Nearest Contacts geotags your contacts, and then shows them to you, arranged by how close they are, as a list or on a map.
What’s it good for? On the road, it’s a quick reminder of which of your friends, family, or colleagues are nearby.
Calling on a customer? Use Nearest Contacts to find other customers that are nearby.
Nearest Contacts shines when you use your Contacts app to record your favorite restaurants, hotels, and other points of interest. If you’re like us, this kind of information, if it gets recorded at all, tends to be randomly distributed across notes, calendars and what-not. But your iPhone’s address book works great for this, with addresses, phone numbers, URLs, and your own notes.
So use Contacts to remember your favorite sites, and Nearest Contacts to help you find them when you're in the area.
Contact Groupist lets you organize your Contacts into groups, functionality available in macOS, but not in the iOS Contacts app. Groups will appear on your other devices as well. Note that contact groups are not fully supported by all services; they work best for iCloud-based contacts.
PhotoNav lets you choose a photo from your photo library, see where it was taken, and get directions there. Simple.
Any Day Journal
Any day is a good day to start a journal…
Any day is a good day to start a journal; to promise, again, to tell the truth — the whole, nothing but, etc, etc. The gaps don't matter — it’s the writing down that counts.
The line is from one of Logan Mountstuart’s journals, in William Boyd's Any Human Heart.
NOTE: Any Day Journal is no longer under active development. We will keep it up to date for new iOS and iPhone versions as long as practical, but we don’t recommend it for new users.