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Hanx Writer turns your phone or tablet into… well, a virtual manual typewriter.
Sometimes you just don’t know how you feel. Moodies Emotions Analytics can help with that.
There’s another way to keep up with your daily movements besides owning a fitness band – and it’s a breeze!
So you’re in a strange city and looking for a hot nightspot. DrinkAdvisor can help guide the way.
PlunderNauts is a game that doesn’t take itself too seriously.
AutisMate, created originally for the developer’s 10-year-old autisic brother, lets children with the disorder improve their social and communication skills.
The sound the iShofar app makes is taken directly from the app creator’s own shofar – and recreates three different traditional calls.
The Foliage Leap Peeper app, from Yankee Magazine, lets users find and report where the best looking fall colors can be found.
Everyone needs some encouragement when they’re running – especially during the hot summer months. RunTastic, though, goes a bit above and beyond.
This is a straight forward platform game that looks to Sonic and Rayman for inspiration.
The cameras in mobile phones have gotten a bit better about taking nighttime shots, but they’ve still got a ways to go. The NightCap app tries to bridge that gap.
Spy Voice Recorder lets you use your smartphone to surreptitiously record conversations, with no on-screen indication that it’s taking place.
Want to see your kid’s face light up? The Elmo Calls app lets them get video and audio calls from their favorite Muppet.
Gas Buddy is an app that helps you find the cheapest nearby gas.
A Dark Room uses a very old-school text-based interface and relies on the strength of its story, player curiosity, and imagination to tell its tale.