In just a little more than a year, Agile Tortoise’s Drafts has gone from being a quick notepad for small bits of text to a full-featured solution for launching apps, using web services, and chaining multiple apps together – always with a focus on text. With version 2.5, released in January, developer Greg Pierce expanded upon Drafts’ existing support for URL schemes to let users build their own actions and share them with others; in the process, he also updated Drafts to handle advanced operations such as customizable Dropbox write access, strftime timestamps, and deeper x-callback-url support.
The only review of Drafts 3 for iOS that you’ll need to read. Federico includes photos, videos and examples in this extremely detailed write up that gives you a comprehensive look at Drafts. By the end of it you’ll feel like you’ve been using the app for weeks.