My Favourite iOS Things from the App Store
OK, so it’s like the start of the 2nd quarter of the year, and here’s an update on what are my current favourite non-game iPhone apps. I’m a creature of habit, so I tend not to experiment so much on new apps, but you’ll find one or two surprises below:
- Foursquare (Free) : The newly updated interface, which promotes competition and exploration, in a word, ROCKS. It’s bound to attract both those who are jaded with the old app, and newbies as well. Current users can certainly appreciate the Explore feature as well. I’m using this to track where I’m at and it certainly help on claims day.
- Safe Note (USD 1.99) : Code Drop’s alternative to Apple’s Notes app has one major advantage, password protection. I store plenty of important information on my phone, so it’s imperative that I’ve somewhere to dump all these text info, lock it up and unlock it whenever I want it.
- miCoach (Free): Adidas’ training software plays a key part in my marathon training regiment, it’s free and tracks almost everything from my pace and even maps out where I’ve been running. Oh yes, we geeks exercise too you know :).
- Expense Mobile (USD 0.99): Other than Foursquare, this is the app that I’m using on a daily basis, and it’s to keep track of my expenses. It’s pretty flexible, allowing me to add categories and sub-categories.
- eBay (Free): This is something I’ve gotten into lately, selling old unwanted stuff on eBay. The mobile app is an excellent way to keep track of your buying and selling short of going to the website itself, it is that full-featured.
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