Once written, snippets of text can be sent as a text message or an email, posted to social networks, added to the calendar or reminders, copied to the clipboard, and saved to third party apps like Evernote and Clear.
Many users utilize Drafts as a one-stop app for all text input, and those power users will be pleased to hear that Drafts is now able organize notes into four tabs, allowing for both quick access notes, archives, and a view that includes all notes.
The new tabs can be used manually, with swipe gestures, or notes can be filed automatically after an action is taken. For example, if a crafted note is tweeted, Drafts can then automatically archive the note, hiding it out of site.
Drafts 3.0 also allows actions to be organized into four separate tabs and new actions have been added as well, including expanded support for Evernote. There's also a new extended keyboard and TextExpander support. Drafts has two separate versions for the iPad and the iPhone which are both available from the App Store. For full release notes, visit the Agile Tortoise website.
-Drafts for iPhone ($2.99) [Direct Link]
-Drafts for iPad ($3.99) [Direct Link]