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iPhone apps: Cha-Ching, LocrUpload, TopVideo

updated 07:55 pm EDT, Mon March 23, 2009

New Yorker, HandyMan

  • Cha-Ching ($3) is a tool that can help manage a budget. Users can enter their expenses and set up a monthly budget to track these against. The application also features options for securing data with a password, tracking spending across custom categories, tracking income and expenses across multiple accounts and syncing transactions to a Mac with Cha-Ching 2.

  • LocrUpload (free) allows users to upload photos to Locr.com directly from an iPhone or iPod touch. The uploaded photos can also be tagged with geo location information allowing anyones to see on a map where the picture was taken. Users can also enter captions and descriptions, set photo properties and assign uploads to existing albums.

  • TopVideo ($2) can help users find out what the most popular videos on the Internet are. The application is powered by AOL's Truveo service and allows users to see what the most popular videos from the last hour, day, week or month are. The application displays information on where to find the video, the title, a brief description and the current number of views.

  • New Yorker Animated Cartoons (free) gives users access to a series of animated cartoons. The animated cartoons are all based on some of the best entries in the New Yorker Magazine's cartoon section and have been recreated by cartoonist Michael Fry and writer/producer Jim Cox.

  • HandyMan Sidekick ($2) is a collection of four calculators that can help with projects that involve painting, wallpapering, flooring or gardening. Each calculator (paint, flooring, wallpaper and gardening) has been designed to help users determine how much of a product a user will need to purchase to complete different jobs in a given room. All of the calculators can be used in either a metric or imperial mode and can also convert units between the two.




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