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Discussion in 'Computers & Website Forum' started by tinytim, Mar 3, 2010.
So what is your favorite apps?
Don't have one but I liked that tiger app they released recently that deletes messages after a certain amount of time on both ends and on the server :smilewinkgrin:
If you don't have a 3gs - Qik Video
Facebook, Kindle, Olive Tree Bible, DocsToGo,
thanks, I will check those out..
My favs so far are Facebook, Myspace, Googleearth, Touch Bible, KJV Bible.. (Audio version)
the Weather apps.. Accuweather The Weather channel..
For games.. I lOVE Virtual Pool, Paper Toss, And I absolutely love Pocket Tanks!..
And another app I actually found handy last week.. the flashlight app!..
I love Pandora Radio too..
I bought a cheap FM transmitor ($5) to plug into the headphone jack, and can have music all through our house.. Music I can choose!...
Thanks for the suggestions, I will check them out.
'I Love Her' is a nice little app that lets you contact 'her' with one button touch.
Pocket Cal is a wonderful little full year calendar at one view, like the calendars that used to be on the back of business cards.
Free Logos iPhone App
Over 100,000 downloads in just 4 months
■Access to many of the Bibles featured at Bible.Logos.com
■Tap-and-hold on a Bible word to see the underlying Hebrew or Greek.
■Text Comparison lets you quickly see a verse in multiple versions, with differences highlighted.
■Linked cross references allow you to click footnotes to reveal the reference text.
■Passage Guide and Word Study Guide similar to those found in the desktop version of Logos.
■Use Logos' powerful search functionality to quickly find relevant verses in an instant.
■Download and keep track of a custom reading plan, just for you.
All I have is what the phone came with.
MediaNet (the internet)
calculator, timer, notepad, camera, video, etc.
The usual stuff.
I dont know what these "Apps" things are.
Wireless Presenter for Apple's keynote is my favorite because it is the only one I use I don't have an iPhone but we use the pastor's iPod touch at church to control the slides in Keynote wirelessly. Very cool program.
Qik video is cool too, I run that on my Nokia. THere is also a UStream app now for both the iPhone and Nokia.
Olive tree stuff is good.
ALso, the Opera web browser is coming to the iPhone and is a great browser, especially for slow connectionss like EDGE.
C4K, who is your carrier over there?
Favorite applications for the I-touch:
Audiobooks --- over 2000 books in the public domain to download and listen to free. This is really great when I am working outside.
Safari --- for reading books from www.Gutenberg.org
Public Radio --- hundreds of stations available to listen to.
Will this work on a 32GB 3rd gen iPod touch, or is it just for the iPhone?
I'll be getting my iPod touch in a couple of days, and I hope this app will work with it. It seems like a powerful app.
It should work, let us know.
I'm on Verizon so I haven't been able to use the app
I use Library.Logos.com
Post script - There is a help site for the Iphone app available on the Logos Bible Software forum
Yes, Logos works with the iPod Touch.
And just as I suspected, it is an awesome app. Pretty much everything you need, and then some, right at your fingertips.
Yeah, I have Logos. But I wish it was useful without wifi.
I agree, and don't you really need to purchase a package for your PC to make it really practical?