Daily Count from Paze Interactive is one of the worst dieting apps I have seen on iPhone. Unlike other apps, this one doesn't even try to calculate the calories in a specific food -- you have to enter them yourself.
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In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Steve Jobs indicated that 60 Million Apps have been downloaded during the AppStore's first month of operation, for a total of about $30 million in sales, $10 million of which goes directly to Apple.
Talking Pics is an app from Stone Design BigStonePhone, a one three-man shop in Albuquerque, New Mexico run by Andrew Stone, a 40ish Mac software veteran. You can read a little bit more about Andrew and his chickens, and eco-lifestyle here.
iBlackout is one of the slickest lighting apps and has a good range of options. There's the standard plain or colored flashlight, but no ability to customize the color. Or, choose "effect" for to get your light from a fancy screensaver pic of a light bulb, lightening or other light-related source.
- Score: 4.5/5
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We reported earlier that Twitterific, from Ikon Labs was a solid choice for a Twitter client. (if you don't know what Twitter is, please see the Twitterific post). However, Twinkle from Tapulous easily outdoes it from both a UI and features perspective.
- Score: 3.5/5
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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.