A marriage saver for me, I am able to track expenses and mileage better than ever. And by better than ever, I mean, at all. Seems like this one cost a few bucks but it is worth every penny. I tried many free ones until I finally bit the bullet and bought this one.
This one is particular to the financial institution we use, and your bank probably has an app by now. This is free and it allows me to check the balance and transactions from all my accounts on the go. I have caught more errors and managed my money better because of this simple, free app.
Keynote and Keynote Remote
Keynote Remote, https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/keynote-remote/id300719251?mt=8
Giving presentations has never been so easy and user friendly! You can now integrate presentations from PowerPoint. With Keynote you can set up the presentation on your laptop or iPad, and with Keynote Remote you can control it through WiFi connection.
For the students and writers this app scans the bar code on books and gives you an instant bibliography that you can email in three formats: APA, MLA, and Chicago. I wish I had this when I was in seminary or college. I'm so glad I have it now. It makes preparing papers, grading papers, and keeping track of research so easy!
Most of you probably have this one already, but worth mentioning because you can have just the right music anywhere you go now. The premium subscription is worth it in my opinion to get rid of the commercials, but I do listen to a lot of music.
I discovered this one while camping. We started with the free version and quickly moved to the paid version. My kids and I hold the phone or iPad up to the sky and it shows where constellations, satellites, and planets are located.
This app is a bit expensive, but if you go geocaching by yourself or with others it is worth it. Treasure hunting is fun and the kids love discovering things. It gets us outside and going to new places.
My gaming experience is limited to short games that help me turn my mind off for a while.
Ditto from the last one.
Ditto again...If you like naming that tune and don't mind me beating you, get this one:). Again I got the free one to start, but then moved to the paid version.
I am always on the lookout for a good book and a great deal. This app has saved me a lot of money this year, and it has cut down on the impulse buying in bookstores. You can scan to compare pricing, create wish lists for later, or buy online from the app. The one drawback is that you can't buy in the kindle store directly from the app. That requires a quick move to your browser and the amazon.com site.
If you are a mac user and want a great Bible software that offers scholarly resources, this is it. The app is free, but the program and upgrades cost per module. If you just want a bible on your phone use the YouVersion app.
I love to be able to check out what is showing on the big screen, and watch trailers from the same place. I remember siting on the phone growing up waiting for the movie I wanted to see come across the recording only to miss the time. Of course, I was on a phone with a cord attached to a wall too. Now all the info I need is right at my fingertips.
I don't have to waste a trip out to check if a movie is available for rent now. Just check the listings and locations available. You can reserve the movie directly from the app and get the movie you want guaranteed.
And lastly, another movie app. If you have a subscription to Netflix this allows you to watch movies from many devices. This works on the go if you have a 4G connection from your device.
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