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Tee Morris

Review: Camera Zoom

If you are a fan of iPhone photography, Camera Zoom from KendiTech ($0.99USD) helps bring the action closer to you without crowding your subject.

Review: Memory Stick

MemoryStick is one of those applications that wants to be the tool you use in a pinch to get yourself out of a tight situation. In theory, that is what MemoryStick does. Your state-of-the-art iPhone transforms itself into a mountable flash drive. So if you suddenly find yourself in need of a few gigabytes of storage space and have no thumb drive within reach, MemoryStick makes that emergency storage happen. In theory, that’s what it wants to do. And yeah, it tries really hard to meet up to its potential.

Review: WordPress

Casually browsing though the App Store's Social Networking section, I stumbled across WordPress Version 1.21. As it was a free download and I wanted to explore Social Media possibilities with my iPhone, there was no harm in giving it a shot. Admittedly, I wondered just how versatile this app could be? In a word: Wow!

Review: Twittelator Pro

For Twitterholics out there who feel the need — the need to tweet from their iPhone, there are numerous offerings available. There is one, however, that is raising the bar for Twitter clients (of all varieties) that brings the Twitter experience to your iPhone in a sleek, compact package. With Twittelator Pro, provided you are connected to the Internet, you can now tweet from anywhere.