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One thing that’s boosted the popularity of smartphones andrntablets is the way they put information at your fingertips right when you needrnit. Yes, you can find almost anything you’re looking for by using a Web browserrnand a little patience. But a number of reference apps can make it easier torntrack down all sorts types of information. Here are five apps I’ve found to bernparticularly useful.
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WhatTheFont is currently available only for iOS.
MyDataManager also allows you to configure plans and alarms so that yournwill know when you are close to reaching your data limit. It’s available for iOS and Android.
GlobeConvert is an awesome free tool for performing just about any kind of conversionrnimaginable. Conversion categories include standard data types, such as time,rntemperature, length, and currency, but you can also perform conversions relatedrnto less common data types, like pressure and power.
Each conversion type is fully configurable. For example, thernLength conversion supports things like millimeters, miles, yards, and inches. GlobeConvertrnis currently available for iOS.
Parcel – Delivery Tracking
The free version is limited to providing push notifications forrnthree packages at a time, but for $1.99 per year, the premium version removesrnthis limitation. Parcel u2013 Delivery Tracking is currently available for iOS.
The software also includes a dictionary function that allows yournto look up words without having to leave the article. Wikipanion is currently available for iOS.