1. Dropbox

It's kinda like a flash drive, it allows you to hold up to 2 GB of data. But unlike a flash drive, it’s always there.  It's free.

2. Elements

This is a text editor you can organize into folders and share across multiple devices.  This one will cost you $4.99.

3. Instapaper

Instapaper allows you to save and archive online articles for off-line reading. With the added bonus of being able to share links via Twitter and Tumblr, Instapaper helps you keep up to date with news, so you can share it with the world.  It will cost you $4.99.

4. Pulse

Pulse is a news platform that picks stories for you based on your source preferences. With its sleek design and slideshow interface, it’s easy to browse stories on and offline.  This one is free.  I love it....it's actually 1 of 50 apps in the Apple App Store Hall of Fame.

5. Snapp!

Snapp! offers a simple way to collect and store contact information and stay in touch with people with the click of a button—and even let’s you keep them organized by event.  It's free for personal use, but $2.99 for the business upgrade.

6. Evernote

This free app lets you to take photos, store pictures, write notes, and record voice memos. Individual notes are stored in notebooks. This one is also free.

7. iP (also known as iPeriod)

iPeriod

Keeping track of your cycle has never been easier.  Do I really need an app to keep up with my cycle? This one will cost you $1.99.  The app has a built-in calendar that tracks your fertile days along with your times of the month.  You can also export your charts and manage fertility and ovulation statistics.

8. Instagr.am

Instagr.am is an app, photo feed and social network that unites people with images of their day-to-day. You can even edit the photos. Free.