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Facebook

Having made some major improvements over the first release of the Facebook App, this new edition is definitely a must have. When it first launched, the app wouldn't even let you view/post on other peoples walls. At it's best, you could consider it an extended contact system for people you didn't wan ... Full Article »

August 14, 2008 4:08am

de Blob

The first game to hit the App Store that ties the iPhone in as a multiple console release. de Blob is currently slated for a September release on the Nintendo Wii and DS, but the experience from this app comes across as a completely unique experience. de Blob pits you against the evil I.N.K.T. Corpo ... Full Article »

August 14, 2008 3:08am

Whrrl

Yet again we've run into another iPhone app that requires you to have a good deal of friends who have an iPhone and use the same app to gain any benefit out of it. Whrrl for the iPhone utilizes GPS to pinpoint where you are and show all the locations around you that fall into one of the following ca ... Full Article »

August 14, 2008 12:05am

SpeechCloud

When the iPhone was launched, one of the major gripes about it was that it didn't have a voice dialing function. It didn't matter if you had a Bluetooth headset that could handle it or you just wanted to press the button on your iPhone headphones, Steve had decided to leave that feature out. The Spe ... Full Article »

August 13, 2008 11:04pm

Tap Tap Revenge

Depending on whether you've ever heard of Tap Tap Revenge or not will determine how much fun you're going to have with it. Before the app store launched, Tap Tap revenge was available to those who had gone through with jailbreaking their iPhone. The app originally allowed you to use your own songs ... Full Article »

August 13, 2008 10:03pm

AIM

If you're in a pinch and need to use AIM, MobileMe, or .Mac chat, the AIM app for the iPhone is your best bet. It's a lot more stable than any of the web versions, even Meebo. The issue is, this app would be so much more useful if it could operate in the push capacity that Apple is taking advantage ... Full Article »

August 13, 2008 9:03pm

Aqua Forest

AquaForest is one of the more unique apps that you can get for your iPhone. It would be unfair to call AquaForest a game as more than anything else it's a fully functioning physics engine. There are game elements to AquaForest, such as the five different puzzle modes with ten levels each. These come ... Full Article »

August 13, 2008 8:02pm

Sextuple

If you like simple and easy to pick up word games/puzzles, Sextuple Word Challenge is definitely worth the $1.99 price tag. This game isn't complex in the slightest and it's presentation isn't what will keep you coming back to it, as it's just a bunch of blank spaces for you to fill with several com ... Full Article »

August 13, 2008 6:08am

Google Mobile App

With Google already being such a large part of the iPhone, it was depressing to see how little this application had to offer. The entire application is a glorified folder of Safari bookmarks with a Google search bar attached to it. This makes the point of the app very confusing as Safari already doe ... Full Article »

August 13, 2008 5:08am

Midomi

When you can't figure out a song in someone else's car or at a store, Midomi is the iPhone App to turn to. Better yet, if you miss getting your iPhone out to catch the song, you can just hum or sing what you remember into your iPhone and it will pick it up. If it wasn't for the fact that most people ... Full Article »

August 13, 2008 4:08am