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iPhone apps: Flick Fishing, 4 Bugs, locrExplorer

updated 05:50 pm EDT, Thu August 27, 2009

FaceMixer, Pro Football

  • Flick Fishing ($1) is a fishing game for the iPhone and iPod touch in which players flick their wrist to cast a fishing line and reel it in. The game features seven different locations in which to fish, from streams to oceans, and 14 tournaments for competition. Also includes is a multiplayer game, Fish Jack, where players try to catch fish up to a given target weight without exceeding it. A recent update has added two new fish, iPod integration, and integration with Plus+'s set of social and competitive achievements.

  • 4 Bugs ($2) is a game where players try and spot the four differences between two almost identical images. Upwards of 500 images are included in the game, along with a two player mode and Facebook integration. If players are stumped on an image they can post it to Facebook and get help from their friends in finding the differences.

  • locrExplorer ($2) can be used to browse through photos published on locr.com. locr is a popular photo sharing site similar to Flickr but with an emphasis on geotagged images. Within the application users can view photos that were taken nearby, locate photos on a map, browse through friends' photos, post items to Twitter, and more. Users are also able to upload new images to their account with the application.

  • FaceMixer ($1) can be used to combine multiple images of faces into one image. The application includes Facebook integration allowing users to log in and download images to use. Photos imported into the app can be moved around and resized to help fit different parts together. Finished images can then be saved to the device and sent via email or uploaded to a Facebook account.

  • Pro Football (free) provides users with the latest news, standings, and stats from the NFL. Users can set their favorite team within the application and information for that team is then prioritized. Setting a favorite team also changes the theme of the app to match that teams colors.




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