Noter2 for iPad, VideoPix, Mr. Moneybags

updated 10:35 am EDT, Wed July 28, 2010 | Posted in iPhone Apps

Noter2 for iPad 1.0 ($3) - dBelement has launched Noter2 for iPad, a new note organizing app that allows users to sync to-do lists between the iPad, iPhone, and desktop computer. Included in the program are tools for editing and managing notes, as well as for grouping items into lists. In order to transfer notes to other devices simply sync data to the dBelement account, than retrieve it using other versions of the Noter2 software. [Download - 0.4MB]

VideoPix 1.0 ($3) - SeeItWithUs has unveiled a new iPad version of its video frame grabber, VideoPix. Originally released for the iPhone, the app allows users to take an unlimited amount of screencaps from their movies and TV shows and use them as wallpapers. Users can also play video in slow motion, or navigate forwards and backwards at single frame rates. [Download - 3.9MB]

Mr. Moneybags 1.1.1 (free) - Mr. Moneybags 1.1.1 is designed to help users keep track of money owed by friends and family. It enables users to keep records of full and partial payments and to log payment methods. Detailed payment histories are available for referencing, in addition to both Facebook integration and a built-in tips calculator. [Download - 2.1MB]

Park Rush HD 1.01 ($3) - A new time-management game has been released for the iPad, called Park Rush HD. The object of the game is to park cars so that they can be easily retrieved when the customers return. Players must determine where each car goes based on how long the customer will be shopping, and can receive greater tips if they minimize customer wait times. [Download - 85.5MB]

Bike Repair 1.0 ($2) - Bike Repair 1.0 provides users with access to a step-by-step reference guide for dozens of common bike repair issues. Included in the app are over two dozen common repairs that work for every major brand of bicycle, along with up to 90 photos that illustrate how each repair should be performed. Each image also provides added tips for ensuring a proper fix. [Download - 5.5MB]

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