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New on my iPhone for April 12, 2011

Here are a few new (or new to me) iPhone apps that I recently loaded on my phone for testing. Click each link to be taken to the iTunes install page.

Viddy

Viddy is a simple way for anyone to capture, beautify, and share amazing videos with the world. Record a key moment of your life, make it beautiful, and share it with those who matter most.

Vidcinity

Vidcinity is a location-based video sharing and discovery application. Record video at a location and anyone that comes to that location will be able to see that video! It's like Twitter + Foursquare + video, without all that weird checking in and following stuff. You get videos just by being near a location!

Broadcastr

Broadcastr is a new social-media platform for location-based audio. Our free app lets people easily create and share recordings on an interactive map. Users share oral histories, restaurant reviews, walking tours, citizen journalism, personal messages, funny anecdotes, and more.

Nebulous Notes

Nebulous Notes is a powerful, yet simple, text editor for note-takers, writers, and coders. (If you want to try-before-you-buy, check out "Nebulous Notes Lite.") Your notes are backed up and available from Dropbox, the best back-up service in the world. Free accounts on Dropbox come with 2GB of space, enough to store 500 copies of

RjDj

Join the RjDj music revolution! 
RjDj is an amazing new way of experiencing music - YOU are inside the music! Its the soundtrack to your life !

Color

Color is a fun way to create a public photo album with your friends using multiple iPhones. Everything is instantly shared among everyone taking photos and videos using the Color app.

Mapomatic

mapOmatic... navigation made personal. 

mapOmatic is a free application that is handy for getting around, getting directions, and getting ideas. It’s perfect for everyday exploration and vacations. It puts your address book and your calendar on a mobile map.

 

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