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iPhone apps: Nyuk Nyuk, MINI Liquid, Apples2Oranges

updated 10:45 pm EST, Mon January 26, 2009

Fliq Tasks, Flash Tables

  • Nyuk Nyuk ($1) gives users 30 different kinds of laughter to choose from in its comic laughter application. Containing almost nine minutes of laughter recorded in high-quality, users can either scroll the wheel or shake the iPhone to have the program choose a laugh for them. Some of the laughs to choose from are kid laughter, bellyache, diabolical, baby giggles, snort, the throng of laughter, annoyed nerd, and infectious hilarity

  • MINI Liquid Assets (free) is a game that takes place underwater, where players must shoot coins into mini cars in order to collect points and go to the next level. While shooting coins into the mini vehicles, various objects such as sharks, aliens, and wind turbines will try and prevent users from completing their task. Featuring eight individual levels and three difficulty settings, the game can be played in either horizontal or vertical settings. The game is made with both tilt sensitive and water physics.

  • Apples2Oranges ($5) lets users compare prices and nutritional information for products and food. When looking to buy two items of different prices and sizes, simply put in the necessary info and the application will calculate the differences and inform the user on which item is the better buy. For people watching what they eat, nutritional info can be compared in order to find out the difference in calories per serving sizes.

  • Fliq Tasks (free) is a task management application that allows users to create, edit, sort, and send tasks or to-do items over Wi-Fi. All tasks created can be found with the programs search feature that lets users locate their tasks by name, category or due date. Users can also share any tasks with other people who have the application.

  • Flash Tables ($1) offers interactive times tables to help children learn multiplication. The application provides math flashcards and times tables that range from zero-times zero, to 12-times-12. When users feel they have practiced enough, a times-tables test is included in both a normal and timed mode.

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