28 June 2011

So...

...for those of you who are Apple aficionados, what are you favorite, must have apps?  Certainly I'd put PrayNow at the top of my list.  What other apps have you found out there that you've come to use a lot (or just enjoy playing with)?

10 comments:

NBeethe said...

Due (this is a reminders app)
Simplenote (like the Notes app, but syncs to the web and you can use the web interface or other apps that interface with it)
Instacast (downloads podcast directly to your device, without syncing. And you subscribe in the app.)

wrmyers said...

The Kindle App is my most used.

Tom Vanderbilt said...

The Logos app is indispensable. Because I've bought Luther's Works, The Book of Concord, and Concordia: The Lutheran Confessions on CD-ROM through Libronix, this app allows me to access them on my iPad without saving the volumes to my device; it access copies of these books through the internet. It's like carrying a theological library on your iPad.

Tim said...

A great little "To-do list" app for $2.99

http://www.toodledo.com/

It works for me.

Mike Green said...

Verily, PrayNow rocks! Evernote is handy, as is DropBox. Mantis is a decent Bible study app (though not nearly as cool as the Logos app sounds). Google Voice is a great way to be frugal with your cell phone's minutes. Mobile Mouse turns your device into a wireless touchpad for your PC. Feedly is a terrific news reader.

Jesse said...

If you have a Wall Street Journal Online subscription, I use WSJ quite a bit.

Zite is a good news aggregation app that's free. Enjoy Sudoku also gets a lot of use.

Trent said...

Take me to my car!

Becky said...

Siri and Around Me are both good aps when you travel and want/need to find a specific type of business. I like Siri a little better since it has a "Say It" option so you don't have to type your inquiry.

nrvous6 said...

Dropbox (To move files and pictures)
Evernote (To keep all the information together)
Things (To keep me on schedule)
Starbucks (To keep me functional :0)

Marinus Veenman said...

Skyview. Finds, identifies and describes all stars, planets and constellations using the built-in compass, camera and gyroscope.