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Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by skoroapps, Jul 15, 2012.
More than 110 top 10 lists in our new app, for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch
Looks and sounds interesting! I will definitely check it out and I am quite sure that I am getting this app, really! Love the concept, entertaining and informative! Thanks!
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Version 1.0.1 released
✓ Removed iAds
✓ In-App purchase moved to info section
✓ Updated some UI objects
✓ Fix In-App purchase error
how recent and how accurate are these top 10 ratings?
All lists were written for 2011-2012 years. Lists like top 10 tallest building are 100% accurate, but lists like top 20 best beers, is depending on the opinions of the author.
Version 1.0.2 released
New Top 10 lists,
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Broadcast for Friends :-
This social video app is the work of Ustream, a company that's been helping people livestream video for years. The idea here is to make the process easier, and also tie it into Facebook. The app enables you to broadcast live to your Facebook friends over 3G, 4G or Wi-Fi, with Instagram-style filters thrown in for good measure.
Prismatic: Always Interesting :-
Soon there may well have to be news aggregation apps to aggregate all the news from all the news aggregation apps. Yes, there's quite a few. Prismatic is the latest entrant into the market, serving up news based on your interests, and promising to learn from your usage.
Maxthon Web Browser :-
Is there room for a new player in the mobile browser space, given the competition from Chrome, Opera Mini and (obviously) Apple's native Safari? Maxthon hopes so. Its separate iPhone and iPad browsers claim to be "lightning fast", with tabs, cloud-synchronised bookmarks, a reader mode for articles and a private mode for... Well, whatever you use private browsing modes for.
iPhone / iPad
Neil Diamond HD :-
A non-HD version is also available for iPhone, but for the full coffee-table effect, the iPad is probably the better platform. This is an official app for crooner Neil Diamond, complete with 20 full-length songs, an hour of audio commentary from the man himself, a wardrobe of his "most iconic stage costumes", and purchasable digital tour-books from his various tours down the years.
iPhone / iPad
Quark DesignPad :-
Quark, of QuarkXPress desktop publishing fame, has released an iPad app for quick experimentation with design and layout ideas, which can then be imported into the desktop software or shared. The company is hoping it will appeal to design students and pros alike.
This Is My Body â€“ Anatomy for Kids :-
If you have children who've reached the age where they're fascinated by the human body, this book-app may be just the thing. It aims to explain human anatomy in a clear and friendly way, from the digestive and muscular systems through to the skeleton and senses.
JBL MusicFlow :-
This music-player app is designed to work with JBL docks â€“ although it can be used independently too â€“ with the aim of ensuring "your digital music library becomes tangible again". Which means navigation based on album artwork rather than text lists, but in a different way to Apple's own CoverFlow UI. When connected to a JBL dock, it also has five equalizer presets.
"Technically, we are ridiculously fast and easy video editing," claims the blurb for Lumify, which is picking up a lot of buzz in the US since launching earlier this week. "We use advanced algorithms to mash up your videos in real-time. We highlight the most interesting parts and pair them with music for a 20-second montage". Not everyone's cup of tea, certainly, but younger iPhone users may love it.
Audioboo iPad Edition :-
British startup Audioboo has had its iPhone app available for a while now, helping people record audio and share it online. The new iPad app â€“ described as a "prototype" by the company â€“ doesn't do that. Instead, it focuses on the Audioboo listening experience, serving up audio in themed channels from partners including the BBC, Red Bull and The Guardian.
Matt Berry Does Your Dirty Work For You :-
The pitch for comedian Matt Berry's second app: "Let me deliver those nasty little messages that you really don't want to do yourself" â€“ dumping a partner, reporting a dead pet, disowning a child and sacking an employee. In theory, you send the message to the person via email or Facebook. In practice, you listen to them all, and chuckle. It may sound like a novelty, but it's interesting to see a comedian trying out new material through an app rather than a stand-up show.
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