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iPhone apps: Zenonia, ToneTune, Trip Cubby

updated 01:50 pm EDT, Mon May 25, 2009

short hand, Cam 3D

  • Zenonia ($6) is a role playing game where players are able to choose a character from different classes and develop them to their own playing style. The game includes both a main story line and several side quests that allow players to gain extra experience and increase their characters level. As players level up they can upgrade their characters skills which determine the characters effectiveness for different aspects of the game.

  • ToneTune ($3) is a tool for tuning instruments to different pitches. The application includes over 60 different tunings that cover standard guitar tunings along with tunings for several instruments from around the world. Users can set how long each pitch will play for and how long of a pause there will be in between tones.

  • Trip Cubby ($10) is a tool for tracking mileage for tax deductions or corporate reimbursement purposes. Trip Cubby features predictive input, auto-entry, auto-calculation, and access to frequent trips. Each trip is fully customizable and allows users to enter any data that they deem to be important. Data can then be exported to a computer through an email which contains a CSV file attachment compatible with most spreadsheet applications including Excel and Numbers.

  • short hand ($1) is a tool for quickly writing messages through the use of typing shortcuts. The application allows users to build their own list of customized shortcuts. The shortcuts can be used to insert frequently used words, phrases or paragraphs. Currently messages can be exported to Mail, Twitterrific, Tweetie, Appigo Notebook, and Appigo Todo. When iPhone OS 3.0 is released the included copy and paste functionality will allow messages to be moved to any application.

  • Cam 3D ($3) can be used to create 3D images on an iPhone. Users can capture the left eye perspective of an image then move the camera slightly to capture the right perspective. Cam 3D then turns one image into an overlay allowing users to properly align the right image. The finished 3D picture can then be viewed as a color anaglyph, which requires the red/cyan glasses. The application also includes the ability to view the image with wiggly 3D which quickly cycles through the two images and allows the 3D image to be viewed with the naked eye.

    by MacNN Staff


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