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Cooliris helps organize your photos, letting you share them and browse through them in an attractive, logical way.
The Tailgating app will help you plan the party before the big game, with a checklist of must-have items, food and more.
Omegle – on the Web – is another anonymous chat service, with more inappropriate content than you can begin to imagine.
The story in Fetch might seem a little dark. After all, it’s about a boy whose dog is kidnapped by an evil CEO. But the game is actually incredibly charming.
Need to make your haunted house a little scarier? The Halloween app – made by Eugene Yu – has just about everything you need.
The Snaptee app lets you use your mobile phone to create your own custom t-shirts in just a few taps.
There are plenty of people taking pictures of food these days, but a significantly smaller number suggesting where to eat. Burpple is looking to reverse that.
Dining out and love the wine? The Drync app lets you snap a photo of the label, then rate and share the wine – as well as order some immediately.
While Butterfly Sky might sound like an acid trip or something, it’s actually a very kid-friendly game that’s fun for adults too.
Zombibooth lets you instantly transform your picture into a 3D animated zombie
Is your computer’s desktop getting overcrowded? iDisplay turns your iDevice into a secondary screen, letting you temporarily declutter your work environment.
The Emergency First Aid and Treatment Guide app has easy to follow instructions on what to do for dozens of emergencies, ranging from burns and bites to CPR.
The Boppl app is an alcoholic version of Fandango. Just place your bar order and hit submit.
Pivvot is not a game for the feint-hearted. It’s hard – and it gets harder the longer you play.
The CamCard app lets you instantly scan business cards and save them to your phone’s contact list, adding notes as you wish.