Remotely check on people, places, and things with today’s AppBump featured app, Splashtop CamCam. We also have an app that allows you to manage your Flickr account, and a photography app that features hundreds of crude captions.

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iPhone:

Speed Match ($0.99 → Free, 13.1 MB): This fast-paced matching game will put your reflexes to the test. Icons stream up both sides of the screen, and it’s up to you to match pairs by simultaneously tapping on them. If you take too long to create a match or tap the wrong icons, you’ll lose a life. Lose all three or run out of the time and the game is over. The game includes two modes, combo points for quickly creating matches, and local high scores.

Speed Match is available for free today only (09/23). It has a 3.5-star rating with a total of 30 ratings.

I’d Cap That+ ($0.99 → Free, 5.7 MB): An entertainment app designed for those with a crude sense of humor. You must first snap a new photo within the app or import one from your library or Facebook. You can then slap random crude, and sometimes hilarious, captions on top of it. The app includes more than 800 built-in captions, a 10 best matching captions options, 10 photo filters, and the ability to add your own custom caption.

I’d Cap That+ is available for free today only (09/23). It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 517 ratings.

ToonFun – Cartoon Fx Camera ($0.99 → Free, 2.1 MB): Apply 17 cartoon effects to your photos and videos with this fun photography app. You’re able to see what each filter looks like in real-time, and you can just swipe left and right to view each one. You can also import photos from your library and apply the effects after the fact. The app also includes front and back camera support, and the ability to share your creations via Facebook, YouTube, or email.

ToonFun – Cartoon Fx Camera is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 19 ratings.

PushUps 0 to 100 ($0.99 → Free, 31.8 MB): Work your upper body into shape with this fitness app. It features a 10 week program that will help you gradually work your way from 0 pushups to 100. The app includes three effort levels to match your fitness level, audio coaching, achievements for performance that can be shared via Facebook and Twitter, and the ability to listen to music while exercising.

PushUps 0 to 100 is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 5 ratings.

Fling! ($0.99 → Free, 17.3 MB): Fling furballs at other furballs in order to knock all but one off of the screen in this puzzle game. Furballs can’t be flung at adjacent furballs and they can’t just be flung off the screen — they need to be knocked off to be removed. The game includes more than 10,000 puzzles, four modes, hints, undo, and achievements and leaderboards via Game Center.

Fling! is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 40890 ratings.

Universal:

Splashtop CamCam ($0.99 → Free, 5.4 MB): Remotely check on people, places, and things with this live video streaming app. Download the necessary companion software for free from Splashtop’s website to turn your home PC’s webcam into a live video streaming device. Then connect it with your iPhone or iPad to monitor anything you want remotely. The app includes high-resolution video, pinch-to-zoom, and panning.

Splashtop CamCam is available for free today only (09/23). It has a 4-star rating with a total of 467 ratings.

Balloon Animals+ ($2.99 → Free, 31.5 MB): Learn how to make balloon figures by following animated 3D instructions with this educational app. You are able to interact with the 3D models to get a better understanding of what’s going on using multitouch gestures. The app includes 11 animated animal and shape instructions, five basic balloon twist animations, the ability to speed up and slow down the instructions, and a bonus lesson that teaches you how to create a 3D origami shirt out of a dollar bill.

Balloon Animals+ is available for free for a limited time. It has a 3-star rating with a total of 552 ratings.

Lulu in Australia ($2.99 → Free, 61.4 MB): An interactive storybook that allows your child to follow Lulu and her cat Zazou on their adventure across Australia. The app features audio narration, and allows your child to interact with various items on the screen. It also includes mini-games, humorous dialogue, original music, and an interactive map.

Lulu in Australia is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 17 ratings.

iPad:

Flickr Studio ($4.99 → Free, 10.3 MB): Manage your Flickr account or just browse through the billions of photos from the community with this photography app. After signing into your Flickr account, you’re able to browse your own stream, sets, collections, groups, tags, or search for something specific. Photos can be displayed in list, grid, map, or slideshow view. The app also includes full screen browsing, full video support, the ability to upload and edit photos, support for batch downloading, and the ability to look up other Flickr users by name or email address.

Flickr Studio is available for free today only (09/23). It has a 4-star rating with a total of 314 ratings.

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