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Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by 11crv, Dec 9, 2011.
Are your apps for entertainment or everyday function?
I completely manage my finances from the app.
I love the USAA app, it's better than their actual site. I can also deposit checks.
Ha ha...well, let's turn it into a "I love USAA" thread. Me too! I love not having to walk over to a bank during my lunch break.
- Awesome Note (synced with Google Docs)
- Files Pro (for those times when you don't want to stream from dropbox)
- The app for whatever public transportation you take (trains, busses, etc)
- Mint (budgeting app - It works with the website, you need to use both, the app doesn't do everything)
- Apple's 'Remote' (certainly if you have an Apple TV)
- Flixter & Fandango (buying movie tickets, get both, they only do certain theaters)
- Apple Store App (getting more useful every year)
Tapatalk. Using it now.
Useful? Phone, Messages, Safari, and Mail =P
I troll, I troll.
- My credit union's app (deposit checks and all that goodness)
- Discover (credit card management)
- Mint.com (managing everything financially related)
- Wunderlist (task manager that syncs in the cloud; companion Mac app)
- Pandora (seldom ever listen to music I actually have)
- Dropbox (I use it religiously between my computers for school work)
Then of course they're the social networking apps - Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and LinkedIn
-US Bank App
-Countdown Free (using this for any big dates such as closing on my house,etc)
-GasBuddy (finding lowest local gas prices)
-WhiteNoise free (plays sounds to help me fall asleep)
-Waze (free gps with traffic indicators)
-RunPee (tells you the best times to go to the bathroom while watching a movie you can't pause)
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Off the top of my head, in no particular order:
Some that havent been listed...
- Atomic browser
- Garmin u.s.a.
- Google voice
- Flashcards delux
- My fitness pal
- Greedy spiders
In no particular order:
Atomic Web, ScoreCenter, AP Mobile, and BofA.
The most useful apps on my phone (in no particular order):
Apple remote app
Bank of America
Reminders (I actually found I use this much more than I thought I would)
I have to say:
soundhound (love it!)
Liveview (for designers)
Ventrilode (for gamers!)