Weekly top iPad apps: monitor your data, fuel, food, internet, and app consumption
Thursday 30 September 2010
These applications are built to help you keep track of your life. They will help you stay under your monthly mobile phone and ISP account limits, keep tabs on your household expenses, help you monitor your food intake, and let you know when to buy the best apps.
Quota for iPad
Quota for iPad helps you keep tabs on all your accounts so you never go over your limits. Quota for iPad makes it easy to set up and track usage for each billing cycle on your pre- or post-paid mobile phone (including your smartphone or iPad data plan), internet service provider, financial institutions, reward cards and frequent flyer miles, plus it helps you keep tabs on the weather, news, traffic cameras and RSS feeds.
XpenseTracker is an all-in-one expense tracking application that assists users with monitoring their bills, payments, and car mileage. Expenses can be recorded and categorized with completely customizable fields. Users can also take a quick snapshot of receipts and export their data to their desktop computer.
Car Expenses is an iPad app that tracks car-related expenses. Packaged in a fun design, users can monitor their fuel expenditure, record expenses along with the exact time and location, add notes about and get automatic reminders when the car needs to be serviced, plus view the information in colorful reports.
MyNetDiary - Food and Exercise Diary for iPad
MyNetDiary is an application for tracking your food intake and weight fluctuations. The app provides easy entry options for recording the food you eat and exercises you undertake, helps you decide which foods to purchase based on nutritional information, assists with diet planning and includes a list of healthy recipes.
AppAdvice tracks the price of iPad and iPhone applications, keeping you informed about the best apps and cheapest time to buy. Use AppAdvice to discover new applications, find "must-have" downloads and find out everything there is to know about the apps store.
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