Apps That Won a Place on the Home Page of my iPhone, iPad, Windows Phone & Android

I’ve written about thousands of apps for Android, iPhone, iPad and Windows Phone here. If you ever wondered which of these third party apps (not part of the mobile platform) actually made their way to the start window for each of my devices, wonder no more. I usually leave the default apps in-position on their respective home pages “just because.” This list does not indicate how “important” an app is. It says more about how frequently they are accessed on a daily basis.

iPad
Bing for iPad
Dijit (for use with the Griffin Beacon universal remote control)
Dropbox
Evernote
Google Voice
Google+