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What kind of apps do you find useful?

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I really like Retail me not and shopkick for coupons and shopping. Expenses OK, Daily Budget are pretty useful if you want to keep track of your spending. Also, it's cool seeing everything neatly calculated for you
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i use

Flipboard - customized news source, great UI
Midori - Japanese dictionary - best Japanese dictionary ever.
iBunko HD - for reading manga / book
that's pretty much it for "useful apps"
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Depends on my phone or iPod

Password keepers for some of the more frequent ones that dont seem to stay correct
Wifi manager/interference analyzer
Mp3 tag editor
Soundhound music identifier
Google translate are the ones i use the most probably
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my otome games help me through my loneliness
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The only apps I really use on my phone are Instagram and Tumblr, they help with boredom
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If your learning Japanese I find KanjiSenpai really useful for Kanji Im not sure if its available on IOS though
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There's SongKick which is pretty useful if you're into the music scene. They track several SEVERAL artists and update you on when and where they're having concerts, if they're having secret concerts that they have announced somewhere, where you can get tickets, and when they go on sale or are about to sell out. If you have an iPhone it can also search your music library for artists to follow so you don't have to do all the work. Its pretty nifty and i've been using it for a while because, well, i'm kindof in a musical deadzone in the US where any concerts require me to drive for a bit to go see them
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Powerdog10 wrote:

If your learning Japanese I find KanjiSenpai really useful for Kanji Im not sure if its available on IOS though


Ooh, I'm learning Japanese right now! Memrise and Quizlet, those are really good for studying. Tae Kim's guide is also an app that is basically a free Japanese textbook.

Hoverchat is a really good SMS app that let's you text from any app.
Lookout is a great app for when you lose your phone.
Soundhound is a good app for looking up songs that you listen to.


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Crunchyroll.
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