Monday, February 14, 2011

Apps. I love apps.

Here are all the apps I've loaded onto my Ipad... not those four at the bottom, but all the others.  The only one that has disappointed me is the Sparkpeople app:  It won't let you put a percentage of their measurements on, which makes it pretty useless.  For instance, Saturday I was trying it out; we had a rare breakfast of two pieces of bacon, one piece of whole-wheat toast with margarine, and one egg.  I was very sparing with the margarine on the toast, using about one teaspoon.  The only measurement I was given on the app was one tablespoon.  On their website I'd be able to add .33 tablespoon, but the app won't let me do that.  So that one is going bye-bye.  I can go to the actual website on my Ipad and do things right.

I've already purchased something on Ebay and paid for it using that app, so it's good.

Pandora is my favorite!  Not only does it play my Pandora custom-made stations, but it gives me information about the artist while I listen.  I must say, I've been disappointed in the Apple sound quality on my Mac Mini, but the sound on the Ipad is outstanding.  Here, listen for yourself:


Margaret said...

You're making me want to go back to the Apple Store!!

Tipper said...

Wishing I had an ipad : )


I know what I want for my birthday.

Midlife Mom said...

They should be paying you a commission for getting us all drooling over this Ipad! I'm getting more interested all the time!!!

When I first saw 'apps' I thought you meant appaloosas. I sure do love me an appaloosa horse!

Angela said...

I am a Pandora fan myself... the only problem is I can get too easily distracted when songs come on that I haven't heard for a long time. The next thing I know, I'm looking up lyrics and albums.

It's a good, good thing.

Mo Rage said...

and another terrific thing about Pandora is that it will introduce you to new artists it thinks are similar to ones you already like, too. Frequently, I find they're correct and I like them. If not, I can "dislike" and be rid of the song. I can't say enough good things about them. I just keep adding new artist "stations", too.