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Today's Best Apps: Rundavoo, NeuroBit, Tricky Shot And Super Bunnies Show

Today's Best Apps: Rundavoo, NeuroBit, Tricky Shot And Super Bunnies Show

February 16, 2013
The App Store takes delivery of hundreds of new apps per day. The overwhelming scene makes it possible to easily overlook an exciting game, valuable productivity suite, etc. However, we have a solution. Today’s Best Apps tackles this problem by providing you with a handpicked and tested list of apps that are truly worth your consideration each and everyday.


Rundavoo by Rundavoo Inc. (Free, 5.9 MB): Here's a tool that's designed to reduce the hassle of selecting a group activity. Rather than wasting time in a jumbled group conversation of text messages, one person submits an activity idea with what, where, when, and whom. Next, friends vote yes or no on the suggestion or submit alternatives, which can include comments. When most seem to agree on an option, you can lock it down, allowing people to opt-out or tag along with the popular choice. If you feel a message is important, such as a specific requirement for the location, highlight it so that others will be sure to pay attention. The app does require a Facebook account.


Super Bunnies Show by Immanitas Entertainment GmbH ($0.99, 38.4 MB): Be the hero and save the bunnies from the evil magician in this fast-paced quirky arcade game. Trying to escape, the rabbits will hop down from the top of the stage and you'll need to help them avoid landing in the hat. To do so, draw a line to create a magic rope that will help the bunnies slide or bounce away. The game features four difficulty levels, power-ups, and Game Center integration. An ad-supported trial version is also available.

Tricky Shot by Dream Apps Lab (Free, 83.1 MB): This casual arcade game allows you to re-experience the freestyle trick-shot fun of backyard-style sports. Specifically, you'll be using your finger to flick a virtual soccer ball at specific targets, such as glass bottles, signs, and items hanging from clotheslines. Obviously, accuracy is important, but most scenarios allow you to continue kicking, i.e., flicking the ball as much as necessary until it comes to a stop. The game features medium quality 3-D graphics, realistic and whacky sounds, as well as Game Center integration.

NeuroBit by Fred Truter (Free, 21.5 MB): Give your brain a workout with this simple, yet challenging memory game. In each round, you'll have a few moments to memorize the binary pattern of a 4x4 grid before being challenged to recall it. When inputting the data, the process is randomized, which does a nice job of increasing the difficulty. The game features Game Center integration and does contain an ad banner.

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