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StartingMom StartingMom 5 years
Thanks for the lineup! Let me add here Intuition aka "mom's personal assistant" (www.iconapps.com). It is helping me organize my schedules and tasks with other interesting added features like grocery listing and mommy community. This is super efficient app and it is free! For toddlers, I hear Ewe and Alphababy.
Elliot Elliot 6 years
My family and I just got back from a Hawaiian Christmas vacation and I have to add the Yellow Pages app to this list. I lost my prescription medicine somewhere along the way and because I had this handy app I had contact info and GPS directions to the nearest pharmacy right away! Crisis averted! We also used it to find places to eat and a surf shop for rentals. All in all it is my go-to app for getting things done when I am unfamiliar with where to go. It's free and a real bacon-saver! If you want to try it, here is the link http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=284809790&mt=8
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