Mobile apps are emerging technology which helps everybody to get benifets from it. Its development is moving very fast and there are hundreds and thousands of apps released every day to help and entertain people and make their life easier. Web Designers and Developers are also following the lead to make things simple and life easier. In this article i compiled a list of 10 great free mobile apps which make me handy and approchable all the time i think you should give them a try, you may like them.

1.AndFTP:

Platform: Android

AndFTP is a FTP, SFTP, SCP, FTPS client for Android devices. It allows managing several FTP servers. It comes with both a device file browser and a FTP file browser. It provides download, upload features with resume support and folder synchronization. Use device menu to rename, delete, copy, set permissions and create folders.

2.ConnectBot: 

Platform: Andriods

ConnectBot is a Secure Shell client for the Android platform. Its ultimate goal is to create a secure connection through which you can use a shell on a remote machine and transfer files back and forth to your phone.

3.Doodle Buddy:

Platform: iPhone

Doodle Buddy is an iPhone app which let you quickly sketch out design ideas and anything else with your fingers. Colors included.

4.Dropbox: 

Platform:  Android, BlackBerry, iPhone

Web designers and developers use Dropbox to seamlessly sync files between a number of Macs or PCs. However, the service’s online component means documents can potentially be accessed via any mobile device as well. If you’ve got an iPhone, the free Dropbox app enables faster access to your files, although it doesn’t automatically download them.

5.Evernote: 

Platform: Android, BlackBerry, iPhone, Windows Mobile

Evernote makes it easy to remember things big and small from your everyday life using your computer, phone, tablet and the web. If you’re a designer or developer, chances are that you spend a lot of time inside your head, thinking about stuff and coming up with ideas. Although this is a key part of day-to-day creative work, ideas are often lost because there’s no easy way to record them for later retrieval. Evernote is therefore a perfect service for people in the creative web industry, as it enables you to collect, store and access all manner of things – web pages, photos, ideas, chunks of code, screen grabs and sounds. It then organises them all automatically, and you can further refine your notes by tagging and placing them into notebooks.

6.Palettes:

Platform: iPhone

Palettes is a powerful productivity tool for creating and maintaining color palettes. Great for creating color schemes. Now you can create a color palette anywhere at anytime. Grab colors from a photograph, a website, or add colors using any one of 5 color models. Quickly find matching colors with support for many different color schemes. You may create and store any number of palettes.

7.Thinking Space:

Platform: Andriods

Create visual thought maps that help organize and plan your activities and ideas Thinking Space is a Mind Mapping application for Android.

8.View Web Source: 

Platform: Android

Most web users don’t care about source code, so it’s perfectly understandable that mobile browsers don’t shoehorn a View Source option into streamlined user interfaces. For developers, though, the ability to peek under the hood is of paramount importance. On Android, View Web Source enables you to load the source of any URL of your choosing, search the resulting text, and also copy and paste the code.

9.What The Font:

Platform: iPhone

Identify the fonts in a photo or web graphic! Ever seen a great font in a magazine ad, poster, or on the web and wondered what font it is? Whip out your iPhone and snap a photo, and WhatTheFont for iPhone will identify that font in seconds!

Features:

  • Snap a photo right within the app
  • Choose saved photos from the Photo Library
  • In-phone image processing optimizes upload for speed and accuracy
  • View font details in Safari or e-mail a link to yourself

10.WordPress: 

Platform: Android, BlackBerry, iPhone

You can use WordPress via your mobile device’s browser, that’s a route for masochists only. Instead, if you’ve a WordPress blog and an Android, BlackBerry or iPhone, download the relevant app to write and edit posts, and manage comments and images.