Put.IO for iOS is a universal app that aims for the best user experience on the app store. It has iCloud syncing, in-app search and 16 language subtitle support. At last check the app has streamed over 7000 hours of video.
And is totally open source. Or $3. Your choice.
Folio deals with downloading gigabytes of images and metadata. The app exposes no Apple styled views unobtrusively leaving the content itself to make its own statements. Lots of cool animations.
Mixtapes was created so I could make new playlists for friends that could change as we change. I update my Mixtapes for a certain someone weekly.
Free, open souce & needs a paid Spotify account.
Cocoadocs is a sister project of Cocoapods, it uses the Cocoapods repository of open source code to generate documentation for all 3000-odd different podspecs. This was originally ran on my laptop and pushed up to S3 but now has a place incrementally docing your pods in the cloud.
pt is a gem that is a command line interface to pivotal tracker. It's a much faster way to create new issues, and to get an overview of your things to do.
WIP, the greatest way to find and browse GIFs on the mac.This should improve in the future. To quote a cocoapod dev "This is what you'll be famous for."
A generic API for different analytics platforms on iOS. A useful library used in 5 apps of mine now.
Chairs makes hot-swapping iOS simulator app directories easy. Dealing with migrations and large syncs is now not so time consuming.
I wrote a text adventure game framework to help kids learn objective-c. I nowadays I make people presents in the form of simple games with this.
I welcome competition for my Put.IO app. So I generified the networking used into my app and turned it into a cocoapod for anyone else to use.
The easiest way to set your desktop background to some amazingly epic space wallpapers. Powered by the reddit search from GIFs. No link yet, probably could do with putting it online.
I run a meetup in manchester called NSManchester. It's the last wednesday of every month and we talk about cool cocoa stuff.
I blog here: artsy.net/orta
I write technical here: artsy.github.com
I make stuff here: github.com/orta
I natter here: twitter.com/orta