Over on The Sweet Setup, we spent all day compiling a list of the most interesting iOS 8 app updates. The sheer number of new things our iPads and iPhones can now do is overwhelming. It's going to take a few weeks to fully absorb it all.
Here are just a few of my own favorite new things:
1Password feels a lot more deeply embedded within iOS thanks to its new Touch ID integration, Safari extension, and app extension.
Day One can now be unlocked via Touch ID, while its Notification Center widget allows you to compare two images side-by-side—for example, a photo from today next to a photo from exactly one year ago.
Instapaper updated to version 6 with a ton of new features, most notably a system-wide extension for sending content to your account.
Transmit for iOS is more than an update; it's a wholly new app, one I've been wishing for a long time. I thought they would never make the transition from Mac to iOS, and boy am I glad they've finally done it. Already better than every existing FTP/Amazon S3 client for iOS, and it's just $10 for a limited time.
Head over to our Sweet Setup article for the full rundown of awesome iOS 8 updates. There's way more to check out than I've mentioned here.