5 Apps I Can’t Live Without

Here are some of the apps I enjoy too much, and you might want to consider getting as well!


$2.99 (iPhone) $3.99 (iPad)

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I use this app on both iPad and iPhone. This app has support for using with Dropbox storage and tons of custom sharing actions that can be found. I’m certain I’m only using a fraction of it capabilities, I use it for notes, quick post to Twitter and App.net, DayOne drafts, and a place to store post to social sites for later.


$4.99 (iPhone) $4.99 (iPad)

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For me Felix is the app when it comes to ADN clients. It does all the things I mentioned here plus is looks amazing in fullscreen mode, It also supports many media sharing services as well as different bookmarking services. Personally I use Droplr for photos, and a combo of Instapaper and Pinboard for “reading it later”. Extra points for not having to buy a “pro” version after the initial purchase. The recent iPad app release is just as amazing if not more.

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Why I Think App.net is Awesome

I’d like to assume that you have at least heard of App.net. But if you haven't, it’s a social network that is very unique in that it’s actually a social network. It is a paid network $36 a year or $100 for developers, and it’s well worth it in my opinion. Think of it this way: on Facebook, you join groups, share pictures and events going on in your life. In exchange for this, people “like” your activity and might even comment “thats cool” or “sorry to hear” and that’s about it. On Twitter, you follow people you find interesting and retweet the funny or important things they say. More or less, you just make statements there, and I equate it to shouting in a crowded street. It’s only when you distinguished one of those shouts from the rest, do you have a chance to hear anything in reply. Don't get me wrong - I do love Twitter, but the company behind it only seems to interested in promoting their own apps and acquiring others, sucking their features in and then leaving them for dead.

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