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Top 10 Evergreen (Yet Free) iPhone Apps To Make Your Life Easier

 

There are many applications out there, but getting by free and good ones is not that easy. Today, we are sharing Top 10 Evergreen (Yet Free) iPhone Apps To Make Your Life Easier. Read each entry in the list and see which iPhone app suits your needs best.

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TeamViewer

TeamViewer provides easy, fast and secure remote access to Windows, Mac and Linux systems. TeamViewer is already used on more than 100,000,000 computers worldwide and with the TeamViewer App for iPhone and iPod Touch you are able to support your family and friends and can have access to your own computer with all of its documents and installed applications.

Idea Sketch

Idea Sketch lets you easily draw a diagram – mind map, concept map, or flow chart – and convert it to a text outline, and vice versa. You can use Idea Sketch for anything, such as brainstorming new ideas, illustrating concepts, making lists and outlines, planning presentations, creating organizational charts, and more.

Timer+

Timer+ is a simple countdown timer that can run multiple timers from a list of presets. It lets you pause and resume timers and set timers with seconds. Timer+ will alert you even when it’s running in the background.

Documents Free (Mobile Office Suite)

iPhone’s only light weight mobile office suite. This essential application allows you to edit and manage spreadsheet & text files on your iPhone. It works both online and offline. You can also synchronize files to your Google Documents account and open files on your PC or Mac.

USB Disk

USB Disk lets you store and view documents on your iPhone and iPod. It has an amazing built in document viewer and is very easy to use, with a simple and intuitive interface, yet it contains many powerful features. Drag and drop files in iTunes to transfer them to your iPhone / iPod, then view them anywhere.

Schedule Planner

Schedule Planner was developed to aide users in planning out daily activities by category and priority. Busy users are provided with a flexible set of categories ranging from “Meals” to “Health” and “Work” among others. Once a category is selected users simply input the specific nature of each time block, including when each task should be started and its overall duration. Tasks and full days can be planned in advance & viewed day-by-day via a practical graphic calendar. Furthermore, tasks are color coordinate for convenience, while the app employs an in-depth pie-chart diagram color coded to let users see how they send their time with a quick glance.

Pageonce

Pageonce automatically organizes and tracks your money and bills. See your banks, credit cards, bills and investment accounts in one simple place. Control where your money goes and get important real-time alerts and reminders about your accounts. You can even track your frequent flyer miles, rewards, mobile minutes, text and data usage. Pageonce is safe and secure, and was chosen by millions of people to simplify their daily financial lives.

ScatterBrain

ScatterBrain is an extremely focused note taking app designed to let you capture thoughts and ideas quickly when they happen. It’s simple enough to start using immediately, but versatile enough to keep track of all your thoughts. Whether it’s a grocery list, your next great idea, or just some random stuff you don’t want to forget, ScatterBrain will quickly become your go-to notes app.

Keeper® Password & Data Vault

Keeper® keeps your most important information totally secure and easy for you to access. It also protect and store your secret passwords. You can log in to websites with one touch.

DocScan

DocScan lets you instantly scan multi-pages document and send out when there is no scanner nearby. By having it, you can scan not only documents in sight, but also whiteboards, receipts, business cards, posters, coupons, books …etc.

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Top 10 Evergreen (Yet Free) iPhone Apps To Make Your Life Easier
AN Jay
Thu, 08 Sep 2011 01:10:42 GMT

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