Your Most Important/Valued Apps?

HappyDude20

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Original poster
Jul 13, 2008
2,810
282
Los Angeles, Ca
I'm seriously wondering what your most valued apps are.

We all have them; some only a few, and some a whole page worth. Whether they're placed in the dock portion, the top row or the first page...we all have them.

& I'm wondering what your most important, favorite, valued, used apps are.

...&.....

......Go!
 

Gokunama

macrumors 6502a
Sep 13, 2008
958
0
Pocket Informant
Awesome Note
Outliner
Active Money Pro
Saisuke
Picture Safe
Groups
MyVideos
Stanza
mBox Mail
Instapaper
Tweetie
Fluent News
Time Mobile
Japanese
Wisdom (English-Japanese Dictionary)
Oxford Deluxe
Uniwar
Galcon
Real Racing
Photogene
PhotoForge
ColorSplash
Pocket Weather
Instaviz
Sketchbook
Phonics101
System Activity Moniter
Beejive IM
23 Ways To Destroy Your Opponent
Beatmaker
Xewton Music Studio
Sportacular
PushGmail
 

okrelayer

macrumors 6502a
May 25, 2008
982
4
in no order. I will give a short description.

CurrentTemp- Uses push notifications to show the temperature in the notifications bubble on the icon.
wikipanion- Free, best wiki app for quick usage.
slacker- streaming radio for when i need it.
tweetie- best twitter app!
Facebook- need to get ridiculous social networking out of the way somehow
kindle/stanza- i read more books on the iPhone than i do standard books. Love it.
Things- I am very forgetful, syncs great with my mac, 100% behind this.
newsstand- my favorite RSS reader.
Boxcar- gets me gmail,twitter,facebook push notifications.

Of course i use the standard apple apps. But those are my most useful 3rd party apps.
 

rwilliams

macrumors 68040
Apr 8, 2009
3,604
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Raleigh, NC
iXpenseIt - brilliant app for tracking budgets, spending, etc.
Evernote - keeps all notes and ideas in one place. Love it.
Tweetie - best Twitter app I've tried
BillMinder - bills have to be paid on time.
DocumentsToGo - I like being able to view & edit docs on the go
GroceryIQ - made my last big trip to the store very efficient
 

str1f3

macrumors 68000
Aug 24, 2008
1,859
0
Besides Apple's own apps:

-Omnifocus
-Newsstand
-Instapaper
-Mint
-iExpensit
-1Password
-BeejiveIM
-LogMeIn
-Air Video
-NY Times
-Huffington Post
-CNN
-i.TV
-Simplify Music
-Simplify Photo
-Picture Safe
-Pandora
-Best Camera
-Tilt Shift Generator
-Yelp
-Open Table
-Tweetie
-Canabalt
-Call of Duty Zombies
-Bejeweled 2
-Paper Toss
 

sidewinder

macrumors 68020
Dec 10, 2008
2,425
129
Northern California
Non-game apps I actually use:

Paid:

Textnow Unlimited
Navigon
Sportacular Pro
ooTunes
MusicID
GoodReader
Mail Notifier
Camera Genius

Free (or I got for free):

Dictionary.com
Facebook
AroundMe
myWireless
Google Mobile App
Fandango
Stanza
PGA TOUR
Epicurious
BargainBin
Sunlight

S-
 

sparkles61785

macrumors regular
Jun 13, 2009
117
6
New York
Pocket Informant
PocketMoney
Istudiez Pro
The Weather Channel Max
Beejive IM
Twittelator
iWore
Air Mouse
Newsstand/Byline
Yelp
Movies
Facebook
GoodReader
TrackThis
Boxcar
CNN
My Wireless
1Password
Appbox Pro
 

rhythmac

macrumors 6502
Mar 29, 2009
335
52
NYC
* = apps I cannot do without!

Occasions*
To Do's*
DocsToGo*
AED Dictionary*
MyStuff
SplashID*
Tempo*
PocketBible*
VehiCal
i.TV
PhotoSafe
iProRecorder
iPlaylist
Air Mouse
myCheckUp*
Bejeweled2
Just Find It
Lets Golf
ESPN
uPackingList*
Gifts*
AppBox Pro
 

fredf

macrumors 6502
Oct 31, 2008
277
1
Notemaster: I no longer use notes. this opens fast and is simply to use
ShopShop: my only shopping list app
To Do's: don't know why people spend money on other apps for this function
mysticky: for the quick 'must do now' items
MemoryInfo: not available anymore but the only way to shut down Safari
WiFiTrak: saved me a fortune on a recent trip to Italy by finding and connecting to free wifi outlets
FileApp (formerly File Aid): for transferring files but I find that just using...
SugarSync: is really all I need
TD Finder: when I need a bank machine
Wattpad: when I needed a book on my vacation: luckily that had one I wanted but in general there aren't many decent free books. I'm still looking for a free and decent library of books
Globe & Mail and CBC Radio: were great on the road
 

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