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The Best iPhone Apps for Web Designers & Developers

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If you’re a web designer or developer in search of some iPhone applications designed to make your life a little easier, then you need to check out my collection of the best iPhone apps for designers and developers.  From creating colour combinations and editing images, to keeping track of billing and following up on conversations with clients, these apps will help you accomplish loads of tasks right from your iPhone!

cliqcliq Colors

If you’re a designer who gets inspired when you’re on the go, then this is the perfect app for you!  When you see a colour or a combination of colours you like, simply take a photo and cliqcliq Colors will automatically extract the colours and create a palette for you.  You can also use this app to share your colour palettes with others, or check out the colour combinations other users have created.

HTML Writer

This app enables designers and developers to easily create and edit web pages from their iPhones!  HTML Writer will automatically insert basic tags like head and body, and there are tons of tag buttons for inserting tags, tag attributes and code snippets.  This app also has built in FTP functionality, and it includes an iPhone version of Programmer’s Notepad.

Adobe Photoshop Express

If you like Photoshop, then you’ll love this app!  With Adobe Photoshop Express, you can take photos with your iPhone and crop, rotate, and flip them, as well as apply a range of different effects and filters.  This app also enables you to edit the saturation, tint, and exposure of your images, and then upload, store, and share them on photoshop.com.

WhatTheFont

Have you ever seen the perfect font for your latest project on a movie poster or book cover, but you had no way of figuring out the name of the font?  With WhatTheFont, an iPhone app, you can take a picture of the font and use MyFont’s identification service to find out exactly what the font is called, so you can use it in a future project!

iBillto

If you’re looking for an iPhone app designed to help you with your billing, then you need to check out iBillto!  This app lets you record client information, their respective billing rates, and the amount of time you spend working on certain projects, all from your iPhone.  iBillto is the perfect iPhone app for designers and developers who need a little help managing their billing.

iWebKit

Have you been searching for an iPhone app that meets a unique need you have as a web developer, but you just haven’t been able to find it?  Then you need iWebKit, an app designed to help you create your very own iPhone applications!  iWebKit is a fast, easy to use, and extendable framework for creating iPhone compatible websites and applications, making it a great app for developers and designers.

CSS Gallery

If you’re a designer or developer who gets inspired by other websites, then you need to download CSS Gallery, an iPhone app that helps you stay up to date on the latest trends in web design!  CSS Gallery aggregates multiple web design galleries, so you can browse, save, and share the latest in web design right from your iPhone.  CSS Gallery is the ideal iPhone application for web designers and developers looking for inspiration!

FollowUp

Organisation is paramount for busy designers and developers, and FollowUp is the perfect iPhone app for anyone who has difficulty keeping track of tasks and conversations.  FollowUp logs interactions with your contacts, and enables you to choose a date to follow up on the conversation.  This is especially useful for designers and developers who are handling multiple projects at the same time, because it will remind you to get the answers you need to keep the deadline you’ve set.

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9 Comments

  1. On February 2, 2012 at 9:37 pm

    Mike said:

    I find FTP on the go is a very useful app. I will have a look at the cheatsheet apps you mentioned. Thanks!

  2. On July 14, 2011 at 7:49 pm

    IT Support said:

    I’ve got ‘type specimen’ and ‘.net magazine’ installed too..

    Along with the essential ‘WordPress’ app that I use to blog on all my sites.

  3. On July 11, 2011 at 10:06 pm

    pubs in bolton said:

    Nice list, the WhatTheFont sound awesome, how many times I’ve seen a logo and couldn’t work out the front, hope it works as good as it sounds, Thank you Cat

  4. On May 4, 2011 at 7:31 pm

    Dmitry said:

    How about LittleSnapper for the iPhone! I thought that might just be useful to a web dev! Surprised not to see that one.

  5. On April 18, 2011 at 1:38 pm

    stephanie said:

    Hi cat, I agree with you. The photoshop app is worth looking at it. Keep it up 🙂

  6. On April 15, 2011 at 12:48 pm

    Ryan Sammut said:

    Nice Find 🙂 The css one especially looks cool, I agree with the above poster, the photoshop one is cool for modyfing some pics really quick.

  7. On April 4, 2011 at 4:41 am

    Stradbroke Island said:

    The Photoshop app looks worth having – and it’s free too! Thanks : )

  8. On March 22, 2011 at 10:32 pm

    Mike said:

    Thanks for the list.

    My favorite is Whatthefont.

    Thanks,
    Mike

  9. On March 22, 2011 at 4:04 pm

    video production said:

    ive always wondered what the photoshop app would be like as i use the proper version in work – guess i’ll go give it a go!