Packing Pal for iPhone helps you remember what to pack

Packing Pal is an iPhone app that helps you create and manage your packing lists. It also includes a built-in catalog of suggesting packing items as well as packing tips.

We designed Packing Pal specifically to make it easy to create and use your own packing lists. The user interface is streamlined and simplified to make packing a breeze, without overwhelming you with unnecessary buttons and options.

  • User friendly interface design.
  • Create your own packing lists: either from scratch, or by copying an existing list.
  • Built-in catalog contains hundreds of suggested packing items.
  • Import and export your own catalogs.
  • Email your packing lists. Other Packing Pal users can automatically import your lists.
  • Print your packing lists to share with others.
  • Packing tips section contains helpful articles on packing methods and packing aids.

Packing Pal for for iPhone is available on the iPhone for $2.99.

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OMG seriously $2.99 for this is CRAZY!! I wouldn't even spend $1 to keep from forgetting my passport and to learn how to pack more efficiently and easily share lists with my boyfriend. Who does this developer think he/she is, Donald Trump? What next, a FOUR DOLLAR app? Are they trying to BANKRUPT ME? It takes me at least 10 months to save the $3 to buy an app. I am severely disappointed and chagrined in a way that shocks even myself.
As HungWell mentioned (and I'm sure he is indeed what his name implies, for that is the nature of the internet), $2.99 is just sad! Especially since I've just paid over $1000 to go on a cruise where employees dressed as Disney characters will hand-feed me swan meat shaped into swans at midnight. After that, a $3 utility app just seems like a silly luxury.
As Michael Derro mentioned, now that Reminders exists, I use it for everything. My grocery lists, my packing lists, my TODOs. It's perfect and FREE!! Of course it has absolutely no context-specific abilities and mashes all my data together, but I love that because now it looks just like the inside of my tiny brain.

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