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Old 07-07-2012, 07:52 PM
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I use and love Ballistic: FTE, but I think it's only available for the Apple platform. It also costs $20.

If I were going to start with a new application, I'd likely give the Applied Ballistics app a try.
Yep! And it's worth every penny of the $20 bucks!
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Yep! And it's worth every penny of the $20 bucks!
I totally agree. I've been using it for about 3 years, now, and I've never once regretted spending the $20. I use it nearly every day.
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Great advice guys!

OK, so there are 2 great Apps to choose from - nice to have good alternative choices.

Which Android phone is "best" to use the Apps with?

THanks again!
My phone is two years old but I like it. It is a Motorola Droid X. I like it for the big screen. Not sure if they have replaced it or stll make it today.

Shooter is lik 10 or 20 bucks and Bryan's AB is like 29 or 39 bucks I don't remember for sure. Both are dirt cheap compared to the $150 I paid in the past for one. Using them both now I see Bryans AB as an upgraded version of Shooter. Just started using AB but so far it has given me very good first round solutions.

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Re: "Best" Smart Phone/Ballistic Apps?

This is great info!!! THanks so much.

So, for $30-$40 i can have an excellent ballistic program (App) on an Android platform phone and shouldn't have a bit of trouble. That's great news - i was thinking these things would be around $99 or so....

I can hardly wait to get things going out there!!!
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