All items tagged with "one dollar"

This Tattoo Design App Will Get You Inked [Review]

This Tattoo Design App Will Get You Inked [Review]

Burning sensation inevitable; actual flames unlikely

Got a tattoo? Want one? Want another one? Want something unique? Once more, iOS comes to the rescue in the most unexpected way: a one-dollar app that designs tattoos for you. Oh yes.

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Slide To Win In This Addictive But Frustrating iOS Game [Review]

Slide To Win In This Addictive But Frustrating iOS Game [Review]

Sort of woo, but sort of arrg

Slide is a free reflex-testing game for iOS that takes the unlock screen slider from your iPhone and puts it to work elsewhere – mainly, as physical exercise for your thumb.

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Tallywag Keeps Tally Of Almost Anything [Review]

Tallywag Keeps Tally Of Almost Anything [Review]

Count groups for Jedi and Sith are also available

Hands up if you like counting things. Keep still while I count you all. Wait – arg. This isn’t working. How can I keep count? Maybe Tallywag will help me.

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Face Recognition Photo App Hopes To Sidestep Basic Flaw With A Blink [Review]

Face Recognition Photo App Hopes To Sidestep Basic Flaw With A Blink [Review]

Dare you show your face?

Facevault is a one-dollar photo archive app that can only be unlocked by one person – the one with the right face.

It sounds neat, and yes, it works. But the face recognition features come at a price, and are hindered by a flaw that affects other apps using the same technology: it can’t tell the difference between real faces, and photos of real faces.

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Explore The World And Its Hazards With Fragile Earth Photo App [Review]

Explore The World And Its Hazards With Fragile Earth Photo App [Review]

Not everything's rosy in this garden

This is Fragile Earth, an interactive photo gallery designed to teach you a little about ecology, conservation and the natural environment.

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This Ideas App Has A New Idea For Managing Your Ideas [Review]

This Ideas App Has A New Idea For Managing Your Ideas [Review]

Best suited to very creative people with LOTS of ideas

Ideas is an iOS app for managing, organising and sorting your ideas and thoughts. It stands out from the crowd thanks to a refreshingly different interface that does the job very well. It usually costs two bucks, but right now it’s on sale for one dollar.

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Voice Dictation Works Well On Older iPhones [Review]

Voice Dictation Works Well On Older iPhones [Review]

Record, transcribe, send text on your older iPhone

Voice Dication, or Voice Dictation – Voice To SMS, Email, Facebook, Twitter And Other Apps to give it its full name, is a voice control app from Europe, designed to offer something vaguely Siri-like to those of us still stuck in the Dark Ages on our pre-4S iPhones.

Does it work? Well yes, actually it does. Better than expected.

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High Speed Ion Racer Fails To Thrill [Review]

High Speed Ion Racer Fails To Thrill [Review]

Ion Racer: not enough bang for your buck

Ion Racer is a new high speed futuristic racing game for iOS from SGN. Sadly, if this is what racing’s going to be like in the future, I think I’ll take up fishing, because it will be more exciting.

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Launch Center Puts More Of iOS At Your Fingertips [Review]

Launch Center for iOS

I first heard about Launch Center from my old TUAW colleague Dave Caolo when he began writing a series of posts about it on his excellent 52 Tiger blog.

Read what Dave writes, and take careful note of his wise words: Launch Center is an ingenious little marvel that’s well worth having on your iPhone. Allow me to explain why.

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This App Is Called Big Words – Can You Guess What It Does? [Review]

Big words doesn't do much

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