Here is another iphone app I got the other day that save me time and the more costly car werck.. Dragon dictation, it allows you to just speak into your iphone and it texts it for you. No more typing and driving, or typing and everything else we do these days. Enjoy it's freeI just spent $40 on apps... :shutup:.
After I duck the wife when she sees the bill, This'll be my next $20 purchase :clap:. I can shelve my old calculator.
Oh, and thanks to those who recommended Pandora Radio... Awesome app.
Lovin' the Iphone...
BTW Kent, I was hooked on Pandora until they started asking for money. We could probably exchange stations-we have the exact same taste in music according to your posts.Oh, and thanks to those who recommended Pandora Radio... Awesome app.
I get chuckle out of people who bulk at paying .99 - $1.99 for an app. When I bought the phone I was amazed on how cheap they are selling them for.I dont know one person with a iphone who pays for apps. They all hack their phones.
I get chuckle out of people who bulk at paying .99 - $1.99 for an app. When I bought the phone I was amazed on how cheap they are selling them for.
When I read in the app reviews "I want my .99 back, it ought to be free" or "I would never pay $1.99 for an app" I just wonder if that person may someday call me looking to have work done. :huh:
Some thought goes into the apps, and I have no problem paying for any of them. They could charge 10x the price, and I'd probably still buy most of the ones I currently have.
Go to iTunes and search for podcasts to see what there is. They're like a saved radio show that you can listen to whenever you want. Everything from news and politics to technology, comedy, and music.like a tv or radio show or what?
Also I have no problem paying for apps someone put the time in behind the keyboard and they deserve to be rewarded