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#37552 15-Jul-2009 10:05
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Can anyone recommend a good To Do list app, and a good wardriving app?

Phone is unlocked.

I have quite a few WiFi finders, but they all seem to have limitations.

None of of them seem to do all I am after, which is:

- Rescan automatically
- Store found AP's and show them on a map at a later date.
- Filter between Open and Secured AP's

WiFiFoFum gets close, but doesnt try and connect to the sites or provide sound feedback

WifiTrak is okay, but does not store the gps location of the AP's

WiFinder doesnt seem to work with OS 3.0.




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  #235502 15-Jul-2009 10:19
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Ive noted wifinder not working on V3 firmware either and have deleted it.
Havnt found an alternative yet either.
Have you seen tapdodo free in app store. There are quite a few to apps there for free




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  #235587 15-Jul-2009 12:11
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just search for to do's and find one that looks/feels right for you

in the end i went for remember the milk, looks great, has push notifications, gps locations etc... though the only downside is that it costs $25usd/yr for the pro service

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  #235594 15-Jul-2009 12:23
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Yes, I have tried a few, and RTM was one of them.

Its hard to sort the wheat from the chaff in some types of app, and todo list apps seems to be one of them (for me at least).




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  #235597 15-Jul-2009 12:28
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WiFinder is changing name and is undergoing OS3.0 testing and should be approved soon. I'm keeping my eye on it (for free version).




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