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    Re: iPhone Apps...

    Quote Originally Posted by arff View Post
    Usually can run on wi-fi saves on data
    For all you lucky folk absolutely. For us hicks in the sticks, all we can get is a sucky aircard, which gives you service sometimes, at best. We live so far out of town we are almost lost, lol.



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    Re: iPhone Apps...

    "dashboard" is a cool app. It shows your current speed and altitude. Its surprisingly responsive while on the 3g network. kinda neat. works about 95% of the time
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    This might sound super lame, but I'll admit I downloaded some recipes apps. They are pretty good when we are trying to think of what to make for supper.

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    Re: iPhone Apps...

    For sledding you can download the Avalanche Bulletins App - nice to have handy.
    Lockbox is a good one for keeping passwords and numbers.
    Zombie Duck is good. I can only play the easy level.
    Flashlight app is great when you forget a real flashlight. Like when you're bike camping.
    Appbox Pro has a lot of cool little apps in one (incl. flashlight)
    Remote - if your using a mac and have your itunes library connected to a sound system. Displays your library and lets you play what you want. (free)
    Airmouse - not useful unless you have a mac and want to drive your wife nuts while shes tries to click and you control the mouse from across the room. I use it only for that purpose.

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    Re: iPhone Apps...

    i like the free apps...but i'm cheap....lol

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    Re: iPhone Apps...

    I just got one from Mammut. Has some neat avalanche stuff.
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    Re: iPhone Apps...

    OK so I've downloaded Angry Birds, Cribbage, Scrabble, Dragons Lair, Need For Speed, Flixter, Yellow Pages, Paper Toss, Boxed In, Bejeweled, I say free. I just need 40 hours a day to work my way through all these apps!

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    Re: iPhone Apps...

    Quote Originally Posted by KVF 700 View Post
    "dashboard" is a cool app. It shows your current speed and altitude. Its surprisingly responsive while on the 3g network. kinda neat. works about 95% of the time
    Is this one a drain on the battery? I've heard that GPS aps are hard on the batteries.

    Thanks everybody, keep the app suggestions coming. I am sure I am not the only one that likes to find out about cool apps!



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    Damn Angry Birds. They're starting to get me ANGRY....

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    Re: iPhone Apps...

    I seen a cool app just the other day. I do not have it and I don`t know the name but it turns your Iphone into an over the net walkie talkie. Much like the old mike phones are but it transmits and receives talking between 2 people over the net. It is possible to talk with someone on the other side of the world.


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