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    Default iPad users

    Those that use an iPad,
    What is a good budgeting app?
    A good diary app instead of lugging a diary around?
    Any other good productivity apps?
    Have you fond a cookbook app?

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    I just use the calendar as a diary.
    As for a cookbook app, what exactly do you want? One that you can enter your own recipes, or one that provides you with recipes?

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    One that I can add my own recipes if possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by supa_star323 View Post
    One that I can add my own recipes if possible.
    There is a good paid one. I forget it's name and I'm not home, can't find it on my iPhone.

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    Paprika is the recipe app. It's $6 but worth it.

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    Sorry to crash your thread but I use the bubhub ap on my iPad and can't find how or where to click to start a thread?
    Can anyone help me?
    I would start my own thread if I knew how
    I'm so not tech savvy lol

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    Agree I love Paprika, totally worth it.

    I also use the inbuilt calendar as an diary

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    I've found BillMinder and Debt Manager to be helpful for us.

    As for recipes, I'll just take a photo or a screenshot of a recipe and put it in an album.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milly Molly Mandy View Post
    Sorry to crash your thread but I use the bubhub ap on my iPad and can't find how or where to click to start a thread?
    Can anyone help me?
    I would start my own thread if I knew how
    I'm so not tech savvy lol
    Go to the section you want to start a thread in in the 'forums' tab, then tap the icon on the top right hand corner and tap 'New Topic'.


 

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