I bought their Trees apps a few weeks ago on sale and really enjoyed it. While there is room for improvement, I really like the idea of digitizing the Audubon books (which I’ve always enjoyed immensely). Their original price point of $9.99 always struck me as a bit steep, but at 50% this will probably push me over the edge on picking up more of them.
Signing up either at foodonthetable.com or in the app, Food on the Table will ask you for your preferences—the types of foods you like and dishes you enjoy, and the grocery stores you shop at. Then it will recommend dishes for you for the week, helping you get out of food ruts or scrambling to figure out what to make for dinner.
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Has Microsoft waited too long and let apps like Evernote, Remember the Milk and SpringPad get too firmly entrenched. Some say yes, but it’s hard to forget just how deep the OneNote roots run in the corporate world. If MS can keep the bugs to a minimum and not put up any unnecessary roadblocks between the mobile and desktop world, they just might reclaim the mobile note-taking world.
On your PC, phone, or the web, OneNote goes everywhere
Microsoft OneNote Mobile for Android is a note-taking app for capturing all of your ideas and to-dos on the go, brought to …