Friday, January 08, 2010

Happy New Years!! Hope everyone is doing well. I haven't been posting on Sparkpeople. It seem that I have so much stuff to do around the house! My weight loss goals was placed on hold AGAIN! but not anymore.

DH gave me an iphone over the holidays!! Yeah! I have been asking for it for quite some time, so I was surprised when he presented it to me!

The first app that I installed was from SparkPeople where I can enter food and exercises, but the #1 app for fitness was by, so I installed it, too. I tried both apps and was much easier to use. built their website from this app vs. SparkPeople had a website and then created their app so that could explain why loseit is a better app.

I download so many apps but I find that the one I use the most are:

Comes with the phone:
stock quotes
clock (for the timer, it remembers you settings)

From App Store
Loseit (free)
Yoga Stretch (cost .99, I really like this and am considering getting Yoga Relax .99)
CrunchFu (cost .99) Fun app and I've been challenged!! I like it and plan to get PushupFu (.99)
2Do (cost 5.99 Expensive!! but easy to use. I don't know how to use the PUSH stuff)
alarm clock (free)
Relax with Andrew (free but I'm considering getting the 2.99 version)
TouchCloset (free, my kids think I'm silly but this has helped my rotate my clothes)
Gratitude (.99 allows me to journal with a password)
youtube (free, I can watch my kid play the piano anywhere!)

Loser apps which I want my money back, but don't know how to request it:
Walkmeter (4.99 The GPS doesn't work for my location!! waste of money)
The secret daily teachings (4.99 for 365 quotes from the book - I have the book! why did I get it for my iphone??)

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    lol oh Tabby you're hilarious! :) I hope your iphone will help you reach your goals sooner :)
    2897 days ago
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