Fresh iPhone Apps for Mar. 29: The Royal Wedding by NBC News, Serve, Droplist ToDo
The Royal Wedding between Prince William and fiancee Kate Middleton isn’t until April 29, but you can start gearing up with all kinds of photos and information with today’s leading Fresh iPhone App, The Royal Wedding by NBC News. Read about and download it below, along with a few other interesting new App Store additions: Serve, a PayPal alternative from American Express, and DropList, a to-do list app that syncs with Dropbox.
The Royal Wedding by NBC News (iPhone, iPad) Free
Keep up with any and all information you could ever want to know about the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton with NBC News’ The Royal Wedding app. First off, it funnels all news about the wedding into one place all the way up to the main event, allowing you to get first-hand reporting on the wedding, the Royal Family and the major players from trusted journalists close to the event.
There’s a wealth of additional Royal Family information on-hand with in the app. You can check out a family tree with lots of info about who’s who on the wedding day, view more than 300 photos of the Royal Family and the couple, and share everything you find with friends on Facebook and Twitter.
Serve (iPhone, iPad) Free
Move over PayPal, there’s a new money sending service in the iTunes App Store. Serve, a subsidiary of American Express, allows its users to quickly and easily send money between parties. You can even send money to friends and family in amounts so small the app would work for handing out allowance to your kids, or you can request money from people and groups who owe you.
With Serve, you can calculate and split bills between parties to quickly come to an amicable agreement about who owes what when out on the town. The service allows you to deposit money into it to use later, and you can keep track of what’s going on with your account and subaccounts, as well.
Droplist ToDo (iPhone, iPad) $0.99
Create to-do lists quickly and easily with Droplist, an app that makes use of Dropbox functionality and copy and paste functions to let you grab text from just about anywhere and quickly turn it into lists. You can pull up emails or documents, find the appropriate information, and pull it straight into Droplist to create a checklist for yourself that allows you to quickly and easily see what you have to do and cross off tasks as they’re completed.
You can also edit lists directly in Dropbox as plain text, sending things you need saved to the cloud away immediately, or sync your lists with Dropbox at any point. Droplist will also keep track of your lists and provide you with notifications and alarms, so you can make sure you don’t miss any important to-do list points like appointments.