Got 20-30USD to spare. Recommend Apps.

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by MACoconut, May 20, 2009.

  1. MACoconut macrumors regular

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    I've got 20-30usd to buy apps.

    which are the apps that are recommended?

    i'm mostly interested in productivity,games,utilities or something practical
     
  2. iFerd macrumors 6502a

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    I'm a dedicated user of SplashID and its desktop companion. The total bill for the pair, unless you are moving to it from another platform, is $30, though.

    If you are a digital photographer interested in geotagging your images, look at PlaceTagger.

    It's pretty hard to know what to recommend with so little guidance on your interests.
     
  3. sammich macrumors 601

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    Wolf3D, iFighter, Flight Control.

    Productivity? Dunno, every time I pick up my iPhone, nothing gets done :D
     
  4. MaxPower49 macrumors 6502a

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    For productivity, check out momo (notes sync), read it later pro, Byline, Wikipanion Mobile
     
  5. MACoconut thread starter macrumors regular

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    any good pdf reader to recommend?

    i need good ultilities that can come in handy.

    any recommendations. i welcome all . :)
     
  6. RodThePlod macrumors 6502a

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    Are we allowed to recommend our own?!

    If so, I'd highly recommend Top-Tens!

    :D

    RTP.
     
  7. MACoconut thread starter macrumors regular

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    anyone?

    i need recommendations for apps.

    anyone?

    pdf reader, etc.

    have no interest in entertainment/crappy apps (like moron test,etc.)

    Looking for apps that are more economical /more likely to be used again.

    Already have expense apps, any utilities/productivity apps? Looking for good pdf reader. best if there's 3 in 1 like mobile office (something cheaper than the 19.99 one, but of equivalent quality.)
     
  8. messedkid macrumors 6502

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    I'll suggest some of the apps I have my eye on, if they ever go on sale.

    Todo (Task Management) $9.99
    Things (Task Management) $9.99
    Delivery Status Touch (Delivery/Package Tracking) $2.99
    FileAid (transfer files to and from your iphone to your mac/pc with DiskAid) $4.99 (DiskAid is freeware for your PC/Mac)
    Appsniper (Tracking when certain apps go on sale) $0.99
    Twitterrific Premium (Twitter client) is on sale still, for $3.99. (I bought this as soon as it went on sale)
     
  9. MACoconut thread starter macrumors regular

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    wow. 9.99 is quite expensive.

    the max i'll pay for an app is 4.99 unless it's really super good.




    up for more ultilies/productivity/games apps. :)

    things that you'll use often! :D
     
  10. Linkmobile macrumors newbie

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    iMorseU quite more utilitis/productivity.
    It is special offer discount now for limited time promotion
     
  11. Shockre macrumors member

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    iStorage (iDisk+downloader+pdf/word/excel/etc..look in iTunes)
    Twitterific
    Pro RSS Reader
    WunderRadio
    BeejiveIM
    AppSniper
    RunKeeper

    Assassin's Creed
    NeedForSpeed Undercover
    2XL Supercross
    geoDefense
    Wooden Labyrinth 3D
    FlightControl

    Those are the apps that I use everyday and are really great!
     
  12. Gokunama macrumors 6502a

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    Pocket Informant is currently the best event/task manager.

    I like PocketMoney, TapExpense, and SplashMoney.. but I'd go with PocketMoney for it's speed of use and small features like built in keyboard with basic calculating functions... SplashMoney's great, but it took too long to make entries on the fly. TapExpense is awesome for on the fly entries, but it doesn't support transfers.

    Momo and Notebook (Appigo's) are good. I use Momo cause it's easiest to lock my notes.

    Photogene, CameraKit, and Photohype are all great.

    My favorite games are Uniwar, Galcon, and Chess With Friends.

    I'd say Fastlane is the best racer (hard to compare Need For Speed when ALL THE DIRECTIONS, MENUS, AND DIALOGUE ARE IN JAPANESE <-- EA supported English in their Simcity Japanese edition, but not in NFSU).
     
  13. messedkid macrumors 6502

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    hehe, exactly why I haven't bought either one of those apps yet. :D
     
  14. aluren macrumors 65816

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    you definitely need appsniper to keep track of the sales. most games always go down in price, even EA games... i'll pick up need for speed when it's 4.99 while everyone is rushing to get the sims 3 for 9.99.
     
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    If you use craigslist a lot and live in an area with multiple craigslist locations, check out [app]CraigsHarvest[/app]. </plug>
     
  16. ziggyonice macrumors 68020

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    LogMeIn -- remote control your computer from anywhere.

    Downside: $30.
     
  17. gadgetdad macrumors 6502a

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    LOL My new sig! :p
     
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