Archive for September 19th, 2010

GV Connect Simplifies Google Voice on Your iPhone

TweetGoogle Voice is a great service – offering US users conference calls, voicemail sharing, international calls, custom greetings, voicemail transcription and more – all for free. Google hasn’t offered a native iPhone app for Google Voice yet, which is where GV Connect steps in. A new iPhone app, GV Connect enables you to access your […]

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Create Custom iPhone Ringtones With Ringtone Designer Pro

TweetConsidering the limited selection of default iPhone ringtones and the fact that everyone has an iPhone, having your own original ringtone is a no-brainer. Ringtone Designer Pro is a simple app which makes it easy to create your own custom ringtones using music from your iPhone’s music library. Developed by Blackout Labs, Ringtone Designer Pro […]

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Street Fighter IV Updated With New Characters

TweetWith slick visuals and challenging action-packed gameplay, Street Fighter IV from Capcom is real Street Fighter in your pocket. With five in-depth “dojo” tutorials to guide you towards the path of an indestructible warrior or the ability to jump straight in to the game, Street Fighter IV is instantly playable for all skill levels. The […]

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Chicken Flee Doesn’t Fly High with Expectations

TweetPrice: $.99     Score: 6/10     By A. Papachristos When Chicken Little believed the sky was falling, he was indeed witnessing the landing of an unidentified flying object (UFO).  Though no one trusted a word he said, his plight to save the town renewed his “boy who cried wolf” stereotype to that of […]

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Text Your Pinpoint with easyFinder

TweetPrice: $.99    Score: 9/10     By M. Schusterman With location sharing apps, I’ve found that simpler is usually better. I’ve checked out too many that have you try and find your locations, be it a restaurant, museum, or bar, from a database, then send the Google map link in a text. More often […]

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