This list was an experiment in app tracking – my day starts with the alarm clock on my Android phone and I’m tapping away at app after app all day long. I tracked them one Sunday and this is what I came up with…
AlarmDroid (alarm clock)
Yep, even though it was a Sunday I had to wake up on time to get to my team practice. I like using this app to set multiple recurring alarms for different days of the week.
Of course I had to know how to dress for practice! Sunny and 65, so I wore shorts.
Foursquare — Best City Guide
Checked in at the practice field as proof that I did get up and actually go. Looks like I’m going to be mayor if I check in 2 more times!
theScore: Sports & Scores
Since I miss the first part of the Sunday NFL games each week (again, I was at practice), I kept up on the scores with ScoreMobile.
Seesmic (Facebook, Twitter)
On and off this app with my Twitter accounts ALL DAY. I manage multiple accounts and love this app for the interface.
My favorite SMS/MMS app for so many reasons, like customized notification sounds. I used it to make dinner plans with a friend.
Got a couple of emails to check on multiple accounts, one alerting me to a new photo I was tagged in on Facebook.
Bloo – Facebook 1.4.4d Beta
Pictures from the game yesterday! Also accepted an event invite, a friend request, and posted a few things on friends’ walls.
doubleTwist Music Player, Sync
Music for the road… I love DoubleTwist for sycing my iTunes songs and playlists from my computer to my phone so I can listen to them anywhere. With my new Bluetooth FM receiver, I used this app for my music when I was driving all day.
JuiceDefender – battery saver
It’s not the LAST app I used yesterday, but I’m out of sections to describe my Day in App Life! This one is important in keeping me going through more or less constant phone usage. I run this one all the time to keep my battery in shape. When I’m playing with the phone all day, this one’s a lifesaver for conserving battery, closing out background apps I’m not using and forgot to close, and setting power profiles.