✱ Tally – Quick Counter App

Tally is a quick counter app.

Tally’s gesture based user interface is designed around making it simple to do tally counts on the iPhone without the need to look back at the device to locate the right button. Launch the app, and tap anywhere to increment the active counter. Make a mistake, swipe down to count in reverse.

Whether counting attendance, laps or just something around the house, Tally is there to help.


Now that you’ve got those shiny new iTunes gift cards, it’s the perfect time to grab some useful apps. It’s no secret that I’m a big fan of Agile Tortoise, and again, I thank them for sponsoring the site. Tally is currently only $0.99. Grab it.

Tally - Quick Counter App [Sponsor] »

Tally is a quick counter app.

Tally’s gesture based user interface is designed around making it simple to do tally counts on the iPhone without the need to look back at the device to locate the right button. Launch the app, and tap anywhere to increment the active counter. Make a mistake, swipe down to count in reverse.

Whether counting attendance, laps or just something around the house, Tally is there to help.


I had the privilege of beta testing Tally, and it’s the perfect scratch-an-itch type of app. Often at work I need to count up totals of various things, and hammering away on a calculator was usually my only option. Tally completely fixes that. It’s fast, straightforward, and easy to use. It’s no secret that I’m a big fan of Agile Tortoise, and I thank them for sponsoring the site. Tally is currently only $0.99. Grab it.

Snapheal 2.0 [Sponsor] »

My thanks to MacPhun, makers of Snapheal and other great Mac and iOS apps for sponsoring the site.

Meet Snapheal 2.0 - the superhero Mac app to help you fix images in minutes.

Snapheal erases unwanted objects, heals skin, deletes text and scratches, and does other photo editing magic faster and better than most expensive software. Watch Snapheal in action in this video. For a limited time you can get Snapheal for $7.99 on the App Store.

As a part of the launch and special promo for R&R readers, we’re giving away 20 copies of Snapheal! To get a copy simply email the creators of the app at MacPhun. First 20 to get in touch get the app.

Again, my sincere thanks to MacPhun for sponsoring this week.

✱ Week Calendar [Sponsor]

My thanks once again to Utilitap for sponsoring the site these last two weeks. Utilitap are the creators of the fantastic app Week Calendar. Week Calendar is an app I’ve used every day since it launched. The variety of calendar views and incredible amount of customization has made it my favorite calendar app by far. I’ve been lucky enough to have beta tested their upcoming version, and the added features are fantastic. You can read my initial thoughts here.

Week Calendar makes it incredibly easy to both enter new events and get a look at your schedule quickly. It has an almost unparalleled feature set inlcuding:

  • Week view
  • Native calendar syncing
  • 7 different calendar views
  • Batch editing
  • Versatile action menu
  • Search
  • Cut, copy & paste events
  • Custom sync-able calendar colors
  • Drag & drop
  • Customizable event templates
  • Gestures
  • Inline editing
  • Event sharing
  • Complex recurrence
  • Timezone support
  • Fullscreen mode
  • Highly customizable Alarms
  • Ability to send to Due (lots more apps coming soon)

To be honest, there’s loads of other features that I haven’t mentioned. If you’re interested in supporting the site and a great app, pick up Week Calendar today. Anyone who regularly uses the calendar on their iPhone should be a Week Calendar user. My thanks again to the folks at Utilitap for sponsoring.