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iPhone apps: Dunkin' Donuts, PixPop Art, 1Password

updated 06:55 pm EDT, Mon June 22, 2009

FlickAPop, Name That Tune!

  • Dunkin' Run (free) allows users to inform friends or coworkers that they are making a trip to Dunkin' Donuts. After receiving a notification users can then add an order and send it to the person making the run. The application includes a built-in menu which includes both food and drink items offered in the store. Users can add notes to their order and specify details such as how much sugar they like in their coffee. All orders are then combined into one list which can be organized by friends, or by items.

  • PixPop Art ($1) is a game where players attempt to locate specific areas on different works of art. The right side of the interface shows a list of tokens which are the areas players are trying to match. As the area's are found the tokens disappear and after all of the areas are found a new picture is started. The game includes a Competition mode along with a Zen mode which has lower time restrictions and allows players to use more hints.

  • 1Password Pro ($6) is a password management application for the iPhone and iPod touch. The software allows users to store and organize multiple passwords, and integrates with a web browser so that users only have to enter a password once. The pro version also features a special switching mode that is designed to allow users to quickly copy-and-paste usernames and passwords to Mobile Safari.

  • Dum Dum Pops Flick-A-Pop (free) invites players to see how many Dum Dum Pops they can eat in a set period of time. The game starts by spinning a wheel to determine the flavor. Players then play by flicking a finger on the screen as fast as possible. Whenever a pop is finished players can then shake the screen to start a new one.

  • Name That Tune! (free) is a game where players attempt to identify various song clips. The game grabs music from the players library and then turns each song into 10 second clips. The clips are then played in a random order and players have to guess the name of the song that each comes from.




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