Posts tagged "geek"

Berzerk Ball App Review – The Sweet Pleasure of Smashing A Geek

So, really, how far can a geek rocket across the sky after being violently smashed? In real life, probably not very far. But in Berzerk Ball it’s up to you. In this simple game of both precision and luck, it matters how you hit and with what you hit along

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Birdbrain

Birdbrain is a simple little app which allows you to track changes on one or more Twitter accounts. Its primary focus is on how many followers you gain and lose over time. It does this by periodically taking a snapshot of your Twitter account and showing you the changes. This means that you won't see any stats when you first get the app, but after a few days Birdbrain will be able to start reporting statistics on followers, posts, and more!

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Tweetie 2

If you don't already know, Tweetie is one of the most popular iPhone Twitter clients out there today. It combines tons of powerful features with a killer user interface that you'd swear came from Apple. So when Loren Brichter, Tweetie's creator, started work on the next version, he was competing with his original app. To do this, Brichter totally rewrote the app from scratch, leaving behind every bit of code from version one. Then he applied all of the experience he gained from the original and created an even more powerful, feature-packed version with the same level of simplicity that made Tweetie a success. The result is Tweetie 2.

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TweetMic

TweetMic is an app that makes it possible to post audio messages to your Twitter account from your iPhone. The app is basic and does no more than expected of it, but this is executed relatively well and is an easier (and safer) alternative to tweeting while driving. Voicetal LLC just might have something here....

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BeejiveIM

BeejiveIM (pronounced "bee-hive") is an instant messaging application that supports nearly every chat system known to the Internet, including AIM, Yahoo!, Facebook, Google Talk, and MSN. You can log in to multiple accounts at once, chat with as many buddies as you like, and even send them photos and voice memos. In an upcoming update, you'll even be able to send videos from your iPhone 3GS. And of course, version 3.0 (which this review is about) comes with support for push notifications!

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Birdhouse

Birdhouse is a simple application for capturing, saving, and publishing drafts for Twitter. It has support for multiple accounts and there's no limit to the number of drafts which can be saved. Drafts can be sorted by rating or date and published tweets are saved in your history.

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Twittelator Pro

Twittelator Pro is a Twitter client produced by Stone Design Corp. that is full of options while still keeping the interface functional. Users can tweet, @reply and 'favorite' other people's posts all within the application with just a touch of a button.

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Twitterrific

Twitterrific, like its counterpart on the Mac, is an application for interacting with the popular social network, Twitter. Although there are arguably more Twitter applications than necessary these days, Twitterrific is one of the originals and is therefore one of the most popular. And because of Iconfactory's simplistic approach to application interfaces and design, Twitterrific for the iPhone is a Twitter client that stands out among the rest.

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MySpace Mobile

MySpace’s ‘MySpace Mobile’ has been quite the interesting application to test. I didn’t expect much coming into it, because let’s face it: I’m elitist, and I ‘only keep my MySpace around because I have friends that I stay in contact with’. With that prototypical mindset, I was shocked by how much I actually loved this app.

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AIM

AOL’s app solution is quite the feat. Using iPhone’s WiFi and 3G/EDGE capabilities, users can sign in anywhere and talk to multiple friends on the same interface, without iPhone skipping a beat.

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