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.
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- Score: 4.5/5
- 5 responses
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
- 3 responses
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.
Flying cross-country twice over the past week gave me a chance to spend a little more time with the Texas Hold'Em app for the iPhone. While a great application, unfortunately the AI is very weak and easily beatable, even in the tournaments with the most expensive buyins.
Browsing through the iTunes App store is a very simple and intuitive process thanks to Apple’s unparalleled taste in simplicity and aesthetics. It is the latest spin-off of the wildly popular music store that also boasts movies, music videos and iPod games.
- Score: 0.0/5
- 1 response
This is priceless. Guy "jokingly" clicks on "buy" button when looking at the $999.99 "I Am Rich" app and gets burned.
The quality control on the App Store needs some serious work. Looks like they're starting to crack down on some of the more absurd apps (like this one, which has been pulled) but they have a long way to go.