I recommend How To Cook Everything.
iOS 6 famously included Apple’s home-grown Maps, and to be frank, they aren’t always awesome. While Google’s offering isn’t perfect, either, it will be nice to have both when out and about.
Correction: “aren’t always awesome” should be replaced by “are utter shit”.
The current version of the app is essentially an Objective-C shell with a Web browser inside. When it comes to speed, this is like putting the engine of a Smart Car in the body of a Ferrari.
I don’t use a Mac anymore, but when I did I loved Coda, and I suspect that Coda 2 is even better. I really like the fact that you can use an iPad with Diet Coda as a dedicated preview device.
A well-researched writeup regarding the lack of good typography on the iPad.
Turn your iPad / iPhone into a convenient side monitor for your Mac desktop. iDisplay is a universal app specially optimized for iPad and iPhone/iPod Touch screens.
Excellent idea, especially when used with a large-screen device like the iPad. Not sure how well the app actually works, however.