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    September 23, 2013

    Update: Great ‘lesser known’ apps. Tell us about some you use?

    Update: We have had a great time playing around with some of your suggestions. We would love for you to share more of the great apps you use that most might not know about.

    There are some apps out there that are true gems, and once you find them it stays on your device for a long, long time. We thought we would share some, but we would like to know from you about some that might not be as popular as the big commercial apps, but have added something to your experience of using your device.

    Warmly – It is a very pretty alarm app and highly recommended.

    MightyText – It allows you to text on your phone from Chrome on any computer, it’s awesome.

    CloudCube – Easy access to every cloud storage services you may use, if you are one of those people who don’t want to pay for storage but still needs a lot of it.

    CallHeads – Perfect when you are working in an app and get a phone call. The whole screen will not be filled with your phone call screen – instead just a small icon will be displayed and you can continue working in the app and ignore the call (or answer it).

    Tell us in the comments below which apps you use that might not be ‘mainstream’.

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    • Henk Bekker

      Cozi Family Locator, previously called LIFE360? App is used to check-in when you reach you destination. Your linked family member, in my case the mrs., will know I have arrived safely at work.

    • Dawie

      Using a free app on iPhone called Fit2Web to easily make images and photo the correct size to use on my blogs and auctions.

    • DietsV

      I use squareIT to make 16×9 photos square, with a white letter-box, for instagram

    • Schalk

      South African company VCpay app for generating virtual credit cards for online payments. Works great.

      • Schalk

        I second this. The most useful app for me at the moment.

    • Ludo

      Eezicoupons app to save hundred Rands on your purchases at checkers/shoprite.

    • Jonathan Meyer

      The Tourism Radio City Guides app for iPhone and Android is pretty cool too. Free audio travel guides that work offline with your phone’s GPS.

    • Tebogo Kgati

      Waze.com, a community-based traffic and navigation app, gives you the best routes with real time help from other drivers on your daily commute.

    • Faurizel

      Shazam, song recognition!!

    • Mark

      The School Communicator – everything you need to know about your child at school. For iPhone.

    • Xuton

      South African Lotto Checker.

      A new app specially for the South African market.

      Delivers results direclty to your device and even checks boards against actual draws for you.

    • martini

      AbuzzWine – buy any South african wine on your phone and they deliver to your choice of destination.

    • Chez

      ColorNote for notes, checklists, reminders. So simple to use, doesnt mess around with your other stuff, works perfectly. Use it all the time for remembering stuff.

    • annie

      Shush! When you switch your phone to silent, Shush will ask you for how long and switch it back on again.