1. Wells Fargo
I really love being able to check my bank account, transfer money, deposit checks, pay bills, look at my spending report, etc. all via my space phone. It's super convenient.
2. My FitnessPal
This app is great for keeping track of my over eating problems. ;) I'm a list person and I like being able to list out everything I ate/drank that day. I typically try and do this throughout my day, so when I get down to dinner or late-night snack time, I know how many calories I have left to eat. Or, don't have. Another great feature is that it syncs to my Fitbit.
For anyone who loves to eat their way through their travels, Eater is an excellent app. It's an incredibly trusted foodie app that has never failed to disappoint. Eater allows you to to zoom into any location on a map and then it shows you by number how many Eater approved restaurants are located in that vicinity. From there, it lists out the top 38 restaurants with a description for each along with their information. It's also an evolving list. Every 6 months or so lists are updated. So you can check to see whats made their list or what is still so good that it stayed.
I realize this one isn't very relative to South Dakota, yet. But, it's still an excellent app. I recently experienced Lyft while in Vegas and could not get over how incredibly easy, fast, informative, and cheap it was. Once you create a profile and connect a payment method, you are set. Load up the app and it shows your exact location and nearby drivers. You chose a car/driver (who are all rated by past passengers) and they arrive at your location within 5 minutes. You can see a picture of your driver, what they drive, their phone #, and you can watch their vehicle literally move on the map to your destination. Once in a Lyft vehicle the experience is SO nice compared to taxis. The vehicles are clean, the drivers are friendly- they offer their passengers water, gum, even advil (we needed it!). Another convenient element is after you arrive at your destination, you just hop out. No need to pay in the vehicle, deal with money, or tips, etc. Once you are out, you rate your driver/ride, tip on the app, and go on your way. And, the rides are almost half the cost of a taxi ride.