Apps of the month (March 2012): Apple Store, Speedtest, Tweetbot, and more

In Scott Lowe's latest app roundup, he features the following mobile applications: Apple Store, Alarm Clock HD,, Tweetbot, and

Vendor:, Inc Cost: Free in the Apple App Store, free in Google Play Not everything is (or should be) about work. My wife happens to be a huge fan of the Hunger Games books. She and a bunch of her friends planned to go as a group on the opening night of the movie. We wanted to buy her tickets ahead of time and decided to do it while we were out and about. So, I downloaded and installed the application. It was the only one I found that supported buying tickets for our small local theater. Figure H and Figure I are screenshots of this entertainment app. Figure H

A list of movies that are currently playing.
Figure I

You can choose a date for the movie you want to see.


These are five apps I used this past month that have helped me either accomplish my goals, live a little easier, and help my wife be entertained. What apps did you use the most this past month? Please post your favorites in the discussion thread below.

By Scott Lowe

Since 1994, Scott Lowe has been providing technology solutions to a variety of organizations. After spending 10 years in multiple CIO roles, Scott is now an independent consultant, blogger, author, owner of The 1610 Group, and a Senior IT Executive w...