iOS apps of the day [April 29, 2012]

Today’s Apps

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Apps for April 29, 2012

MyAccounts – Sync with Google Spreadsheets

MyAccounts – Sync with Google Spreadsheets is a personal finance app that supports multiple accounts and even multiple currencies. This will also help you with creating a budget so you could stick by with it and get your finances back on track. All of your information can be synced with Google spreadsheets, and if you have any photos of your receipts they will get synced with Google Picasa. You can make lists of items you need to buy as well as getting timely reminders with the To-do function. You can even back up or restore your information by connecting to iTunes with either USB or WiFi. You can even have the app create routine records so that they can automatically come up every time you tell it to. There also is a simple and clear interface so that you can browse your transactions by month, week or day. You can allow budgets to be set with a variety of categories and sub categories. You can also export your information within a time period and email them to your email address. You are also obliged to make sure your data is safe by creating a password so no one unauthorized will access that personal data.

Price: $2.99

Version discovered: 2.6

Requires: iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad; iOS 3.0 and up

Download size: 2.9 MB

MyAccounts on iTunes

United Kingdom Travelpedia

United Kingdom Travelpedia is a travel app that will help you with a lot of things when visiting the UK. It covers over 300 England/Scotland/Wales/Ireland Cities and over 5000 hot Sights/Restaurants/Shopping/Nightlife places for travelers. What is included in the app is a Sights Bible that has well organized sights, aRestaurant Bible which has well organized restaurants, a , Shopping Bible that has well organized shopping place, and finally there is a Nightlife Bible which includes well organized nightlife places. This app also has “Smart” MAP & List Mixed view which will provide you best navigation experience. Also with “Near searching” where you can to provide you a great way to find the near hot restaurants & shopping places. This app will be helpful if you would love to visit anywhere around the United Kingdom, and hopefully without asking any of the natives for help.

Price: Free (Limited time; Normally $4.99)

Version discovered: 1.0

Requires: iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad; 4.2 and up

Download size: 33.1 MB

United Kingdom Travelpedia on iTunes

Dragons Rage

Dragons Rage is a game where you are the fire breathing dragon and defend yourself against the ones that are come to destroy you. The basic object of the game is that you tilt your device which makes the dragon rotate from one direction to the other, and you have to breathe fire at the hordes coming after you.  If they get near you they will hurt you, and if your life bar is empty the game is over. You can also pick up bonus items and weapons as you progress in the game. There are multiple stages in the game so you can take a break from playing instead of going for an ongoing endurace game.

Price: Free (Limited time; Normally $0.99)

Version discovered: 1.1

Requires: iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad; iOS 3.2 and up

Download size: 36.6 MB

Dragons Rage on iTunes

dotTechies: We have tested all the apps listed above. However, iOS Apps of the Day articles are not intended as “reviews” but rather as “heads-up” to help you discover new apps. Always use your best judgement when downloading apps, such as trying trial/free versions before purchasing paid apps, if applicable.

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  1. Robert
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    @Stuart: Well that’s good to know! I had a few friends that had a bad experience, but I am guessing whomever they came across were probably not in the mood to deal with anyone. It is a dream of mine to come over for a visit to the UK. I’m hoping that when the Doctor Who Experience opens up in Cardiff, I’ll be able to go since I couldn’t when it was in London.