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iPhone apps: Sea Captain, Years, WritePad Pro

updated 04:15 pm EDT, Thu July 23, 2009

Crush Bunny, aPhoto GPS

  • Sea Captain ($1) is a game where players must guide ships into their respective ports. As the colored ships move onto the screen players must draw a path into the appropriate dock and ensure that ships do not collide along the way. Sea Captain includes three different levels, New England, the Arctic, and the Caribbean Sea, each which contains both a day and night variant.

  • Years ($1) consists of a mini calendar that marks different events with various symbols. The main screen displays a scrollable month by month calendar of which each month, or each day within the month can be selected by being tapped. Users can choose to add one of three "scribble" markings to each day allowing them to keep track of different events.

  • WritePad Pro ($10) includes tools for creating and organizing notes, events, affairs, and voice memos. Entries can be created from within the application and sorted into appropriate folders. The application is based on the WritePad text editor which uses a handwriting recognition engine to recognize letters drawn on the screen. Items can be further sorted within folders by different criteria. WritePad Pro also features import and export features through the use of CSV files and a local WiFi connection.

  • Crush Bunny ($1) is a game where players must protect a field of rabbits from meteorites and other hazards. The game includes 25 levels each with hazards, mini games, and power items that can be used to protect the bunnies. Whenever a meteor falls to the ground players earn cash which can be used to buy first aid kids, additional bunnies with different strengths, and other defensive tools.

  • aPhoto GPS Marker ($1) allows text labels to be placed over images taken with an iPhone. Users can choose from different labels include captions, date and time, geographic location, altitude, speed, and more. The application uses the GPS built into the iPhone to add location data and allows users to customize font size, color, and transparency for each label.




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