Posts tagged "applications"

Top 3 Bible Applications for the iPhone

Today's Easter Sunday, and while it could easily be considered as a national holiday at a minor level in comparison to say Christmas or Thanksgiving, many head to their local place of worship to celebrate the holiday using the Holy Bible. Though iPhone Alley is in no way endorsing any particular faith, we're simply meeting the demand of our readers by providing you today with our top 3 bible applications.

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Avoid These (not) Convincing Pokemon Ripoffs

If you've opened the App Store and navigated to the Top 25 list recently, you may have noticed Pokemon Yellow ($0.99) sitting at the top wedged between legit applications. You may have either jumped with joy or not believed it - the latter is what you should be doing instead of mindlessly handing over your money to a developer who has evidently made a fortune off of the blatant ripoff he's released onto the App Store.

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Valentine’s Day iOS App Essentials

Valentine's Day 2012 is getting closer and closer so what better way than to celebrate with an iOS device? As always, there are multiple applications to aid in preparing for your special day, and we've got our personal favorites below.

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iPhone Alley Weekly Giveaway #2

Our wonderful developers, whom we cherish for without them there would be no iPhone Alley, have teamed up alongside us to allow you the chance of winning one of thirty-five promo codes for their fantastic applications. Applications include Junk Jack, MailSig, Wroom and more!

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iPhone Alley Weekly Giveaway

Our wonderful developers, whom we cherish for without them there would be no iPhone Alley, have teamed up alongside us to allow you the chance of winning one of fifteen promo codes for their fantastic applications. As the first as a thing we'd like to start doing soon here at iPhone Alley perhaps on a weekly basis, we're offering you the chance of winning some pretty worthy applications.

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Alleyside Daily #10: AppTrackr Tracked, iPad 3 Rumors Continue, Siri Knockoffs, Snow Delays, Law and Order Game, Mini Speaker, Analog Controller for iOS

iPhone Alley introduces a brand new way to stay up-to-date on all things happening in the world of iOS. Alleyside Daily is a roundup of news headlines, applications, and products delivered in a unique IM-style, opinionated format.

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A Chance to Win The Octagon Theory for iPhone and iPad

iPhone Alley has teamed up with M&D Entertainment Limited to offer you the chance of winning one of two promo codes for their clever, strategic game dubbed The Octagon Theory ($1.99), one application compatible with both iPhone and iPad (iOS Universal).

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iPhone Alley’s 10-6 Best Reviewed Games of 2011

We’re joining in on the masses of other similar lists that have been released on iOS-centric blogs with our take of the best iOS games of the year. Although the list shows a concrete list of games, we didn’t get a chance to review every single awesome application of the

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Easily Download Paid Apps for Free with FreeMyApps

Back in the day, we posted about what was a cool service called OfferedApp. While it looks like that has gone under, another service of the same breed has popped up. Dubbed FreeMyApps, the service allows users to get paid apps completely free. Zero registration, zero hassle and zero payment.

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Namco Releases Pac-Man Twitter Client

This news comes courtesy of AppShopper’s according page: Namco have devoted developing resources to developing a full-featured Twitter client for iOS. They’ve strayed away from their norm of games and instead have downloaded a nice utility — especially nice if you’re a retro gamer dying to get your hands on

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