iProcrastinate | $0.99
As 2012 hits full stride here in mid-February, and schedules become hectic, many people may find themselves in search of a good “To-Do List” app. For those who aren’t picky about their personal task management tools, more power to you! But for those of us who take pride in having only the best-of-the-best tools at our side, there is iProcrastinate. iProcrastinate is the ideal task manager for anyone who doesn’t want their todo list to get in the way of actually getting things done! With a full list of features, including due date classification, priority filter and project break down, this app has it all. Not to mention its beautiful color coded navigation, which is definitely one of my favorite features. You can even sync your ‘to-do’ list over the internet via Dropbox, and/or with the equally amazing Mac version of iProcrastinate here!
Google Voice | Free
There’s nothing quite like an easy to use (free) internet service, especially when it comes from someone like Google. Google Voice is just that; free and super easy for anyone to set-up and use. As a matter of fact I would even venture as far to say that if all mobile phone companies were to take a page out of Google’s book on this one, the world would be a much better place or us all. If you have a google account, which is required on almost all Android devices, the chances are you already have Google Voice set-up and you dont even know it. If not than everything you need to know is here. Once your all set-up you’ll be able to make cheap international calls, send free text messages, listen to your voicemail and read transcripts of new messages no matter where you are. In the latest update of Google implemented a completely new look and feel and added offline message sending, so that you dont have wait until you have service to send a message.
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