Looking to Buy Some Apps ($7 Budget)

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by Skill Caster, Oct 21, 2008.

  1. Skill Caster macrumors newbie

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    Hey guys, it's my first post! =O Anyways, I had an extra $7 lying around, and I decided to buy some apps. I decided to come to the MacRumors Forums to get some guidance. To be specific, I'm looking for a task manager/organizer/agenda-type app and a fitness/weight-tracking app. I've seen iProcrastinate and Weightbot, but are there any other better apps in those categories? Other than that, I'm also open to any suggestions for game apps. I have an iPod touch so obviously apps that use phone/SMS/GPS are out of the question. And of course, don't hesitate to mention any free apps that you think are good of any category. For reference, these are the apps I already have purchased (so don't mention them ;P)

    -Facebook
    -Pandora
    -Instapaper (Free)
    -Remote
    -i.TV (I highly recommend getting this amazing free app. Now.)
    -Pianist
    -Enigmo
    -iLightr
    -Trace
    -Koi Pond
    -Tap Tap Revenge
    -Air Hockey

    Thanks!
    -Skill
     
  2. TheZimm macrumors 6502a

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  3. jaseone macrumors 65816

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    Before Toodledo released their own iPhone app I recommended Appigo's ToDo as well but now there is a native Toodledo app I much prefer it as it syncs faster with http://toodledo.com and supports tags & contexts plus should support sub-tasks soon.
     
  4. App1€ macrumors regular

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    I have used both iProcrastinate and WeightBot, and I have to say that in there respecive fields they are head over heels the best in simplicity. Seeing as that is all I need in an app they are perfect for me. Neither app is confusing and both fairly straight forward. If you are looking for in Depth I'd recommend ToDo and one of the numerous in depth weight apps (I can't say any specific ones as weightbot is the only one I've used.)
     

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