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Scott K

What are your favorite I Phone Apps?

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Just wondering what I phone/Touch aps you like best, and if they are free aps, or how much they cost? Has anyone tried the Lake maps ap, what do you think of it?

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facebook , free

usa today (news), free

cribbage (cards), $

what's on (tv), free

pandora (radio), free

I tried the navionics free one and didn't like it. I couldn't read the depth lines but maybe there are none for the ocean.

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Originally Posted By: SledNeck
the navionics lake map?

holy carp $50

no thanks

My iPhone stays on shore laugh

not mine, I have to give real time fishing reports!

the apps I have are

flashlight

dbeer

BLOOMBERG (awesome)

AOL RADIO (i like it better than pandora)

Weather Underground

WHITEPAGES

QUICKVOICE

usa today

Google

Google Earth

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Word Wrap (free) great word game.

eReader (free) - I've read at least 12 books on it. Nice when your reading eyes start to go, because you can just upsize the fonts. Wife doesnt complain about my having a light on at night anymore either.

Fox News (free)

LA Times (free)

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So far what I have downloaded and used are

Shazam

Windows messenger

yahoo one connect

MMS

who called

google earth

Ifish .99

Hangman

fastlane lite

ihandy level

flashlite

and Atomic fart

The only one I paid for was Ifish, and it is pretty cool for .99

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Thats what I figured. My Nephew has $20 LG that has a sweet built in LED Flashlight. Talk about a Handy thing to have.

Thanks D even a blind squirrel finds an acorn every now and then! .. LOL ...

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