This Week’s Must-Have iOS Apps: Path For iPad, Onavo Count, Panna & More [Roundup]

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  • jt1234

    “POOP” Hahaha, the front page photo for this post spells out “POOP”. Very cool.

  • TheMacAdvocate

    Panna isn’t free; it’s $4.99 an issue. How could this not only be mislabeled in the header, but not mentioned at all in the description? Something smells awfully disingenuous here.

    Maybe CoM would care to disclose what financial benefit accrues to the site, if any, for an app that makes it into their “Must-Have iOS Apps”?

  • BryanElliott

    Panna isn’t free; it’s $4.99 an issue. How could this not only be mislabeled in the header, but not mentioned at all in the description? Something smells awfully disingenuous here.

    Maybe CoM would care to disclose what financial benefit accrues to the site, if any, for an app that makes it into their “Must-Have iOS Apps”?

    Dude, Panna is totally free. No need to freak out.

  • Shane Bryson

    Panna isn’t free; it’s $4.99 an issue. How could this not only be mislabeled in the header, but not mentioned at all in the description? Something smells awfully disingenuous here.

    Maybe CoM would care to disclose what financial benefit accrues to the site, if any, for an app that makes it into their “Must-Have iOS Apps”?

    Dude, Panna is totally free. No need to freak out.

    No, our friend here is correct, Panna is actually $4.99 an issue or $14.99 for a 1-year subscription. That being said, MacAdvocate is actually kind of freaking out a little. Just seems like a small mistake on the part of the author.

  • SteveCrevillen

    I was interested in Onavo until I read that “your access to the internet through your mobile phone will be routed through Onavo’s servers”. Not something I’m keen on.

  • TranceMist

    Did you even look into how Onavo works before recommending it?

    It hijacks ALL of your data and routes it through their servers. Major security and performance issues .