If you have an iPad or an iPhone, there is one app that you need to check out. It is Apps Gone Free. Just do it. This is THE daily lineup of apps that are free on a particular day. It is a great way to see what is out there, what you might use, and what types of apps are marvelous but won't be used.
For example, yesterday the pain and depression app in the AmbiScience Audio Series by Tesla Sciences is free to download on iTunes. You may follow the link through Apps Gone Free above or go to the iTunes App Store. This app contains sub programs through which you can activate Brain Wave Entrainment, BWE. There are real medical issues involved in the use of BWE and anyone considering using such programs should read the fine print to make sure that a pre-existing contraindication does not exist before anyone uses the program.
The other thing that I discovered this week that all you Blogspot type of bloggers can use Blog Docs – Google Docs on the iPad to write posts. It also says it works with WordPress and Tumblr. I use WordPress for my blogs and I am smitten with Blogsy when I'm writing on my iPad (with a bluetooth keyboard) but Blog Docs integration into a Google Docs application may be a very good combination. The cost for the full version has been reduced too, although I can't say how long that lower price of $2.99 rather than $7.99 will stand. If it has been a while since you blogged through the Google Docs app, using the still requisite Google Drive, you might want to check it out again. Spiff features include text over photos, email support, drawing, blogging, Google Doc synch, browsing, audio, and more. If you haven't checked it out for blogging, you might want to try it.
Have fun exploring apps this weekend. You might find something that is actually useful!