it is still hit and miss - it works with Adium though, so I use it a lot with that.
I am currently working on a system that can receive messages created from the OSX desktop, and just finished creating the server, but I realized that it can already be useful to some people: the Pingit Server acts as a message store where you can push and pull messages from. For the download and example usage, go to the project page.
The Notetaker is a notes/photos app that allows you to quickly type in notes or take photos of anything that you want to take note of. It can also sync to your Google Drive (requires log in). The Notetaker's editor also allows you to undo/redo changes before you save them, by just swiping left/right. Supports iOS7! Get it here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/the-notetaker/id707128893?ls=1&mt=8