|Feb 10, 2013, 12:14 PM||#27|
Just to mention a few:
Jet Car Stunts
And many more, and I also have probably more than 100 apps that I have barely begun testing.
|Feb 10, 2013, 01:37 PM||#29|
Zinio - for magazine subscriptions
MOG/SiriusXM - music (paid subscription)
Slingplayer - live streaming of Directv via Slingbox at home
Directv - limited when compared to Slingplayer, but it is still pretty useful
Nightstand - clock
Rowmote Pro - used to control a mac mini that I have hooked to a TV
The Weather Channel
Downcast - podcasts
Remote - great for controlling music or AppleTVs
Denon app - great for controlling my Denon receiver
Eyefi app - great for transferring photos from my camera
Snapseed - quick editing of photos
Netflix/Amazon Prime - movies
Airfoil Touch Speakers - turns iPad into Airplay receiver
This is the "short" list, but I have a lot more apps that get used frequently.
2011 27 inch iMac
2011 15 inch MBP
and bunch of other stuff.
|Feb 10, 2013, 02:36 PM||#30|
|Feb 10, 2013, 07:37 PM||#31|
But I only have 6.4GB left of free space.
MacBook Pro 13" 2.3Ghz, 8GB RAM ; 16GB iPhone 5 ; 32GB iPad mini
|Feb 10, 2013, 07:43 PM||#32|
FB Twitter Instagram and the like are the opposite of 'must have' lol
AngryBirds Star Wars
Keynote was neat so I've got that too lol
|Feb 11, 2013, 11:39 AM||#33|
|Feb 11, 2013, 12:02 PM||#34|
Just a few:
Notability (for me the best note taking app now, I also have DailyNotes which is good but I find Notability better)
27" iMac i5 8GB - iPod 80GB - iPhone 4 32GB - iPad2 - Airport Extreme - Airport Express
|Feb 11, 2013, 12:47 PM||#35|
Unfortunately the list at AppStore with all purchased/downloaded apps is useless for this purpose, because I have downloaded so many (most are uninstalled) that I refuse to even look at that list.
Which brings me to a feature request of mine... I like to be able to tag apps at the store. Then I would have tags for things like potential purchases (down the road) and purchased apps to be installed later. Do you hear that, Apple?
|Feb 12, 2013, 09:13 AM||#38|
|Feb 12, 2013, 03:57 PM||#40|
I've run into the same problem with my 16GB iPhone.
|Feb 12, 2013, 07:10 PM||#41|
My top apps list:
GoodReader (though I'm very interested in one day checking out iAnnotate and PDF Expert - PDFpen is crap)
Joe Danger (great game!)
lots of other games (when I'm not in GoodReader reading PDFs or in the Kindle app, there are pages of games I have and love on this wonderful device)
|Feb 13, 2013, 04:20 AM||#42|
Here's is what I have ans use mainly:
aside from fb, twitter, linkedin
XE currency (I travel a lot so currency converter is always useful)
downcast - best podcast app
weave and orderly - testing both to see which I like best
foodspotting - great to find restaurants in my vicinity (i travel a lot)
collect (collect a photo per day - i travel a lot so take a picture per day to havea history)
av player hd (to watch movies on those long haul flights - did i mention i travel a lot )
i actually don't have any games and would like to hear recommendation on those. i've played around with the room which was quite entertaining but any recommendation on action based games would be great
|Feb 13, 2013, 07:05 AM||#43|
Lego Harry Potter (though admittedly I've only played it once)
Machinarium (great graphics)
Aqueduct (great puzzle game)
Interlocked (great 3D puzzle game)
Doors and Rooms (quite difficult)
Tapped Out (because I love the Simpsons)
Super Monkey Ball (for some reason I really enjoy this silly game)
I recently got and have just started playing:
Table Top Racing (quite a fun game so far)
Paper Monsters (supposed to be a bit like Little Big Planet)
Then there are the more obvious great ones:
The Room (when are they going to release more levels for this?!)
Plants vs. Zombies
Cut the Rope (all versions including Pudding Monsters)
Angry Birds (all versions)
My poor PS3 has been idle ever since I got my mini.
|Feb 14, 2013, 04:17 PM||#47|
I debated with my friend about "productivity" on iPad. Especially there was point do people can do some real and ordinary kinds of work such as spreadsheets. And we even tested some scenarios and gues what: I can most of the usual things do in Numbers on iPad faster than he on his PC with MS Excel.
Not the most used app on my iPad but definitly my "hero app" which proves that iPad is real computer for work and play: Numbers!!
I think Numbers and Pages on Mac need some improvements etc., but iWork suit for iPad is really exemplary case, how one can do iPad apps to be powerful, beuautiful, better than apps any other computer form factor - even for work!
So I think must have apps are Number, Pages and Keynote if you are in school or need doing presentations for work or something.
My most used app is Skype Sorry Apple, but Skype is more convenient for me than FaceTime. On Skype there are my all contacts.
Also use Calcbot a lot, mostly on iPhone but on the iPad also. This is so simple and most beautiful calcultor I ever tried.
|Feb 26, 2013, 01:50 PM||#48|
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|Feb 26, 2013, 02:46 PM||#49|
Apps that have improved the way I work
Things - Fits my life perfectly. I've tried Omnifocus too but stuck with Things because it seems to fit my flow better
JumpDesktop - Best remote desktop I've used
Penultimate - I don't do much writing note taking on my iPad mini so this is very simple and easy when I need it
Scanner Pro - Using this with the next 5 apps have made my entire workflow paperless & seriously shaved 30-40 min off of documents I need to send out.
1Password - I do billing and insurance verification so I'm constantly logging on to websites that time out
BillMinder, DebtMinder, Mint - I've looked around for finance apps for a while and finally landed on these and have been very happy with them
Radio.com - best radio app for my sports talk
Calcbot - best calculator app period
Tweetbot - have tried a few and like this the best
Evernote - use instead of stock Notes app & its able to do so much more
Reeder - I've used Flipboard, Zite, Mr. Reader and I just love the Reeder apps.
Verbs - My Gtalk app of choice. I've used all of them. Verbs looks and feels just like a stock Apple app
Zeebox - I used iTV for a while and then stumbled upon this and deleted iTV immediately
Day One - Not a big journal person but love the idea of it so I grabbed this one to update regularly and love it.
Clash of Clans
All Angry Birds
Watch TV apps
**As you can see I'm a sucker for certain app developers. I'm a huge fan of Readdle, Rovio, Tapbots, Cultured Code, Return7, Evernote Team
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|Feb 26, 2013, 05:21 PM||#50|
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