For you Apple users, what’s your favorite App?
The app for my grocery list is Grocery Gadget by Flixoft. The other is Meal Planner by 2010 InnovaDev. Meal Planner has a grocery list included but I had already been using the Grocery Gadget list so I have continued with it. I’m able to keep lists for Wal-Mart, the grocery store, the quilt shop (you know — I could need a black fabric or something to match something!) 🙂 I also have a list for when I go to Kansas City. There’s always something Vince or I will say “we need to look for this or that when we go to Kansas City” and then when we get there, we say “what were we going to look for when we were here?” and we never can remember. And, I can email the list to me to print or save in Word or whatever. Or, I can email the grocery list to Vince and ask him to stop by the grocery store. He loves to do that for me . . really!
For those who asked what size Touch, I got the 64 MB. For not so much more $$, the 64 is double the space of the 32. When I go to Louisiana, I’m always wanting to show mom or friends pictures and it’s so easy to share them with the Touch so I didn’t want to be limited in the space. And I put all my music on it too so I can carry just this one when I go out of town. It will plug in to my car radio and charges from there so I love that.
If we can just get Electric Quilt to come up with an app . . I’d never ask for anything else! 🙂
And for those who mentioned getting an iPhone and having one less gadget . . not for me. Even with the Blackberry, I have to watch my usage when traveling because I want to make sure I have enough battery power for when I need the cell phone. I don’t want to use my phone for all the things I use the iPod or digital camera for. And, because I saw myself becoming one of those people who can’t get far from the cell phone, I think when my current contract is up, I’m going back to a plain phone . . no internet, may keep texting . . may not. Next week AT&T will offer different data plans and I’m going to switch from the unlimited $30 plan to a 200 MB plan for $15. I love gadgets, I love the BlackBerry, I love the iPhone but I also love the freedom of knowing I can leave home without a gadget in my hand and it’s time for me to prove to myself that I can still do that.