Can we make this a sticky, please? I thought I would make a post of iOS apps, and have other people post what they like in apps. It's hard to know about all of the apps out there, since there are over 300,000 world wide. I have an iPad2 and an iPhone 4. A lot of apps are on both of these devices, and communicate between devices. These are merely in the order that I wrote them down, each app (to me) is useful. I have listed price when I know what it is. Informant Pro ($14.99) - This a supreme calendar/project/to-do list manager. You can interface with your Google calendar. I am just now starting to use the to-do lists, and the only thing I haven't figured out how to do is synchronize the to-dos between my iPad and iPhone. Office2 HD ($7.99) - This is an "Office lite" for iOS. It has a word processor, spreadsheet and Power Point presentation. They are useable, but have limitations. The WP is good, and I am typing this post in it. The spreadsheet is adequate, but if you have a lot of formatting and/or formulas, it is better to create it in Excel and then send it to the iOS device. You can email documents directly from this app. PDF Reader PRO ($5.99) - This is a wonderful program for viewing and storing your PDFs. You can store your files in iCloud, and semi-easily transfer files between your iOS device and your base computer using your browser. You can also download them directly into your device by entering the URL of the file. mSecure ($9.99) - An outstanding password keeper. It encrypts your information locally, and requires a password to open every time. It updates across your devices using DropBox. Ancestry (Free) - If you like documenting your family tree, this is how to do it. With your Ancestry.com account, you can access PDF's of records, such as census, birth/death certificates, etc. You can easily enter life dates and events in each persons record. It does cost to view and save the PDF's. Buy Me A Pie! ($2.99) - This is a shopping list program that manages multiple shopping lists. Also, if you share your account information (account name and PIN) across multiple devices, someone can update their list and it pushes to your device. As long as the different devices have the same user/pin, it doesn't matter if they use the same iTunes account. Mint - This is a financial enhancement tool. It scans your bank account and matches the transactions to a budget that you develop. This requires constant upkeep, as transactions can easily go to "uncatagorized" and throw everything out of whack. PocketMoney ($4.99) - This program first appeared on the Apple Newton OS. This is a one man operation what has been developing 4-5 programs since then. Outstanding on the iOS, I use this to track my bank account. This does NOT automatically download any transactions from your bank. I print out my bank account ledger on a weekly basis and then reconciling is as easy as selecting "Pending Transactions" and then pressing a circle to mark it as cleared. Pageonce - This app contacts all of your accounts (bank, credit cards, utilities, etc.) and aggrigates it into one app, and provides alerts when bills are coming due. TurboTax - This just came out, and I easily did my taxes on it this year. There is a companion app to track the status of your return. DocScan Pro - Using your device's camera, take a picture of anything and convert it into a PDF. SpaceTeam - I thought I would put this in the middle as a fun momentary deversion. This is a Wi-Fi game, which connects up to four players. It is a cooperative game, where you are given a control panel of controls. Switches, buttons, dials and sliders, and you are given commands....Which you have to shout out to the other players because one of the other players has to obey the command you shout out. All of the other players will also be shouting out commands, and you have to figure out which one you have to perform. Add in "damage" to your instrument panel when you don't do what you're told, and this is a fun game to play at a Starbucks or other public setting. IP Scanner - This is a very good app that provides a detailed list of who is on your Wi-Fi network. There is a free version, which only provides 5 items, and the Pro version ($9.99) that reveals everybody. I Heart Radio - If you have unlimited bandwidth, then you can listen to just about any radio station that streams on the Internet. There are also "channels," where you get 24 hour coverage, like the Dave Ramsey Channel. FTP on the Go - A basic FTP app that I use to upload pictures and graphics into my Wordpress blogs. WordPress (Free) - An app that started out horrible, this one gets my "most improved" award. I have 5 WP blogs that I administer, and I can do all of them from this one app. Poynt - This app uses your location to determine the closest services, such as gas stations, places to eat, etc. Yelp - A review app. If you like (or hate) a place, this is where you can rate it. Khan Academy - A knowledge aggregator. You can watch videos and presentations on a wide variety of subjects. Big Oven - A recipie sharing app. It costs $19.99 a year to get rid of the ads and add a lot of other features. IPad Fourms - Learn about and share knowledge about your iPad. Project Plan HD ($5.99) - a Gantt chart program. It looks nice, but I haven't had the opportunity to use this app a lot. Slide Shark - Upload your PPTs into their cloud, then download and show them on your iPad. DropBox - Cloud storage that also has a PC app so you can store your databases locally. Works with a lot of apps.