Monday, February 6, 2012
Best App Advice
The best way I've found to solve that one is with apps for finding apps.
The one I use the most is AppHits. Not only all the latest apps, lists, etc. but also what's on sale. Use it all the time and it now accounts for most of the apps on my iPad.
The other one I use is AppAdvice. Great lists and blog type updates on latest, greatest apps.
Hands-down, the app I use the most on my iPad? Wooords.
I'd seen write ups about addictive games apps but never came across any until this one. It is a pure waste of time but amazing, fun interface and tons of challenge. If you rationalize hard enough you can even convince yourself that you're learning something.
Most shockingly useful app? Notability. Handwriting, typing, voice, email, PDF's, pictures. A true 'wow!, Windows was never this easy' note-taking app.
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