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What are the best apps for geeks?

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  1. 1Twitter

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    Twitter is a global social networking platform where users can share and broadcast ideas, opinions, live updates, news, and messages online known as tweets. Users can also interact with others by replying, retweeting, and liking their tweets.

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  1. 2Evernote

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    Evernote is an app that allows users to create all kinds of notes and keep all their ideas organized and collected in the same spot. The app also offers a lot of tools to share ideas and even create agendas for their teammates.   

  2. 3c:geo

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    c:geo is a simple to use and powerful geocaching client with a lot of additional features. All you need to get started is an existing account on geocaching.com and you will be able to use c:geo, that offers basic support for other geocaching platforms (like Opencaching).

  1. 4Audible

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    Audible is home to a library of over 180,000 audiobooks, podcasts, and Audible Channels. This tool comes with a complete customization of your listening experience. 

  2. 5TripIt

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    TripIt is a travel organizer that creates a full itinerary for your trip. It tells you the nearest transport options, provides you with real-time flight alerts and can even share your plans in an instant. 

  3. 6Amazon Kindle

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    Amazon Kindle is a free cross-platform to download and use. With this app, you can carry with you all the ebooks you want! It is the best option for those who want to read any type of publication such as books, magazines or newspapers.

  4. 7Dropbox

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    Dropbox is a cloud-based file hosting service for personal or business use, available on computers and mobile devices. Easily store all your data in a safe and secure location that sync across all your devices or can be shared with friends or co-workers for collaborative work.

  5. 82Do

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    2Do is a free task management app available for iOS and Android devices. Its features include quick entry, cloud sync, smart lists, batch editing, and full-text soundex searches. A free trial is also available for the Mac version.

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    Anonymous
    October 12, 2017
    "Dropbox allows me to create my own cloud backup of any file I want. I can easily access it from any device I have and download files again on the fly. It easy and intuitive to use, and it's great for keeping my photos safe. It's saved me from a few phone and hard drive crashes so far. I recommend it greatly."
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    Anonymous
    July 4, 2018
    "Audible is a must-have app for anyone with an interest in ebooks and audiobook content. It's that simple - if you listen to audiobooks as much as I do, you'll have a hard time ignoring Audible's great library. Better yet, it comes with a free trial - you have zero excuse not to get started!"
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    Anonymous
    October 9, 2017
    "Organization is everything! Paper can clutter and notes can get lost all the time! This app allows even someone like me to get organized with a easy search function to look up even handwritten notes. I dont have to scramble through pages trying to find that important info anymore."
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    Evernote
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    Anonymous
    October 11, 2017
    "I started geocaching a few years ago. Its a great way to get out the house and socialize with people without being too awkward as you have an activity you can do. This app was pretty easy to use. It was just download and go. Now I'm off to find a Star Trek themed box."
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    Anonymous
    October 30, 2017
    "The Kindle app makes it so easy to read anything you want, any where you want. It's comforting to be able to carry a library's worth of books all on one device. It will never replace an actual book, but it's a close substitute."
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    Amazon Kindle
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    Anonymous
    October 6, 2017
    "I need something to help organize my busy life. I downloaded 2DO to see what it offered. This app was able to get everything in on my phone and make it organized in such a way that I was able to clearly view my phone."
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    2Do
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    October 3, 2017
    "This is very helpful if you travel a lot and want to plan everything out ahead of time. It has tons of useful tools."
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    Anonymous
    April 4, 2018
    "For all the people that love connecting with others. This is a great app to do just that!"
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    Twitter
This list is about What are the best apps for geeks
RankAnswersTypeVotesPrice
1TwitterApps 16 Free
2EvernoteApps 12 Free
3c:geoApps 11 Free
4AudibleApps 10 Free
5TripItApps 9 Free
6Amazon KindleApps 8 Free
7DropboxApps 5 Free
82DoApps 4 Free
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