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Old Jan 8, 2013, 12:13 AM   #1
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Whats your favorite app on you ipod or iphone
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Old Jan 10, 2013, 06:25 AM   #2
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Kinda hard to narrow down to one, but it's a tie between Twitterrific Premium and Pocket Informant Pro.
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Old Jan 10, 2013, 03:50 PM   #6
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Old Oct 2, 2013, 01:18 PM   #7
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Hate to dig up an old thread, but after using several calendar apps including Calendars 5 and Week Calendar and Logacal and a few others, I keep going back to Pocket Informant Pro. Seems to be the best solution for calendars AND iOS Reminders, plus Google syncing if that's your thing.

The newly updated PocketCasts is simply the best example of an iOS 7 app, it's that good.

The newly updated ProCamera is pretty darned nice too.
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Hate to dig up an old thread, but after using several calendar apps including Calendars 5 and Week Calendar and Logacal and a few others, I keep going back to Pocket Informant Pro. Seems to be the best solution for calendars AND iOS Reminders, plus Google syncing if that's your thing.

The newly updated PocketCasts is simply the best example of an iOS 7 app, it's that good.

The newly updated ProCamera is pretty darned nice too.
I cannot stand what they have done with the calendar in iOS 7. Looking at the screen shots especially this one: http://webis.net/wp/wp-content/uploa...enshot-291.png

Does it still look like this in the newest version. I know sites are not always updated in a timely fashion hence the question. I want to be able to view all my months events not with just a dot, but actually give me a some text with it also.
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I cannot stand what they have done with the calendar in iOS 7. Looking at the screen shots especially this one: http://webis.net/wp/wp-content/uploa...enshot-291.png

Does it still look like this in the newest version. I know sites are not always updated in a timely fashion hence the question. I want to be able to view all my months events not with just a dot, but actually give me a some text with it also.
Yeah it does, but if you gots lots of stuff, it gets cluttered in weekly and monthly view. For one, I like the stock calendar app.
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Yeah it does, but if you gots lots of stuff, it gets cluttered in weekly and monthly view. For one, I like the stock calendar app.
Even after the iOS 7 update. This is the only thing that bothers me. I really want to be able to see the month with a few characters next to each item. Like on the iPad. I know it is because of space limitations but dang it.
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Even after the iOS 7 update. This is the only thing that bothers me. I really want to be able to see the month with a few characters next to each item. Like on the iPad. I know it is because of space limitations but dang it.
Even after the iOS 7 update. I really like this app, probably more than Week Calendar.
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Even after the iOS 7 update. I really like this app, probably more than Week Calendar.
Are you referring to Pocket Information App or the stock Calendar app? Just want to make sure.
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Are you referring to Pocket Information App or the stock Calendar app? Just want to make sure.
Yeah, PI Pro. Even in week and month view, you get details and not just dots. It' great on my 1st gen iPad as well.
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Twitter, Tapatalk and Arsenal official.

Tapatalk is just so handy to read many forums.

The Arsenal app is free and allows us fans to listen live to every(?) match.

Twitter is just a good way to keep up to date with practically everything! Friends included!
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Thanks for sharing 2 & 3 will be getting those. Can't find 5 though?

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Hate to dig up an old thread, but after using several calendar apps including Calendars 5 and Week Calendar and Logacal and a few others, I keep going back to Pocket Informant Pro. Seems to be the best solution for calendars AND iOS Reminders, plus Google syncing if that's your thing.

The newly updated PocketCasts is simply the best example of an iOS 7 app, it's that good.

The newly updated ProCamera is pretty darned nice too.
Informant pro is my favorite also.
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After reading this thread I bought Pocket informant pro. I absolutely love it!! One of my favorite apps now
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Not well known, not fancy, it's free, has no ads, and is so extraordinary that it's earned it's place on my iPhone & iPad docks.

You've got to use it to experience all it's usefulness.

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Two more, both weather apps that I really like. They are clean and simple and give you exactly what you need.

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