iPhone Apps for Web Designers
iPhone and iPad App Reviews
If you have an iPhone or iPad, you have probably already tried to do some Web design work on it. These are some of the iPhone and iPad apps that About.com readers have used and recommend (or recommend you avoid).
FTP on the Go version 3 iPhone App Review
FTP on the Go is not technically an HTML editor, it's an FTP client for the iPhone. But it includes enough editing features to have it rank fairly highly in my reviews of HTML editors for the iPhone.
Textastic Code Editor for iPhone Profile
KyTekHTMLEditor - iPhone/iPad HTML Editor
KyTekHTMLeditor is a simple text editor for HTML documents stored on Google Docs.
A review of the Website management application: Web Test.
Color Stream - iPhone App Review
A review of the color palette builder Color Stream for the iPhone.
iSEO - iPhone App Review - Review of the iPhone SEO Tool iSEO
This is a review of the search engine optimization tool for the iPhone: iSEO.
iDig - iPhone App Review
This is a review of the sysadmin tool dig for the iPhone: iDig.
TouchTerm Pro - iPhone App Review
A review of the iPhone SSH app TouchTerm Pro.
Web Tools - iPhone App Review
A review of the iPhone domain tool Web Tools.
Whoiser - iPhone App Review
A review of the iPhone app domain tool Whoiser.
TouchTerm - iPhone App Review
A review of the iPhone SSH app TouchTerm.
iSSH - iPhone App Review
A review of the iPhone SSH app iSSH.
Colors Guide is an iPhone app that shows you the hex and RGB codes for colors. This is a review of the iPhone app Colors Guide.
95 iPhone Apps for Web Designers
If you have an iPhone or iPod touch, you have probably downloaded some of the popular games available for the device. But what you might not know is that there are many different apps that are useful to you as a Web designer. I've collected a list of 95 of the best apps for Web designers in 12 different categories. The list below gives you...
HTML Quik Ref - iPhone App Review
HTML Quik Ref is an iPhone app to provide examples of HTML tags on your iPhone.
Search engine optimization (SEO) and search engine marketing (SEM) can be very time consuming, but there are a few apps for the iPhone that can help you save time and manage your sites more effectively. These are the apps I could find listed in order of price.
Finding the perfect domain name can be a challenge. And if you think of a domain name while you're out and about, you might want to see if it's available right away. With these tools you can find out the availability of your domains or just research domains and IPs that are hitting your Web server listed in order of price.
If you bill by the hour, you need a way to keep track of the time you spend on various projects. There are many different time tracking apps for the iPhone. Some are conected to online services while others are strictly in the phone itself. Here are some of the apps I've looked at in order of price.
MobileStudio - iPhone App Review
MobileStudio is a file storage, editor, and reader. It is like a studio for managing your documents on your iPhone.
The iPhone is a great tool for reading the Web and email while on the go, but what if you find the perfect article and you want to blog about it? Or you just need to get some content written in an initial draft while you're commuting. These apps are great text editors for the iPhone. There are lots of editors for the iPhone, these are just some of the ones that I found listed in order …
iPhone File Storage Apps
One of the most popular types of app on the iPhone is the file storage app. These apps allow you to turn your iPhone into Wi-Fi storage of your files. This is perfect for the Web designer who works on multiple sites at multiple locations or who uses more than one machine to test or build pages. There are many more iPhone file storage apps than I...
Developer's Tool Kit - iPhone App Review
A review of the Web development reference for iPhone and iPod touch - Developer's Tool Kit.
Color Tool - iPhone App Review
A review of the color management app for iPhone and iPod touch - Hex-O-Matic.
Web Developer Bible
A review of the Web development reference for iPhone and iPod touch - Web Developer Bible.
Hex-O-Matic - iPhone App Review
A review of the color management app for iPhone and iPod touch - Hex-O-Matic.
When you're out and about, you might need to access your website or simply check something on the Internet. If you know where the closest Wi-Fi access point is you can stay online more effectively. These are the Wi-Fi detection apps that I found for the iPhone listed by price.
We all have passwords. And they can be very difficult to come up with secure ones and then remember them once we've got them. But these iPhone apps work great for generating secure passwords and then storing them securely so that you can look them up again later. These are the iPhone apps I've found for generating and securing passwords in order of price.
FTP is a way to get files from your computer to your website. On the iPhone that generally means transferring photos, but at least in the case of one app, you can FTP any file you can load onto your phone, photos are only part of it. These are some of the iPhone apps for FTP that I found in order of price.
Sometimes all you need to do is connect to your Web server to make a quick change. But if you don't have your laptop with you, this can be difficult, as not everyone has SSH on their computers. These SSH clients for your iPhone make it easy to login to your secure servers quickly and make whatever changes you need to make. Here are some of the SSH tools I found listed in order of price.
ColorRef - iPhone App Review
A review of the color palette builder ColorRef for the iPhone.
A review of the color palette creator for the iPhone cliqcliq Colors.
HTML Colors - iPhone App Review
A review of the color tool HTML Colors for the iPhone.
Color Picker iPhone App Review
A review of the hex to RGB color converter Color Picker iPhone app.
ColorSutra - iPhone App Review
A review of the color theme builder iPhone app ColorSutra.
A review of the color palette creator for the iPhone - Palettes.
Palettes Lite - iPhone App Review
A review of the color palette creator for the iPhone - Palettes Lite.
Follow how your Web pages are doing even when you're not at your computer. Use your iPhone or iPod to connect to Google Analytics with any of these tools and track your site's status. Get various reports and metrics so that you can follow your site's progress from anywhere. These apps are listed in order of price.
iPhone Color Tools
Choosing a color scheme can be a really fun part of Web design, but it can also take a lot of time. There are iPhone apps that help you create color schemes as well as convert RGB, CMYK, HSL, and hex to other color formats. There are even apps that will tell you the color schemes that go best with photos on your iPhone. Here are some of the color tools I found listed in order of price.
The HTML CheatSheet is an iPhone app that provides a reference manual for Web developers. It includes tags, colors, entities and more.
FTP on the Go
FTP on the Go is a great little iPhone app perfect for anyone who woks with files on a server or needs to transfer files between two computers.
iPhone Reference Applications for Web Designers
If you're on the go and need to look up a tag or color name it can be tedious to have to go to your computer, switch to a site with the reference and look up the information you need. But if you have an iPhone or iPod touch, you don't have to. Pick up these apps to get a full reference as close as your phone. Here are some of the reference tools...
Analytic iPhone App Review
This is an app that displays your Google Analytics information on the iPhone or iPad.