"Restaurant Nutrition" is one of the worst executed, most pointless apps in the entire app store. Let's start with the premise: the app is designed to show you the "nutritional value" of meals in fast food chains such as Arby's and Burger King.
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PegJump is an iPhone version of the traditional game where you jump over pegs trying to leave exactly one peg. The graphics are good, the price is right (Free), but the app could be improved with a few sound effects.
Of all the light-shedding apps we've tested, the simplest app to use of the bunch is QuickLight. It offers limited choices and ease of use. Double-tap the screen to bring up your options. Choose between three colors or "concert" setting.
My iPhone died 12 hours ago, resulting in a frozen Apple logo that is now termed the "Apple Screen of Death". Doing a hard reboot (holding down both the home and sleep keys) didn't work -- and iTunes failed to recognize it, making a complete restore impossible.
According to the Washington Post, one of Appcraver's absolute favorite applications, Pandora, is on the verge of shutting down.
"We're approaching a pull-the-plug kind of decision," said Tim Westergren, who founded Pandora.
Enigmo, an iPhone app from Pangea Software (makers of Cro Mag Rally), is an extremely original game involving moving drops of water between vases. The idea is to grab certain accessories (for example, a drum, which makes the water bounce, and redirect the drops so that they move according to plan.