4| Tweetbot is the best way to check Twitter on the go
If you have an iPhone or iPad, then Tweetbot is the only app you need to check Twitter. I was pretty disappointed when Twitter redesigned its official app for iOS and Android, which left me hungry for a solid alternative. Tweetbot is it. The design is nearly flawless, and we love all the swipe-based gestures for checking @ mentions and related tweets.
5| Spotify is the best way to discover new music
If you have a lot of music, there’s no chance it’ll all fit on your smartphone or tablet. That’s why a streaming music service like Spotify is perfect. Instead of storing all your music on your phone, you can stream from Spotify’s library of millions of songs. (You can store your favorites to your phone too.) Spotify also connects to Facebook, making it easy to swap playlists with your friends and see what they’re listening to.
Price: Free for iOS, Android, Windows Phone 7 (Search “Spotify in the Marketplace), PC, and Mac. The service costs $9.99 per month to use on mobile devices.
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6| Clear will change the way you think of to-do lists
Who knew a simple concept such as a to-do list could be so pretty? Clear did. This app organizes all the stuff you have to get done in a gorgeous layout. When you’re finished with one, just check it off with a satisfying swipe. Easy! Pro tip: Enable badge notifications for Clear so you can see how many pending items you still have in your to-do list without launching the app.
Price: $1.99 for iPhone
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