My favorite app: Appy Geek
In just a few shorts weeks Appy Geek an app for gatering technology news and information has catapulted itself into becoming my app of choice. It went from marginally functional to absolutely superior in one fell swoop and should loudly demonstrate to other app developers that quality and talent will win out. It has totally blown away every other tool I used to gather tech news. The interface is powerful. The feature are many. It is a bullseye winner on my old out of date HTC G1 Android Phone that I hope to use for years to come.
My second favorite App: Catch
I use Catch for my news notes and drafting my posts. I take copius notes on my HTC G1 (Android) and export them to my desktop for editing. I turned to Catch when Evernote became highly unreliable, ultimately unuseable and tech support was lacking. As a high level of note taking is essential to my work and profession I really needed a solution that delivered on its promise and potential. I can say two weeks in that Catch has indeed delivered. I just discovered the Online desktop component of Catch.
I started using MacJournal until it too upgraded itself out of correctly functioning.
What a relief to find an app that takes quality and performance seriously. Catch is a catch. Watch this company vlosely they have a clue and know what to do,
A great app from the Android sandbox at Google I/O was Catch.com. It is the SF based company that purchased AK Notepad, one of the first notepad apps available in the Android Market.
The Catch developers have introduced a feature-packed app which with cloud and local hooks allowing users to take notes, photo notes, voice recording, geo tagged notes and more, and then save them, sort them and categorize them with hash tags. Note etrieval extremely easy