A majority of the people on this app sound like real life incarnations of King of the Hill character Boomhauer, and I would not be too surprised if that assessment was mostly accurate. There are paid features for this app, totaling an absurd $10, you can identify people who were absent minded enough to make this mistake through their green pins identifying them on the map.
Day One has a straight-forward, and great looking app on both OS X and iOS, allowing you to add photos, geolocations, and weather to journal entries, additionally providing synchronization between devices by using your iCloud or Dropbox accounts so your posts show up the same regardless of which device you using to create, or subsequently revisiting your entries.
Nik Software’s Snapseed photo editing app for iOS is now available for free
Jailbroken iPhone and iOS devices can enjoy this retro Apple look for their devices in a downloadable skin from Anton Repponen
Developer Loud Crow Interactive has created this adaptation of the timeless “A Charlie Brown Christmas” special in an iPad friendly format. Impressed with conventional books on…
Longtime Internet radio mainstay SomaFM have recently launched a native player to the Mac OS X App Store, while they do also maintain an iOS app,…
CarTrip from Griffin Technologies provides ODB-ii to iOS connectivity to view car diganostic information from iPhone and iPad devices