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Diagnosis: iphone app insecurity

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When you buy a box of chocolates you expect the chocolates to accompany the box as standard. The problem with buying the chocolates yourself, is you can’t help but feel everyone else has the caramel special you haven’t found yet.

Obviously, this analogy is about iPhone apps. I’ve scanned the Internet for the best reviews, asked for recommendations on Twitter and tested everything I can get my grubby hands on but can’t shift the nagging feeling that I might be missing out.

I wonder if this is a wide spread disorder. Do a quick scan of Twitter and you will find others looking for the same advice. There are also endless blogs promoting the latest must have apps. Heck, there are even apps to help you find new apps.

From the anxiety sweats and aching fingers I can tell I’ve come down with a case of iPhone app insecurity. Please feel free to use this as a forum/ support group to share your woes.

My current smorgasbord of apps:


Written by sociauxanswers

December 1, 2009 at 6:54 pm

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