Jessica's most-used iPhone and iPad apps of 2011

Jessica's most-used iPhone and iPad apps of 2011

It has taken me so long to write up my most used apps of 2011 because - how was I supposed to choose just five apps? However, I've managed to narrow it down. My first home screen page is dedicated to my most used apps. This list isn't in any particular, so here we go!

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1Password

I live and breathe this app 24/7. I can't live without it. My entire life is stored within it. It's way more than a password manager to me. 1Password has the best customer support and it's a well designed, easy to use app.

Echofon Pro for Twitter

I love Twitter but trying to keep up with my timeline was killing me. It wasn't bad when I was only using Twitter via my iPhone. Then I added my iMac to the mix and it got a tad bit more complicated. And, well, I was completely done for once I got an iPad. Echofon is my Twitter app of choice. Echofon had tweet syncing long before other apps and Tweet Marker. Tweet syncing is my number one priority when it comes to any Twitter client. But that's not the only thing I love about Echofon. It's a universal app and it's inline photo/video preview is topnotch! It's not the prettiest Twitter app but it is one of the most function. I'll take function over pretty any day of the week. The Mac app is full of awesome too.

Downcast

Oh how I love this app! This is app is AMAZING! It doesn't get the credit it deserves either. This app does so much. You can customize it as little or as much as you like because it has a TON of features and settings. I'm pretty hardcore when it comes to my podcasts because I'm subscribed to so many. I like to be as efficient as possible so I love how I have control over every feed individually. This app is universal and the iCloud syncing rocks.

iBooks

I still adore this app. The latest update has fixed everything I didn't like when I made iBooks my Pick of the Week many months ago. 'Nuff said!

Reeder

What can I say about this app that hasn't already been said by Rene, Ally, Andrew, and Chris? So I'll just say, "Ditto" but I'll also say the Mac version rocks too.

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Well, a few apps seem to be common in these lists. Guess i'll make 1password a new years resolution. It's something i've been meaning to do. Clicking "forgot password" gets old.

1Password seems to get a lot of exposure. I am using eWallet from iliumsoft,which only syncs with my Mac over a local wifi network. So I looked into moving over to 1Password, but saw that they want just shy of $50 for the Mac version!!!! I'm sorry, but thats just a really crazy price to ask.....I guess I will be staying with EWallet for the moment.....

It is utterly and totally worth $50. Add 1Password for Mac to AppShopper.com so you get alerted when it goes on sell. But honestly knowing what I know now about 1Password I'd pay more than $50.

I keep hearing about Reeder. I've got to try it. It looks great on iPad. Would you say it is equally usable on iPhone?

OK! I'm sold: I'm now Rocking it on iPad and iPhone, and loving it! The Developers of Reeder owes you a commission hahaha!

Someone likes knitting! You should post a list of your favorite knitting-related tweeps, podcasts, and books so I can prove to my wife that TiPb really does offer something for everyone!