Oct 06

Code-Line released their first iPhone application in the Apple App Store. Color Expert contains powerful tools to help artists and designers identify, translate, capture and showcase color using their iPhone or iPod touch. Color Expert features an intuitive, interactive color wheel to identify a target color, and then finds several palettes backed by color theory. Designers, artists, decorators, and anyone who works with color will find this program indispensable.
» App Store – Color Expert

Oct 05

The web administrator from the website geocaching.com submitted the first geocaching application for the iPhone to Apple. Depending on how quickly they get around to reviewing the application, we should see it in the App Store within two weeks. The cost of the application is $9.99 and has the functionality you need to look up and seek out caches using the networking and location-based features of the iPhone 3G. It also works with the iPod Touch and First Generation iPhone, though you will need WiFi for the Touch, and the compass won’t work on the first generation iPhone (naturally).
» App Store – Geocaching

Oct 04

This is a cool game I picked up from the App Store. It’s a turn-based strategy game, reminiscent of Advanced Wars and Fire Emblem.

The game starts out with you as a squire. You lead your army through a series of missions, trying to conquer the areas using your army. Every mission you win provides you with new units and artifacts which can be spent to upgrade your army.

Each area has three missions, and three raids. Once you beat all three missions, that particular area is conquered. You earn the ability to play the raids after you have beaten the corresponding mission. So when you beat Mission 1 of an area you unlock Raid 1. Each raid provides you with another scenario in which to fight. The benefit of raids are that once you beat them, you gain a certain number of artifacts which are listed on the raid’s page.
» App Store- Reign of Swords

Oct 03

WebIS has announced Note2Self 2.00, a major update to their easy-to-use audio recorder for Apple iPhone. It allows anyone to quickly record a voice note, save it in a Saved Notes list and automatically send it to any email address, all without pushing a single button. Instant, hands free voice mail. Improvements include a WiFi web server, automatic level pause during recording, multi-note delete, audio scrubbing, three defaults using Contact Pictures, and many other improvements. » App Store – Note2Self 2.00

Oct 03

SoccerGuide is an application that is coming to the jailbroken iPhone community via Cydia. The appliction itself is going to be a soccer guide. More info and screenshots inside. » SoccerGuide – Cydia Preview

Oct 02

Grocery iQ is a fairly new app in the App Store that helps you to build your shopping lists with some nice features. These features get better every time you use it such as favorites. This already is a nice app but some future updates will make it even better. » App Store: Grocery iQ

Oct 02

Jerk in a Box is 99$cents application from the App Store with little phrases and saying that you probably want to tell your boss, but would never say it. It’s crude, immature, and bane but yet funny and probably a good anger management tool if you go back to your office, shut the door, and start pressing some buttons to vent that anger.
» Jerk in a Box: Say What You Really Want

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