With official, system-wide extensions on the way, the potential for Mac and especially iOS apps to work together expands immeasurably.
Actually, it explodes in an invigorating display of colors, delightful sounds, and hope.
Apps like 1Password can fill information directly into Safari forms and all the other apps that add support.
We can archive webpages in Evernote and Stache. Afterlight — really, any photo app — can edit photos right in the Camera Roll.
Even better, I’m just barely scratching the surface of this potential.
The genius of these extensions is the way they’re bundled with the apps.
If you have the app installed, you’ll see its extension in other apps automatically. And if you don’t, then you won’t.
And if you want to get rid of an app, you don’t have to do anything extra to remove its extensions — they get removed when the app gets removed.