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Master Geek

Topic # 65641 4-Aug-2010 23:08
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well im kinda new to this whole iphones thing :p
its my first one, so im wondering how people have setup their iphone and what apps they consider essential.

i have contacts, email, calendar all synced OTA via exchange - been loving the push features :)

app wise? things (to do list), instapaper (offline reading), pennies (finance), goodreader + ibooks for pdf/documents/ebooks.
i also have archetype, its an amazing game... wow... if any of you play add me - ChrnoXIII

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Ultimate Geek
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Kiwi Dev Studios

  Reply # 363369 4-Aug-2010 23:57
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3GS - running iOS 4.0.1

Bookworm, Bejeweled 2, Chuzzle, Rubiks Cube

Twitter for iPhone, Facebook for iPhone, Dropbox, Trillian (MSN/ICQ etc), Opera Mini, Foursquare, Boxcar (Push notifications for Twitter/Facebook etc), and Tom Tom NZ/Australia.

Sync Wise:
Gmail - Home account
Gmail - Work account
Exchange - Work account (contacts, calendar and email)

twitter/ NZCoderGuy / KiwiDevStudios

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Master Geek

  Reply # 363496 5-Aug-2010 10:01
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iPhone 4 (32GB) running iOS 4.01 Jail-broken

(*=essential/most used)

Tunemark (interenet radio)
Flicks (movie session times)
Remote (itunes remote)
Shazam (song identifier)
Mitube (download and save youtube)
National Bank App
Subway App
Msn Messenger
Speed Test
MotionX GPS Lite
Air NZ Mpass

Tilt to live*
Doodle Jump*
Flight Control*
Plants Vs Zombies*
Words for Friends Free
Land Air Sea Warfare
Helsing's Fire
Super Quick Hook
Angry Birds
Babylonian Twins
Zen Bound 2
Space Miner

JB Apps/Tweeks:
Lock Info*
Spring Flash
(soon to add) MyWi

Oh and sync mail and calendar via google exchange


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