Blogging and Writing
PlainText: From the same creators of Whiteroom, PlainText is a simple writing app that doesn’t distract you in any way and does exactly what it’s meant to. PlainText syncs with your Dropbox account to avoid file sharing problems even though this free version is supported by ads, albeit to a degree (they aren’t intrusive or distracting at all).
Wordpress: If you use Wordpress for your blogging inclinations or have your own self hosted blog, you can get to blogging with the Wordpress App for iPad in a jiffy. Though there is no WYSIWYG (What You See is What You Get) agent and you can only insert images above or below your text or other content, this is a good tool to use if you like mapping out your blogs beforehand and you can use this for that perfectly.
Evernote: This app is far from a writing-only and blogging app, Evernote is also an incredibly competent personal data organizer with options to include audio recording too, you can use it as your pocket assistant since ?it syncs with your Evernote account online and on your desktop to boot. Evernote is more than just an app, it’s a huge leap in to a whole new way of living, people see it as a necessity, others (obviously a bit out there!) resemble it to breathing! But I do have to give these people some credit, it’s an amazing app that will help you in so many ways.
Clockwork Notebook: There is a lot of advanced functionality hidden in the simple notebook app including handwritten doodles, sticky notes, and an undo button -all in one surprisingly free package. If all you need is an app to jot down light bulb circuitry then this app is perfect for you.. Bakari also wrote an extensive article on free iPad writing apps that we didn’t have space to include here, so be sure to read that too, a very enlightening read.