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At yesterday’s (Sunday, July 21, 2013) meeting we covered quite a few different iOS apps and I know that some of you will want to know what they were and have the links to download them. So here goes, these are the ones that I covered:

Evernote

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The App used to manage and share notes with others. It syncs with the Evernote cloud so that your notes are available to you everywhere.
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Notability

Notability is a nice alternative to Evernote that can sync to Google Drive if you want, but allows you to capture text, picture and handwritten notes.
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PDF Expert

App I use most to manage PDFs and annotate them.
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Adobe Reader

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Adobe’s robust PDF viewer and annotation tool.
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1Password

The password manager I use that works on iOS and syncs with either Dropbox or iCloud. You can also get the desktop version for your Mac.
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PhotoSync

The App I use to transfer pictures and videos between iOS devices and a Mac.
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Dropbox

Dropbox is my favorite online storage service and the Dropbox App means that I have access to all the files in my Dropbox folder. I can view the viewable files right on my iOS device and share links to the others.
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Google Search

It’s better than the Google Search integrated into your browser.
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Google Maps

Apple Maps isn’t very good (it sucks), Google Maps is a great free alternative.
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Navigon North America

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My all time favorite turn-by-turn GPS navigation App is Navigon North America. Tons of features and doesn’t require a constant internet connection.
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Flightboard

Flight tracker for seeing arrival or departure times at all major airports.
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Just Landed

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The App that allows you to enter a flight in and then it will alert you to when it’s time to head to the airport to pick someone up. It factors in the location of the airport from your current location and traffic conditions.
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Nike+ Fuelband

The Nike+ Fuelband is a physical bracelet that you wear to keep track of your activity. It syncs via Bluetooth with your iPhone and here’s the App that manages it and keeps your stats.
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Scan

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I use Scan to scan QR Codes as it’s the fastest one I’ve found.
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RedLaser

RedLaser scans QR codes but it’s better at scanner UPC codes to do price checks and compare the item you’ve scanned with various online and local resources so that you can see who has it for the best price.
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Scanner Pro

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This is the App I use to scan documents with my iPhone. It straightens them and makes PDFs that can be shared or sync’d to Dropbox right in the App.
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