Google has done the almost-inconceivable: released Chrome web browser for iOS onto the App Store. Originally announced at Google's I/O conference Thursday, through Google's innate desire to dominate the computing landscape comes the mobile version of the company's PC/Mac Internet browsing solution popularly acclaimed for its minimalistic features and speed. Bringing over the simplistic interface Chrome fans have grown to love or hate, the app feels familiar to its desktop counterpart with the addition of a slick new card-based tab browsing interface for iPhone/iPod touch (along with a more customary option of tapping tabs or swiping on the iPad).
Dexoris has recently released an awesome new music-based puzzle game called Audio Puzzle [App Store, $1.99]. The game takes the music on your iPhone and breaks it down into small puzzle pieces. Your job is to then identify each piece and arrange them correctly into the full, original song.
Initially it looks pretty easy—until you have it randomly choose a song for you. Unlike songs you're familiar with, less familiar songs are much harder to arrange correctly, especially when you get to higher levels. The result is that you get to know more of your music in a very entertaining, and visually appealing way.
I've tried it and I love it. Totally worth the $2. Video follows below!