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tappr.tv 3.0 lets you record and replay visuals to your favorite songs

tappr.tv 3.0 lets you record and replay visuals to your favorite songs

San Francisco, California – App artist deeje today is pleased to announce the 3rd major release of tappr.tv for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch, which now offers users the ability to record and replay multitrack visuals to their favorite songs from their iPod library.
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Editorial: Artistic Games Making a Splash on the iPad, Old Genre Resurrected, New Ones Emerge

Editorial: Artistic Games Making a Splash on the iPad, Old Genre Resurrected, New Ones Emerge

I have been really intrigued and surprised by all the artistic and unique looking iPad games released or coming out lately. It seems a lot of iDevice and small-house development studios are thinking outside the box to make new content standout in the crowded App Store space; whether it is gameplay, graphics or both. Go to iPadmodo to read more as I mostly deal with its titles and HD versions.
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The Ultimate System App with Amazing 3D Visuals

The Ultimate System App with Amazing 3D Visuals

Chennai, India – Tekton Technologies today is pleased to announce the release and immediate availability of System Monitor with Battery Max 1.0, their all-in-one comprehensive and artistic, health check meter for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. System Monitor with Battery Max is a comprehensive Battery app along with a System Monitor with a Memory free utility. This app provides a complete health check for iPhone/iPod touch systems and provides valuable details to alert you when the system resources reach the limits.
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Trippy Visuals 1.1 for iPad Provides Library of Colorful Illusions

Trippy Visuals 1.1 for iPad Provides Library of Colorful Illusions

Costa Mesa, CA – Announcing that ConglomerApps, the developers of Trippy Visuals, has released the App’s latest version for iPad users. The application offers users a library of colorful illusions that are mesmerizing to stare into and the images can be used as screen savers or picture frames on an iPad. Trippy Visuals contains loads of stills for users to choose from and now, videos have been added to the Trippy Visuals’ library, enhancing an already rich user experience.
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Touch Racing Nitro App Review for iPhone and iPod Touch: Fingers Up! It's Going to A Wild Ride!

Touch Racing Nitro App Review for iPhone and iPod Touch: Fingers Up! It’s Going to A Wild Ride!

You know when you used to play those retro racers with your friends at the town’s arcade, and you enjoyed the shear experience of driving those cars? Imagine that kind of experience and game but with refined, modern day graphics and on one the world’s most popular smartphones; the iPhone.
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Banzai Rabbit App Review for iPhone and iPod Touch

Banzai Rabbit App Review for iPhone and iPod Touch

Do you remember those days when you used to sit back, relax, and play a round of Frogger which soon became into not just one round but many? Now you can play it on your iPhone or iPod Touch in full 3D, highly detailed environments; with a storyline to save the world; and as a rabbit with an official suit on. Those are all just the unique elements of Revolutionary Concept’s new game, Banzai Rabbit!
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Rhythm Racer 2 Announced for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad

Rhythm Racer 2 Announced for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad

If you’re a fan of Rhythm Racer, a game on the app store that combines racing and catchy tunes, you’ll be pleased to know that the sequel was announced with both iPhone and iPad support. Based off of the screenshots and the trailer that are both below, I am almost certain that the game will be a hit, if not for other people, for me; just waiting to try it!
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Qwak App Review for iPhone and iPod Touch: Ducks Are Epic

Qwak App Review for iPhone and iPod Touch: Ducks Are Epic

What do you call a duck that eats fruit two times the size of it, throws eggs at predators, collects diamonds, and soars through the air freely with jet-boots? Epic! As made clear by the name, Qwak, developed by veteran developer Jamie Woodhouse, puts you in control of a duck out to do superior things. While it’s a weird idea, it’s a unique one that gets addicting pretty quickly!
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