groceryiq: Create and share grocery lists with your housemate(s). Check off each item as you get it at the store.
waze: Free voice turn-by-turn GPS navigation which auto re-routes based on traffic. It learns as you drive and as others drive.
Tweetbot (+Boxcar): Tweetbot is my favorite twitter client for iPhone so far. But it has no push so you need Boxcar to get notifications
Foursquare: Check into locations and get points, see where your friends have been. Ok it’s not really that great but I am addicted anyway. Also get some deals when you check in at certain places.
Moodagent: Want to create Pandora-style playlists on your device instantly without pre-planning? This app makes a playlist based on either a seed track or sliding levers to indicate preferred tempo and mood.
AwesomeNote+: This one is iPhone and iPad only but I like it, a great to-do and lists app with alarms and syncs with Evernote or Google Docs.
Yelp: Find restaurants on the go
Skype: Free video calls! hello, future…
Amazon: Life as a Prime is prime, shopping has never been easier.
Shop Savvy (Red Laser): Either of these apps lets you comparison shop an item online and off by scanning the UPC.
Baby Activity Logger: If you are a new parent and want to make some sense out of all the pooping and non-sleeping, use this app to track everything the baby does and which side you last breastfed from.
Calling All Foodies!
Inter-Faith Food Shuttle is looking for community members with culinary and/or nutrition background to teach low-income families how to garden, budget, cook, and eat healthfully! We need your help to make the classes happen!
We are in search of volunteers to fill the positions of Chef Educator, Nutrition Educator, and Healthy Cooking Demoist. Email Abbey@foodshuttle.org for more information on how to get involved!