Reading through the six catagories of the 21st centruy top apps I have noticed that I have used at least one of the apps in each of the six catagories. In the information literacy, I have used flipboard. I downloaded the app and it is basically and RSS feed. You can pick and choose the categories you want and it updates automatically when you open the app. In the media literacy I have used youtube. I am sure everyone in this online class has used youtube more than a handful of times. In the global literacy category I have used Skype. Many of my friends are/were in the services and I got to use Skype a lot with them while they were deployed or in camp. In the Critical thinking/Create category I used Brushes. Brushes was an application I used for painting and writing things on my ipad for lesson plans. In the communicate/collaborate category I used Dropbox. It allows you to send your files through “air” which is kind of like what icloud is for the iphone. It used to be one of my favorite apps because you did not need to sync your phone to your computer to add the files you just had to drop it into your “dropbox” application. Finally, in network literacy category, I have used all of 9 applications showed. Pinterest, Instagram, and facebook are my most used applications on my phone daily.