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October 1, 2009 at 2:40 pm #678149
Other apps besides most of the aforementioned would be:
Snap Tell- you take a picture of a Book or CD/DVD and it will tell you the current online price listings, local price listings so you can determine who has the best price. Saves me a bundle for school books.
iTranslate- is another great one because you can enter in a desired phrase into the app and it will not only show you the text, it will also pronouce it for you so this is good for me when I have non-english speaking patients and I don’t have a clue on how to pronounce a phrase…October 6, 2009 at 8:47 pm #678150
I found a few new apps this week that I’m loving and thought I should share.
Awesome Note- make lots of lists and customize to your liking. View as memos, lists, or checklists.
StetchBook Mobile- a mini version of $90 sketching software.
myPantone- a long awaited app for designers and color superstars. Name that pantone on the go! It also allows you to save color pallets for later use.October 6, 2009 at 9:08 pm #678151
iphone sucks, until they go carrier agnostic its a cash machine for ATT and Apple.
Technology wants to be free.October 7, 2009 at 5:44 pm #678152
from sunset magazine..
and i phone app that lets you match a Benjamin Moore paint color to something you see that you like..
Ben Color Capture
that might be usefulOctober 7, 2009 at 5:45 pm #678153
matching a carrier you want with the phone you want is a real problem..
it looks like the release of Verizon’s new android has been pushed back to the holidays.. maybe:(October 7, 2009 at 8:22 pm #678154
I have a 1st gen iPhone that has been liberated, and runs on Tmobile, I like it fine, but its ridiculously expensive, and I pay about 40$ less per month than a att user would. I would assume if your talking about VZW your talking about the HTC Hero, which is already available for GSM carriers, but you have to pay full price for it. I would already have a palm pre, if an unlocked GSM one didnt cost over $600. We will see if the new moto cliq delivers on its promises.October 8, 2009 at 4:15 am #678155
Big iPhone fan hear despite the increased expense from payasyougoT-Mobile/iPodTouch configuration. Having taken the plunge I try to be selective on the apps I download. “Time Suck” anyone? The ones I enjoy (in no particular order):
WSBlog – goes without saying but will anyway
Distant Shore – connectively addictive
Koi Pond – calming in a stressful moment
Goggle Voice – just plain cool
Comcast – what’s on TV RIGHT NOW!
Weather Bug – is it snowing at Our Lady of Guadelupe Church? Need to know!
Starbucks – handy when I travel – and pay – Mobile Card (at some locations)
New York Times, USA Today, LA Times – what’s going on where
Wiki – What’s about what
Shop Notes – wouldn’t leave the house without it
Bump – just a cool way to exchange info with other iPhones
Shazam – the first iPhone revelation
Scrabble – playing someone over WiFi – fun! (although too much time spent on the bog)
Cribbage – my Dad’s 3000 miles away
Showtimes, Fandango – feel like a movie? Never not know wherever you are . . .
Smack Talk – my gawd, for 99 cents, the hours of kids and adults laughing – worth 10 X that
NPR Radio – great when traveling, for audible local news
Redfin – when you want to know about THAT house over there
There’s many other but just a few to explore . . . .
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