ZDNet App Wrap: September 24, 2012

ZDNet App Wrap: September 24, 2012

Summary: Any.Do, Desks Near Me, iCircuit, Live Traffic NSW, NRMA, Quora, St John Ambulance First Aid, and Review Property.

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TOPICS: Apps, Android, iOS, Mobility
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  • (Credit: Desks Near Me)

    Desks Near Me

    Platform: iOS (iPad and iPhone)

    Price: Free

    Your meeting was cancelled, and now you have 4 hours to spare in a foreign city. You could find a cafe and pay for Wi-Fi, but what if you want a desk? Desks Near Me does exactly that, narrowing down places you can work from based on your requirements.

  • (Credit: Krueger Systems)

    iCircuit

    Platform: Android

    Price: AU$2.86

    For the more technical among us who love to build circuits, but either can't do so on the go or don't have all the right components, this is probably the app for you. Build a circuit, measure voltages and currents, or view how transient circuits map through the in-built oscilloscope.

  • (Credit: Transport for NSW)

    Live Traffic NSW

    Platform: Android

    Price: Free

    Map apps are great for predicting traffic, but they're not always right. What about actually seeing what the road looks like before setting out? At least in NSW, you can do just that, even as you're walking across the parking lot with your phone.

Topics: Apps, Android, iOS, Mobility

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  • My Favorite apps

    Some App venders are nice response for iOS6. My favorite app Voice Reporder HD had already released, too.
    http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/voice-recorder-hd/id373045717?mt=8
    hchiba5