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We can't imagine any iPhone owner not having at least installed Pandora. For the three of you out there, imagine having a customized internet radio, streaming from anywhere you can at least get Edge coverage, right in your pocket. Enter a band or group that you like, and Pandora will build a station ... Full Article »

August 18, 2008 6:08am

AOL Radio

If AOL Radio were the only internet radio app on the iPhone, it would get a glowing review. Unfortunately, AOL Radio is more like Pandora and's little brother. That doesn't mean that it isn't pretty slick for what it offers, it just means that it's not quite as heavy a hitter as the alternat ... Full Article »

August 18, 2008 5:08am


PageOnce was an application we didn't pay much attention to initially. It sounded like fluff and was just another speck in the endless wave that is Web 2.0. But upon closer examination, it turned out that what we had here was actually something of value. PageOnce lets you set up a slew of different ... Full Article »

August 18, 2008 4:08am


Jott is a great little app for the iPhone that allows you to take your notes to a whole new level. This app simplifies the existing Jott service that has been available to anyone with a phone number. All you need to do is launch the app and start a new recording. From there, Jott will help you do th ... Full Article »

August 18, 2008 2:08am

Restaurant Nutrition

Having the ability to check out the nutritional information for a restaurant you're going to eat at is pretty handy. Considering that's the idea behind the Restaurant Nutrition app, sounds like a must have app, right? Well at it's concept it definitely is, but unfortunately it doesn't seem to work o ... Full Article »

August 18, 2008 1:08am

World 9

Have you ever wondered what life would be like in a video game? Perhaps you watched too much Captain N: The Game Master as a child? Regardless, having the ability to enter into the world of Super Mario has been something that many have dreamed of. So when World 9 gave us the opportunity to do so, we ... Full Article »

August 18, 2008 12:08am


The iPhone leaves itself open for use as a great little doodle pad and that's exactly what the makers of Scribble have done with their app. This simple app allows you to draw on the iPhone's screen with your finger and the easily erase what's on there and start over. This isn't a complicated app or ... Full Article »

August 17, 2008 11:08pm


The Shazam app for the iPhone doesn't kid around. The first thing it does when it loads up, after giving you a little run down about how it works, is listens for what music is playing in the background. This may catch you off guard at first, considering that those new to the app might not have had t ... Full Article »

August 17, 2008 9:08pm


For those of you unfamiliar with it, Twitter is a service that allows you to send out ?Tweets? (140 character long messages) to their network. Each user has the ability to follow other users, send direct messages to other users, and reply to Tweets from other users. The service is fairly popular in ... Full Article »

August 17, 2008 8:08pm

Aurora Feint

Wow. How did a gem like this sneak into the App Store? Ignoring the fact that this game is free (yes, free), we'd be more than willing to throw down a fiver for it. Apparently the developers are working on a Massively Online Game with the brand, so this just wets our whistle. Aurora Feint revol ... Full Article »

August 15, 2008 6:08am