This month we ask for member participation in discussing and showing all your favorite apps for iPhone and iPad. Bring your device which we can connect to the screen so you can show or demo the app. Or you can simply share the name of the app and briefly talk about why you like it. We also plan to share a number of informative Mac-centric websites.
Follow-up information:
A number of members showed and demoed their favorite apps. Click on their names below to check them out:

Waterlogue - captures the essence of your photos in brilliant, liquid color - $4.99
Pencil Sketch - lets you create beautiful pencil and ink sketches from your photos - free
Scannable from Evernote - captures the paper in your life quickly, transforming it into high-quality scans - free
Radarscope - professional’s choice for mobile weather radar - $9.99
Runkeeper - is designed to keep your runs interesting and your motivation high - free
Monument Valley - is a surreal exploration through fantastical architecture and impossible geometry - $3.99
Windy - is an extraordinary tool for weather forecast visualization - free
IMDB - find showtimes, watch trailers, browse photos of favorite movies and TV shows - free
TV listings - simply enter your local ZIP code to find out what’s on TV - free

The next general meeting will be Tuesday, MARCH 10. Meeting details are usually posted about a week before the meeting date.
FEBRUARY 26 (last Wednesday) ST. LOUIS APPLE PROFESSIONALS - Check out their website for further information.
PLEASE NOTE : Anyone attending the general meeting MUST use door #7 to enter the building. It will be unlocked, the front door may not be. To reach this door, which will allow you to park much closer to our meeting area, take the first left as you enter the parking lot at the stoplight. Continue across the lot to an intersection where you see the busses parked. Continue straight along this bus parking area past several Parkway facilities buildings. On the right is the high school and as you pass various entry doors to the school you will see large numbers on them. Continue around the school building until you reach door number 7. Our meeting room has changed. Instead of the large open area we will meet in a classroom (room 825). There will be better acoustics, a built-in Smartboard and sound, small tables and individual chairs.
Central High Door 7