September 9, 2010
As you know, there are plenty of new apps hitting the App Store every day (about 600/day lately). The thing is, most of them are Flashlight and Radio apps, so it’s not easy to find the little gems in all the clutter. Let us take care of that for you. This, is Appfresh daily! WikiSeer (iPhone) is an app that claims it can reduce any webpage into just its most important points, or "keynotes". It's free. TiMote Lite (iPhone) is the free version of the TiMote TiVo remote app. It works over WiFi and it goes for free. SensorLog (iPhone) "can log the sensor data of the CoreLocation Framework, CoreMotion Framework, and gyro raw data as CSV data file to be sent as e-mail." It's free. Air Projector (iPhone) "projects PDF documents and photos wirelessly from your iPhone or iPod Touch to a browser connected on the same local network. No additional client software is required." It goes for $.99. TraceBuzz HD (iPad) is an app that allows you to track what people are saying online in reference to a name, keyword and so on. It pulls its data from new tweets, blog posts, forums and news items. It's free. Xfer Videos (Universal) "allows you to exchange iPhone QuickTime (.MOV) videos and JPEG pictures in your device's camera roll with other Apple mobile devices (iPod Touchs, iPhones, and iPads) via BlueTooth and WiFi as well as with computers on your WiFi router's local area network." It doesn't look too great, but the feature is interesting. It goes for $2.99. PDF Reader 4 (Universal) is yet another PDF reader for all your iDevices. It looks very well made and it lets you swipe through pages with an animation similar to iBooks. It goes for $2.99. Flickr Photo Map (Universal) displays geo-tagged Flickr Images over a map. It goes for $.99. America's Election HQ (iPhone) is the Fox channel's official app for the midterms. Provides you with all the news, results and so on. It goes for $.99. That's it for today folks. Did we miss anything? Tell us in the comments!