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Getting Things Done

Stay on top of your to-do list with these apps

When Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone at MacWorld on January 9, 2007, he referred to it as an iPod, a phone, and an Internet mobile communicator in one device, but the launch of the App Store expanded that three-in-one concept. Now you can use the iPhone to track the news, sports, and weather; quickly locate restaurants, movies, public bathrooms, even your friends; play games, listen to music, or watch videos. In addition, a number of apps enhance its capabilities as a productivity tool.


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Some of the BEST Things in Life are FREE

Many excellent App Store titles don't cost you a cent!

According to investment firm Piper Jaffray, the iTunes App Store could grow into a $1 billion business by next year. After seeing how many apps were downloaded in the App Store's first fefw weeks, it's not too difficult to believe that lofty prediction. The combination of an easy-to-use infterface, over-the-air purchasing direct to the device, and low prices encourages impulse buying. But even at $5 to $10 a piece, the cost of adding ffapplications to your iPhone or iPod touch can add up quickly.f


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