Diane was determined to find out if there was really an app that had 50+ other apps within it! Is it really to good to be true?
here is what they say: At our current release, the following apps are included: - PDF Reader Pro (large file support) - Virtual MIC Pro - Business Name Card - Big Notes Pro (notes, journal and diary) - Calculator - System Monitor - Alarm Clock Pro - Battery Monitor - Ruler - Flashlight Pro - Language Translator - Unit Convertor - Digital Scale Pro - Camera Zoom Pro - Google Books - Google Docs - MultiTab Browser Pro - Find My Location - Spell Check Pro (dictionary) - Handy Level - Gmail - Google News - Google Reader - Balance Ball - Dice Shaking - Google Talk - Google Buzz - Google Calendar - iGoogle - Yahoo - Tip Calculator - Random Number - Service Bell - Party Lighter - BAC Calc - Facebook Tool - Twitter Tool - Holidays & Event - Push Beer - Relax Music - Cocktails Recipes - Rss Reader - Zip Codes - Password Manager - Coins - Altimeter - Currency Exchange - Thief Alarm - Find My Car - Police Sound - Shopping list Pro - Classical Dart - Women Menstrual Calendar - Tap counter - Timer - BMI Tracker - Wisdom Quotes - Google Latitude - Metronome - Electric Shaver *next update -70+ apps
One of the most successful camera apps for the iPhone is the Hipstamatic. With a variety of old school lenses and films, the app was able to take new pictures and make them look old. If only we could Hipsta-tize existing photos…Now you can with the Swankolab. An old school photo-lab complete with chemicals and a variety of recipes that will have you mixing and matching a variety of effects in real time. Once you’re done, simply hang your photos up to dry and voila, you’ve got that low-tech look on your new-tech camera phone.
Did you miss that story about how texting doesn’t cost the phone companies anything? When i switched from the iPhone 3G to the iPhone 4, somehow my texting plan got changed. I was suddenly on a plan that charged me five cents for every message over my “plan”. This was another 30 or 40 dollars apparently. If we already pay for internet and phone service, we should not be paying for texts. The FREE Textfree Unlimited app says it will let you send and receive unlimited FREE texts from an iPod touch or iPhone to any US mobile phone.No catch, no hidden anything, no yearly fees!Diane and I gave it a try and it does work, but delivers a new entry for each text instead of keeping the texts from one number.
I made a little noise back when the iPad released and the MLB AT BAT app was selling for $15. The app wasn’t ready for release and the quality of the video was not what they promised. That 15 dollars is now a fantastic value for baseball fans who don’t live in their home town broadcast market. With the MLB.TV subscription you can get live games that look amazing even over 3G. Without the subscription you still get live audio from each teams broadcast crew, full high quality game recap and highlight videos make it more than worth the cost of the app. MLB has the right idea giving access to live high quality games on mobile, PC, and even the PlayStation 3. If you already get all your games locally, you may not care about this app, but if you’re into fantasy baseball this is a great way to see all your players highlights from anywhere in the world.
When a game is downloaded more than 6.5 million times from the App store, you know it’s a hit. When it gets brought to other game platforms, then you know it’s a blockbuster. Angry Birds is one of those simple to play hard to master games that require problem solving and skill. The art is bright and the characters are great. The physics engine is perfect and that all adds up to a very addictive game. Developed byRovio, a developer based in Finland. Download the app here