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iSongAnnouncer will verbally tell you what song you are listening to without looking. The single purpose of this app is hard to justify the price, but there are some out there that will enjoy what it does and how it does it.
Fastest Camera is a quick shot camera app that promises fast pictures and customizable settings. It enables you to automatically take a photo upon launching the app, and allows you to choose between several resolutions.
ForeverMap allows you to download maps to use when an Internet connection isn't available. The price is right, and the interface is smooth, but can it overcome hit-or-miss results in a still growing points of interest database?
Apache Overkill is a side scrolling flyer in which you fight off waves of enemies in the air, or on land, as an Apache helicopter. It features dozens of levels across four worlds and Game Center integration.
The new game, 6th Planet, is a 2D science fiction flyer that in some ways is as much an original comic book series as a game. You are a monkey sent to Saturn (yes, it’s the 6th planet) to explore and learn if it will be habitable for humans in the near future. The game includes 50 levels across seven worlds, and the story is told using 188 comic strip cutscenes.
Color Fashion is a photo manipulation app that changes the tint of objects within photos. First impressions are positive, but can it overcome a few limitations and compete with the legendary Color Splash?
PocketBracket: 2011 is a March Madness bracket management app that should fulfill all of your college basketball needs for the spring tournament. It doesn't attempt to compete with larger establishments such as ESPN, but it does claim to give a more accessible and personalized experience.
Mounting Bike: Simulator is more of a game than a simulation app, and it struggles in terms of graphics and variety from level to level. It ultimately provides a fun ride that is worth the recently lowered price of $0.99.
Flick Ninjas by T-JAM Studios is a new 2D side scroller that uses an intuitive control system rather than the more traditional arcade-style controls. It features integration with OpenFeint and Game Center, and it offers 30 levels of action.
Two words that seemed like they were only strung together in rumors are now a reality: Verizon iPhone. Lucky us, we got a unit early, and gave it the full review treatment. Read on to find out everything you need to know about the Verizon iPhone.
Ultimate Dinopedia by National Geographic attempts to set itself apart from the competition by claiming it is the most complete dinosaur resource ever. Click through to see if it will stand the test of time... or just become extinct.