Did I See U - Free Dating App
Have your App Reviewed by a Professional Writer
Thanks to the iPhone and some terrific apps there are a number of activities that have almost entirely shifted away from my desktop and onto my handheld. Among them… checking eBay.
At its initial release the eBay Mobile iPhone/Touch app was pretty good. It let you see what you were selling and looking to buy and that was enough. After a few updates, however, it is pretty terrific.
The updates include-
By: stoeger it GmbH
We’ve got more apps this week that are either free or highly discounted.
While we can’t vouch for the apps listed after the jump since we just downloaded them ourselves, we figured we’ld pass them along now. After all, we wouldn’t want you to wake up tomorrow and say
"Man, I should have bought that app when it was free. Now I’ll have to pay $5.99."
Read on to see if there’s anything that grabs you. If it does… grab it.
By: Laminar Research
UPDATE: Don’t Tough got rejected. Why? "Misuse of the standard user-interface".
In this case, however, the rejection was in keeping with the SDK-Agreement. No Harm. No Foul. No Don’t Touch for a few more days. (It has already been resubmitted.)
"iPhone Gag Apps" like iBeer, ayaPhone and TouchScan already have a long history that goes back to the likes of iWash, a bikini-clad iPhone gag from last year.
Yes, they tend to get old fast, but that doesn’t mean new ones aren’t worth a look.
Don’t Touch from Software Diner is a new prank app that is making its way through Apple’s rigorous"wait, see and wonder if there is some arbitrary reason it will be rejected" period. Since it doesn’t include bodily sounds or replicate any of iTunes’ functions it should be released soon.
Don’t Touch looks like a fun app that will be worth a laugh or three. Software Diner describes it this way
By: Alex Horovitz
Last week we took a look at Scribular, a neat app that makes unusual use of the iPhone’s location feature.
Scribular allows you to leave notes at specific locations. When others come to the place where the note was "dropped" they can read and respond to them or create their own “Note Drop”.
At the time we introduced…
The "WOiP/Scribular Challenge". We left a Scribular note in order to see how easy it would be to leave. (It was super easy.) Then we left it and waited to see how many notes we would collect over the next week or so.
Well, a week has passed so we went back and checked on the note we had left.
We’ve read a lot about issues with the App Store but most of it has been 3rd Hand.
Earlier today we received an email from Markus Stöbe of Software Diner. Markus shared his tale of App Store Woe with regard to an update of his app TouchScan.
The update was released but ebcause of the way in which the App Store is currently sorting apps it never…
Perhaps it is better for Markus to share the story himself…
I’ve been a bit underwealmed by some of the latest offering in the App Store. Fortunately it takes just one good app to renew your faith. Today’s isn’t just good but looks to be nothing short of GREAT!
MacCoreMac Software has just released Mental Case 1.0. Primarily an app (two actually) intended to prepare flash cards on a Mac and then quickly transfer them to an iPhone/iPod Touch, I can already see Mental Case being useful in a wide variety of situations that extend far beyond flash cards.
Mental Case is two pieces of sotware: the free iPhone/Touch app and a desktop app for $25 ($15 for students).
MacCoreMac Software is running a special and the first 500 individuals purchasing the app will get it for just $10.
I have downloaded both the iPhone and Mac applications already. They look fantastic and the sync process is flawless. If you think you even MIGHT have a use for it grab it now while the steep discount is available.
For more information read after the jump…
Look for a full review soon.
When I was a kid I loved watching the show Name That Tune. I would play along and, being a music lover, would often do better than the contestants themselves.
QuizTunes is a fun take on the same concept. The game is simple. Once you start the app it plays a hit song, lists four possible musicians and asks, "What artist sings this song?"
If you answer correctly within 20 seconds you receive points. The faster the answer… the quicker the points. Plus, if you like the second you can tap a button and jump to iTunes to buy the song.
It is fun, simple and entertaining. But it isn’t perfect.