|Nov 9, 2012, 09:02 AM||#1|
Anyone know of a (reference) app like this?
I'm looking for an app that will provide common reference information offline. I want an assortment of information like pages that would be found in a traditional planner. Time zones, multiplication tables, the periodic table. Things of that nature. It would be even better if I could somehow add my own sheets to this.
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|Nov 9, 2012, 12:48 PM||#2|
Sorry, no. I guess since all that info is so close at hand on the internet, few people would be satisfied with one version of a compilation.
But you could very quickly amass such a thing, tuned to your taste, by downloading all that info from Google Images, and making your own document. You could put all the images in one pdf, or keep them separate.
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