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The 7 best iPhone/iPad apps for August bank holiday

Don't get bored if the weekend's a washout

To ensure you're not bored while you're stuck indoors this bank holiday weekend, as predictably it'll be raining, we've compiled a list of some of the most promising and interesting apps released this month on the iPhone and iPad.

Bills

Availability: iPad and iPhone

Developer: iBear, LLC

Price: £2.39

This app is designed to help you pay your bills more efficiently. It helps you set up a calendar schedule for when your bills are due that you can sync up with your iPhones and iPads. It also marks which bills are paid and which are overdue, and lets you export your data into an Excel spreadsheet.

OmniFocus for iPad

Availability: iPad

Developer: The Omni Group

Price: £23.99

This is an iPad adaptation of a popular iPhone app that was released two years ago. OmniFocus is an all-purpose task manager including location-aware task displays that remind you if you happen to be nearby where you've already scheduled a task. This app is mainly for people who have a lot, lot, lot to do and have a difficult time remembering how to get it all done.

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