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1Password stores your data for various sites, giving each a separate login – but you only have to remember one password.
The SwiftKey Keyboard app takes away some of the pain of typing on an iPhone.
Ustyme is a video call app that lets families read over 200 books and play games – even when they’re in different parts of the country.
Just when you thought texting had been condensed to its bare minimum, along comes Ultratext.
The Halloween Alarm Clock will help you spook the slumber out of yourself or a loved one, with sounds ranging from vampires to evil laughter.
There’s really no question as to whether BioShock is a great game. It is. But the mobile version is disappointing.
If it’s Halloween time, that must mean it’s time to put a creepy new profile picture on Facebook. iMut8r can help.
Before the apocalypse, you can get a preview of what you might look like as one of the undead with the Dead Yourself app.
Circle the Dot is a game of luck, not skill. And that feels as if the developer is cheating a bit.
Vemory automatically scans your digital photos, putting together the best ones.
The NOAA’s World Radar app lets you peak in on everywhere from Topeka to Tokyo, giving not only a live look, but a forecast.
The Photo Sphere Camera app lets you create 360 degree images and publish them on Google Maps.
Runtastic Six-Pack is an abdominal training program that walks you through over 50 workouts – from crunches to core twists – with adjustable difficulty.
Call of Duty hasn’t had a lot of luck in the mobile world, but that’s ok – because Modern Combat has filled the hole.
Contact Center lets you quickly and easily put together group conversations – and better organizes your contacts list, making it easier to contact individuals.