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Shazam - 1.5 Million App Downloads, What's Next?

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Have you ever heard a song on the radio or being played over the speakers somewhere and wondered what it was? Well a new iPhone application known as Shazam takes care of that problem once and for all.

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Shazam - an ear for music

Have you ever been sitting in your car listening to the radio (or better yet, in a coffee shop listening to piped-in Muzak) when a great song, that you don't know the name of, starts to play?

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Non-Jailbroken PhotoBoard Released Today. Get it.

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PhotoBoard, an app previously only available for Jail Broken phones, was released today on the App Store for $0.99. Its one of those apps, like Shazam or Pandora that just seem made for iPhone.

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Melodis - An iPhone App Company with Over 7MM in the Bank

Melodis Corporation, makers of the hugely popular (and free) Midomi iPhone app has raised a 7 Million dollar Series B VC Round, led by Translink Capital.
We caught up with Melodis CEO Keyvan Mohajer to understand how the company was able to pull off this sizable financing in what is certainly one of the most challenging economic environments since the Great Depression.

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10 iPhone Apps I can't live without

10 iPhone Apps I can't live without

Inspired by Mike Arrington's post on Web Apps he can't live without, here is my list of iPhone apps that I use on a daily basis. This is not the same list as "best apps", it doesn't for example include games and other apps that I enjoy from time to time.

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A Closer Look At Android

We now know that the Android Marketplace will launch on Tuesday of next week. Google has spent $10 Million in prizes in order to seed the marketplace. The complete list of the 50 finalist apps includes: cab4me, a way to locate cabs near you, gocart, an app for scanning barcodes and looking up prices online, Share Your Board, an application for whiteboard sharing. It's expected that companies like MySpace, Facebook, Pandora, Shazam, and Electronic Arts will all support the Android platform.

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Discover and Share Song Titles with Nabbit

We've all been there. A great song comes on the radio, but the DJ won't tell you anything about it. Nabbit tries to solve this by giving the artist and song on nearly 2,500 radio stations. While not as sleek as grabbing music over-the-air as the super popular Shazam, it offers some nice features to find out what is popular and currently playing on the radio.

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Interview with Brian Wurster, Developer of Tangrams

AppCraver caught up recently with Brian Wurster, developer of the popular Tangrams iPhone application.
AppCraver: When did you start developing applications for the iPhone?
Brian Wurster: I am a PC developer by trade, so programming for the iPhone was completely new to me.

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Interview with Tom Hubina of Amplified Games

AppCraver recently spoke with Tom Hubina of Amplified Games, the developers behind apps like Chili Pepper Blackjack, cookie solitaire and fat-free poker. He answered our questions about developing games for the iPhone and iPod touch.

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iPhone Developer Spotlight: Ryan Hartsell at Vision Wise, Inc

Ryan Hartsell, Art Director at Vision Wise Inc., recently spoke with AppCraver about his new app, his first game and what it's like developing apps for the iPhone and iPod touch.
When did you start developing apps for the iPhone?

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Midomi: An iPhone App That Can Keep You From Going Insane?

You’re waiting for a bus, or maybe in the shower, when you find yourself humming a part of a song that sounds familiar, but that you can’t name either by title or artist. You’re not sure where you heard it.

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Apple Announces the Year's Top 10 Applications in the App Store

With less than a month to go before 2008 wrings out (pun intended since we're officially in a recession) Apple has just announced its Top 10 iPhone App downloads for the year. The list comes out only a couple of days after word began circulating in the blogosphere that the number of apps in the App Store now exceeds 10,000.

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Brightkite Enters the iPhone Geo-Location Market

Brightkite Enters the iPhone Geo-Location Market

Gone are the days when you need to enter a local chat room to meet new friends or have to send a text message to find your current crew. Geo-location applications like Moximity, Loopt, and Twinkle are sprouting up at a feverish pitch.

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Interview with Andrew Bennett of nrme

AppCraver caught up recently with Andrew Bennett, CEO/President of the company that developed the nrme app.
1. When did you start developing apps for the iPhone?

Andrew Bennett: We started thinking seriously about nrme when the SDK was rumored in late '07/early '08.

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Interview with Viximo’s Rob Frasca and Jon Klein

AppCraver recently interviewed Viximo’s Rob Frasca, CEO and Jon Klein, developer, about Viximo's new  TrueFlirt and TrueFlirt Lite apps, which are designed to make it easy for people to "flirt with style."
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Interview with Matt Coneybeare of Ambiance

AppCraver recently spoke with Matt Coneybeare, the developer of Ambiance. He answered our questions about developing apps for the iPhone and iPod touch.
1. When did you start developing apps for the iPhone?

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Interview with N.R. Machiraju of Reqall

AppCraver recently heard from N. R. Machiraju, co-founder of reQall, who answered our questions about developing for the iPhone and iPod touch.
1. When did you start developing apps for the iPhone?

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iCarMode - 50% Price Drop for a Limited Time

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iCarMode announces a 50% price reduction on iCarMode 2.7, for a limited time, starting May 1, 2013. The app enables users to use their iPhone safely while driving. iCarMode contains the major features needed to ease and improve the iPhone-Car experience.

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iPhone Developer Spotlight: Jonathan Mulcahy

AppCraver recently spoke with Jonathan Mulcahy, of mulcahy.org. He shares his experiences developing for the iPhone and iPod touch.
When did you start developing apps for the iPhone? Did you have previous experience as a developer?

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Interview with Bachar Sarah

AppCraver recently heard from Bachar Sarah the developer of the MyMate app. He answered our questions about developing apps for the iPhone and iPod touch.
1. When did you start developing apps for the iPhone?

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Interview with Developers of Koi Pond

AppCraver caught up this morning with the developers of the wildly popular Koi Pond application, Bill Trost and Andy Skirvin of development firm The Blimp Pilots.
AppCraver: When did you start developing applications for the iPhone?

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iPhone Developer Spotlight: Adam Eisenman, greatrat solutions

AppCraver recently spoke with Adam Eisenman, of greatrat solutions. He shares his experiences developing for the iPhone and iPod touch.
When did you start developing apps for the iPhone?

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Interview with Andreas Amann

AppCraver recently heard from Andreas Amann, the developer behind Calling Card. He answered our questions about creating apps for the iPhone.
1. When did you start developing apps for the iPhone?

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Interview with Jason Crawforth of iMakeDecisions

AppCraver heard from Jason Crawforth, the developer behind the iMakeDecisions app. He talked with us about his experience developing an iPhone app.
1. When did you start developing apps for the iPhone?

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Snabiz Doesn't Readily Clarify the Contact Info on Your Business Cards

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I gave Netwalk's Snabiz nearly every opportunity to solve one of the grand challenges of business life: How to automatically convert printed business cards into a digital format. It's a real pain to type contact information on business cards into a contact manager.

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