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Tease your brain with BrainTeaser

Best iPhone appsIf you like challenging Puzzle cracking games, then BrainTeaser is a game made for you. It can tease your brain in five minutes. At present BrainTeaser from Uwe Meier (developer of exciting puzzle games for the iPhone ) is the top free application available in the App Store.

The concept of the game is simple, but you need a very sharp brain, insight and speed to tame this crazily challenging puzzle game. If you bank on luck, you will likely find yourself stuck.

Its a very addictive mind twister puzzle game. There is a pattern in the lower left side of the screen that you have to copy into the tiles in the main screen. You touch the tiles to flip them around to change color. If you flip one tile, all of the neighboring tiles will also filp. You have to do this in a limited time – so better think fast how the final pattern has to look like after applying the transformations. If you finish it you go to the next level and get bonus points for time left. You have the option to disable the timer, but your score would not be added to the hall of fame.

In the initial levels, you just need to turn the yellow grids to chocolate, however in the higher levels, the patterns become a mixture of the two colors. That’s where the real burning of brain begins.


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Baby Monitor – Calls You When Your Baby Cries

Monitor your sleeping baby with this iPhone app. Simply place the iPhone near your sleeping baby, if it detects noise, it places a phone call to the number of your choice, you can then listen in for activity from your baby. Great for when you are on the go or traveling, no need to pack your regular baby monitor. One feature that makes this application exceptional is that the monitor has unlimited range!

Even use it to monitor when older kids arrive home from school, etc. The applications are unlimited. It also will detect if your baby picks up the phone. Great for curious toddlers that wake up from their nap without making noise. A fantastic value at only $4.99 cents.


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Zensify: Your Social Life, Aggregated on the iPhone

Zensify(TM) Ltd (http://www.zensify.com) today announced immediate availability of its free application, allowing users to aggregate, update, search and discover information across multiple social networks and Web services from the single Zensify application, available for Apple® iPhone® and iPod® touch via the iTunes® App Store.

Zensify is the first solution to aggregate all your social networks into a single feed, which allows you to discover the trends and information across your entire social graph. A multi-functional product, Zensify enhances the social network ‘power-user’ experience by combining updates from the Twitter, FAceBook, Flickr, Digg, Delicious, YouTube, 12seconds and Photobucket services into one news feed.

A social network aggregator, Zensify allows you to simultaneously update both Twitter and Facebook. Zensify also allows you to share videos, pictures and music across your entire social graph, making it an ideal ‘lifestreaming’ solution. A built-in Web browser enables the viewing of websites and integrated video playback is available without leaving the application.

Zensify also allows users to search within and across their entire social graph, allowing users easily to keep track of conversations and topics across multiple networks.

Zensify’s unique capability to generate a Tag Cloud based on trending topics is a visual extension of this social network search functionality. Zensify is the first application that analyzes updates and content from aggregated social networks to show the user what is most popular across all of their social networks – right now.

To rapidly bring these capabilities to iPhone and iPod touch users, Zensify is releasing a preview of its software, following strong demand from early beta testers, to showcase the power of the full application (due for official launch in July).

“Having seen Zensify Preview firsthand, I am extremely impressed by the software’s unique features and capability to aggregate, visualize and filter the deluge of information across my own social graph,” said Tim Bajarin, President of Creative Strategies, Inc. (Campbell, Calif.), one of the oldest and most respected analyst firms in the high-tech industry. “By addressing the issues of information overload, Zensify’s data analytics and user interface reduce the complexities of finding trends and information across social networks to a real-time, highly visual tool that anyone can take advantage of.”

Zensify works instantly and without the need to import any friends or inviting everyone you know to use the product.

Zensify Preview is immediately available via the iTunes app store as a free download. The final version will be available in July of 2009 as both a free (ad-supported) version and a premium paid application. Download the application via: itunes.apple.com

Source: Finance.yahoo.com


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Warner Bros. to offer 40 iPhone apps by year’s end

Warner Bros. Digital Entertainment said it plans to release 40 iPhone applications by the end of 2009 as the studio seeks to position itself as an end-to-end application distributor with the muscle to develop apps, navigate the App Store approval process and market the end result. Warner Bros. tells Variety it has developed and released about 15 iPhone apps to date, spotlighting film properties including The Dark Knight, Watchmen and the new Terminator: Salvation–some were created within the studio’s theatrical unit and Warner Interactive, while others originate via outside developers.

With Harry Potter and Sherlock Holmes applications on tap, Warner adds it also is considering animated episodic video apps and other mobile content efforts built around key brands, as well as a broader range of game, comic book and entertainment apps that aren’t tied to Warner properties.

According to Warner Digital Distribution director of worldwide marketing Stephanie Bohn, the studio’s relationship with Apple is central to its appeal to developers: “It’s difficult [for developers] to have a direct call into Apple,” Bohn said. “We spend time talking with them weekly, if not daily.” Bohn also cited Warner’s vast marketing reach, noting it can differentiate apps through social media marketing, print and TV advertisements, and DVD trailers. “It doesn’t cost a lot to launch an app,” she said. “Relative to a TV show or a film, it’s nothing.”

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Week in review: Apple’s pending harvest

If you believe rumors and industry analysts, Apple is getting ready to bring some big products to market.

First and foremost, the company is likely to launch a tablet that’s similar to the iPod Touch, but larger, in the first half of 2010, marking the company’s entry into the Netbook race, according to Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster. In a research note, Munster handicaps the gaps in Apple’s product lineup. The gaping hole: there’s nothing between the iPod Touch and the MacBook. Enter this iPod Touch on steroids for $500 to $700.

Apple’s game plan will revolve around its multitouch patents to cook up something different from your generic Netbook. Munster’s theory makes a lot of sense. A Netbook would tarnish the Mac’s average selling price and potentially cheapen the Apple brand. A tablet wouldn’t. Double bonus: a Mac tablet would compete with Amazon.com’s Kindle e-book reader.

Apple Chief Operating Officer Tim Cook called Netbooks junky, but he never dismissed the consumer demand for them.

We can also expect the next version of the iPhone on July 17, according to AppleiPhoneApps.com, which cited a source who is “closely connected to Apple’s hardware development team.” The Web site posted some details on just what the third-generation iPhone will offer.

Meanwhile, as part of the ramp-up toward releasing this software to the public, Apple began running a stress test of push notifications–the hallmark feature of the new operating system. This system sends notifications to your phone whenever there’s an update from an application, even when it’s not running.

The newest data from Gartner shows that Apple’s share of worldwide smartphone sales grew from 5.3 percent in the first quarter of 2008 to 10.8 percent in the first quarter of 2009. In terms of unit sales, Apple jumped from 1.7 million in the first quarter of 2008 to 3.9 million during the same period in 2009.

While the quarter’s iPhone adoption metrics may be impressive, Apple wasn’t the only smartphone maker with big gains. Research In Motion saw its BlackBerry market share rise from 13.3 percent in first quarter of 2008 to 19.9 percent in 2009. The company’s unit sales grew from 4.3 million to 7.2 million over the same period.

Source: News.cnet.com


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