While it won't perhaps irradiate you the old fashioned way, you may find yourself irradiated with joy and glee when you discover Ringtonium, a nifty new way to make ringtones from the Bamboo Group.
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Marvin and Mel Monkey: Word Rescue is an educational game that will help children learn how to spell. The app is an educational tool that is masked as a fun and entertaining game, which will provide children with endless fun, as well as reinforce their recognition of letters and words.
You don’t have to be a photography expert to appreciate the idea of an app designed to take better pictures with your iPhone in low-light or night time settings. Night Vision Eyes is labeled as the “Spy camera for iPhone and iPad” and attempts to deliver the capability of inconspicuously taking low-light photos.
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Need more than a red Solo cup to have a party? How about a collection of mostly random events that offers an obscure reason for celebration every day of the year? If you’re one of those people that looks for any reason to have a party, then the Let’s Celebrate app will give you multiple ones.
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If you’re the parent of a toddler or preschooler who likes to hijack your iPad for fun, then why not make the most of their attention span with an all-in-one game app. Playground HD is a parent-friendly and kid-approved collection of games appropriate for young children.
True brainiacs that appreciate and enjoy applying inferential logic to those deductive reasoning puzzles that are known as zebra puzzles or Einstein puzzles will get a gray matter kick out of Logical Conclusion, the iPhone app that challenges players to solve a variety of these riddle-style puzzles.