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Old 12-27-2012, 11:11 AM
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Jacket, you suck. Bike Race is too addicting. Why did you make me do it!?
If you like that try Hill Climb
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Whats an app??
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Old 12-27-2012, 07:37 PM
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Whats an app??
I think it's those little snack things you eat before a meal.
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I've been wasting a lot of time on CSR Racing this week. Graphics are pretty impressive for a free game.

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/csr-...469369175?mt=8

Already up to tier 4 and building out my new R8.
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if you have a gmail account and travel alot, TripIt is so awesome.

you basically configure it to watch your email box and every time you get a travel confirmation for flights, hotels, rental cars, etc. It automagically adds all of the information to the app on your phone. no more printing confirmation emails, no more searching your inbox for your itenerary, it does all of that for you. it will tell you the best way to get from the airport to the hotel, all kinds of great stuff. The reason it works is because you don't have to do anything at all ever. Just tap the app and there's your flight information. It also picks up info from any email with travel info in it that other people send you and adds that. So your friends are flying in for the weekend and forward you the "woo hoo booked our tickets" email, it adds that, then you know what airline, when it lands, etc for when you gotta run to dia to get them. it's free for the regular version which I use. The pro version tracks and manages all of your frequent flyer miles and rewards.
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If you like that try Hill Climb
Did that and got kinda bored after a bit.

Downloaded Dirt Trials 2012 and EnduroXT FR, but those were pretty easy too.

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if you have a gmail account and travel alot, TripIt is so awesome.

you basically configure it to watch your email box and every time you get a travel confirmation for flights, hotels, rental cars, etc. It automagically adds all of the information to the app on your phone. no more printing confirmation emails, no more searching your inbox for your itenerary, it does all of that for you. it will tell you the best way to get from the airport to the hotel, all kinds of great stuff. The reason it works is because you don't have to do anything at all ever. Just tap the app and there's your flight information. It also picks up info from any email with travel info in it that other people send you and adds that. So your friends are flying in for the weekend and forward you the "woo hoo booked our tickets" email, it adds that, then you know what airline, when it lands, etc for when you gotta run to dia to get them. it's free for the regular version which I use. The pro version tracks and manages all of your frequent flyer miles and rewards.
I've been playing with Passbook and TripCase for stuff like this, maybe I'll try TripIt too.
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Old 01-16-2013, 12:32 PM
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Did that and got kinda bored after a bit.
ya it can. Try Zombieville 2 its pretty awesome
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Trial Xtreme 3 is pretty cool.
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Old 02-18-2013, 05:49 PM
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if you have a gmail account and travel alot, TripIt is so awesome.

you basically configure it to watch your email box and every time you get a travel confirmation for flights, hotels, rental cars, etc. It automagically adds all of the information to the app on your phone. no more printing confirmation emails, no more searching your inbox for your itenerary, it does all of that for you. it will tell you the best way to get from the airport to the hotel, all kinds of great stuff. The reason it works is because you don't have to do anything at all ever. Just tap the app and there's your flight information. It also picks up info from any email with travel info in it that other people send you and adds that. So your friends are flying in for the weekend and forward you the "woo hoo booked our tickets" email, it adds that, then you know what airline, when it lands, etc for when you gotta run to dia to get them. it's free for the regular version which I use. The pro version tracks and manages all of your frequent flyer miles and rewards.
Thanks for the tip, Kipper. Our company provides the Pro version for free for employees, so I just spent the last 30 minutes getting it set up. Looks really cool.
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Old 02-25-2013, 02:08 PM
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So I was out running around the other day and thought - man, green chile soup sounds kinda good. I wonder what is in that recipe that I could pick up at the store on the way home. I bet there's an app for that.

Does anybody know a recipe app? Free is best if it works good.

Also just found puregas, also pure-gas.org on the web. Ethanol-free gas. We only have 3 in the Denver area
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