Best smartphone apps - your help needed!

Last Update: September 06, 2013

I'm looking to compile a list of the best smartphone apps for use with a mailer - Android, iOS, BB, Windows phone, anything at all, and I'm looking for your help please.

Can anybody suggest any? I've got the obvious, most popular ones down but they are not something I use much so am looking for a bit of inspiration. There are lists out there but I'm trying not to copy if possible.

It doesn't matter what type, anything will do but preferably apps that you have tried and found useful.

I have used a blog rather than a discussion as discussions tend to drop down the page quickly.

Thanks in advance.

Join the Discussion
Write something…
Recent messages
bloveds Premium
Two favorites: Evernote and Mail.

Evernote has lots of functions, but I use it mainly for notes and lists. I have the app on my pc as well, so it sync's the info between the two. The Mail program is for gmail email addresses only. It is the best program I have seen for one gmail account (cannot add another yet). It always works, which the regular app on my iPhone does not.
Reply
tommydillard Premium
iDashboard, iA Writer,
Reply
@RICH. Premium
I'm a HUGE fan of iA Writer, sync'd with Dropbox. :) R.
Reply
Trialynn Premium
Candy Crush is the #1 download in the games department (or so I have read). All my kids and grandkids play it. I do not. I use speed test to check upload and download speed when I am on the go. Audible if you like to listen to books on your phone. Fandango for purchasing movie tickets. 'Find my car' when I shop at a large mall and do not want to embarrass myself having the mall security drive around looking for my car.Localicious to find thing that are near you, from restaurants to Office Depot. Pandora for listening to music.Phit Droid a mentally stimulating game.Textfree, so I do not have to pay for texts. By no mean was that grammatically correct!
Reply
coolcity Premium
Thank you, very much appreciated
Reply
skyhorse Premium
I'm not going to be much help. All I really have is a spongbob app, and rich dad app. Yeah, I have some games I don't play, and a flashlight app, but neither of those would be the "best" apps I use.
Reply
coolcity Premium
Not at all. In fact a lot of people use their phones for games and I didn't even know there was a flashlight app, it sounds as though it might be useful to some people :)
Reply
@RICH. Premium
I'm a fan of Wordflex http://d.pr/7Mwj (formerly TWIG) on iOS. I often recommend cross platform apps such as Wunderlist http://www.wunderlist.com Droplr http://www.droplr.com Dropbox http://www.dropbox.com etc. Rich.
Reply
coolcity Premium
Thanks Rich. i think dropbox is about the only one I ever use!
Reply
Top