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Best Social Networking Apps



#1 Facebook


(Free, app2.me/260) 


FacebookIt's hard to ignore Facebook's social media dominance. This app gives you access to all of Facebook's main features, and it keeps you fully connected. "Addicted" would be an appropriate description for some of us.



2. Twitter


(Free, app2.me/102)



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Best Reference Apps

Best of the Best

#1 WolframAlphaIconWolframAlpha

($1.99, app2.me/2445)

Do you need to compare unemploymentates between New York and Houston? How about tide information in Hawaii? Access expert knowledge from wherever you are with this super-handy and efficient app.

2. Qwiki

(iPad only: Free, apps2.me/4069)


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Best Productivity Apps

Best of the Best


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Creating Great iPhoneography

The best accessories and apps for iPhone Photography

Summer-Farm-K-Messick-(1)To get started with iPhoneography, you need a few good accessories, great apps and some creativity. As a 
professional photographer, I've been using my iPhone to create beautiful images for a year, and I have found these apps and accessories to be among the very best.



The Best Accessories


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Best Photography Apps

Best of the Best

#1 Camera+


($.99, app2.me/2583)


Camera +Developed by a professional photographer, this app boasts an abundance of features such as an image stabilizer, exposure and focus controls, a powerful zoom, and many more effects. Great for anyone from beginner to pro level.



2. Instagram


(Free, app2.me/3183)


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Read All About It!

The Best Personalized Magazine Apps for the iPad

I admit it, I am a news addict. I used to watch cable news constantly in order to keep up with what was happening in the world. However, a few years ago I started using the web to fill my need for news. And ever since I purchased an iPad 2, I've found new ways to enjoy and access a regular dose of timely updates.



A few weeks ago I wrote a review of Zite on my 
iPhonelife.com blog. Zite is a personalized magazine app that I started using right after I purchased my iPad 2. Over the course of a few months, I came to depend on Zite for almost all of my news. While preparing this review of the Best Personalized Magazine Apps for the iPad, I began a search for apps that might 
replace Zite in my daily 



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Best News Apps


Best of the Best

#1 Flipboard


(Free, app2.me/3473) 


FlipboardIt's your own beautifully personalized magazine with content from your 
Facebook and Twitter feeds, along with a slew of news sources and categories to choose from. A definite must-have.



2. Instapaper


($4.99, app2.me/117) 



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Top Apps for Freelance Writers

 

There are three kinds of jobs: easy to obtain but with poor compensation, hard to obtain but with great compensation, and then there are writing jobs. Writing, as a profession, doesn't fit into either of the first two categories. It's both hard to master and difficult to secure steady work, and excluding the odd bestselling novelist, most writers don't strike it rich. Instead, it's a job about passion. Most writers write because they love to write. They can't imagine doing anything but writing. Sometimes that means foregoing the comfort of a 9-to-5 job with benefits in lieu of consistent freelance work.




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Magazine Organization 101!

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Need an easier way to organize your subscribed magazines or your magazines of choice?  Well look no further than Magzter.  Quite frankly,  this application is innovative.  The main screen contains four main options: featured, new arrivals, categories, and search.

 



Dragon Go App Review

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  If you use the computer software Dragon Nuance you will really enjoy Dragon Go.  It's a very simple to use application for the iphone.  Although, I have been using it on my ipad 2 at 2X.  The graphics aren't as good on the ipasd 2 but it does work.  They have added several new features such as Netflix, Web Searches, News, Music, and more.  If you can access it on the mobile web, Dragon Go can find it.  You simply tap the little red button and speak.  It does some processing and bam, there's what your looking for on the screen.  I have used it quite a bit and it has excellent accuracy.



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