Whether you're tired of the stripped-down functionality of Twitter's native iOS app, or you're just ready for something new, Tweetbot ($3) has just updated their iPhone app, and it's better than ever. Most noticeable for those of you who have used previous versions of Tweetbot are the design changes, as it now looks much more at home on iOS7 with a paired-down, minimalist white interface, rounded avatars, new animations, and transitions. They've also made it simpler to use, getting a lot of the chrome out of the way in favor of a content-first focus. It now takes fewer swipes to view profiles, and see conversations, while some of the same features you've always liked are still present (muting functionality, customizable screens, and much more).
If you've spent any time drawing and painting with Paper on your iPad, you know it's about the most beautiful, easiest way to create art on a tablet. With the FiftyThree x Moleskine Book ($40), you can turn collections of the digital art you create using Paper into a custom-made and bound book. Thanks to their partnership with Moleskin, each 15-page foldout book is made of high-quality Italian paper, with a durable cover and an elastic band to keep it all together — just like your favorite notebook.
Because you forget so much of what you dream almost instantly, at some point in your life you've probably thought it would be a worthwhile pursuit to maintain a journal full of your crazy shut-eye antics. Shadow ($8) takes the idea of a dream journal, and expands on it, making it into a smartphone app. It's part alarm clock, part dream journal, and part cloud-connected application, letting you record your dreams as you wake up, either by voice or text. But, Shadow has loftier ambitions than being just another dream journal. After you record your dreams, certain keywords and data about your dreams are added anonymously to a database, collecting information from a yet-untapped datasource: our collective subconscious.