How many times have you said, “I wish there was an app for that”? Here are 8 of the most useful ones on my iPhone. Please leave your suggestions to add to this list.
I donâ€™t think I could function properly if I didnâ€™t have Roboform as my app for remembering logins. I know there are others, but to me, Roboform is still #1. While itâ€™s great at remembering logins, itâ€™s also extremely handy for filling in forms, and making purchases online with your stored banking details. Yes, you can password protect Roboform app.
I actually have *two Pinterest accounts, one for personal fun things, and the other as a business account to share blog posts and sites I like for business like WordPress, Cafepress, Amazon, etc.
After a few hours of composing and researching, I need a break now and then. So, I open the WordBrain app and have a little word fun. Itâ€™s not as easy as you assume!
Truthfully, you never know when someone is going to bust out with a story about themselves or their friends. Created by David Isay, this app allows us all to tell the human story. It can be planned, or impromptu but always a great way to preserve memories for posterity.
I use this app to add a watermark to my photos on my iPhone to point friends and clients to my blog, or just to say â€œitâ€™s mineâ€. â€œMarksta allows you to watermark your photography, adding text or a logo directly from your iPhone or iPad.â€
This one is location specific, but if you live in Washington State, this app is your ticket to historical adventure in the Evergreen state.
Trying to save some dollars while on the road? Try using GasBuddy to see the most recent gas prices in the next town. Or, your town.
Find Me Rest Stops ($.99)
This one is crucial for any traveler on the road. This app tracks your location and gives you several results for available rest areas. Make sure you check out some of the other apps theyâ€™ve created too.