1. Reaper – 60 days trial period and US$60 for discounted license for personal use and US$225 for full commercial license. This DAW comes with plugins for all your needs and works any VST,AU and JS plugins. Super stable and light program. Fully customisable GUI to make it behave like any DAW you are already familiar with. I personally prefer its native look and feel. Play around for 60 days and buy it even if you don’t like it.
Here is a list of android mobile apps that I use regularly and are still relevant today:
1. aWallet Password – Store passwords securely
3. Snapdragon BatteryGuru – battery saver for snadragon base phones
4. BubblerGPS – best trip logger app I bought till date. Road trippers blessing.
5. Business Calendar – great for prople who use multiple calendars in google calendars
6. Carousel – Dropbox camera uploads app. Easy to view photos uploaded to dropbox as a time line.
8. Easy Phone Sync – Sync music from iTunes on my mac.
10. Evernote Widget
My post on Top Apps for iPad was quite a hit. After searching around and not finding much, here are the apps I finally settled on my MacBook Pro acquired last December. These apps vary in functionality from Audio Recording to everyday apps.