PicFlippr is a free game for iPhone and iPod Touch. The app utilizes client server and API technology to download photos from selected locations. These photos are scrambled, and the user must solve the picture-puzzle.
Puzzles can be shared and played using a Flash player should the recipient not have an iPhone. Tight integration with Facebook also allows sharing of online photos in a social context.
Jones Soda is an iPhone app that allows you to customize a label for your Jones Soda purchase. Whether choosing a photo from your albums, or taking a brand new picture, the selection is placed right on a bottle label so you can easily preview your order. The buyer also chooses quantity and flavors, and with tight integration with the Jones Soda web server the order is fulfilled.
A Top 25 App in News during the height of Deepwater horizon oil spill cleanup. The app includes headline news and information on the BP Oil Spill of 2010.
Included is a new feature to report tar/oil washing up on a beach: just take a picture and submit the report, and it will be recorded. These reports are also viewable in the app. Updated maps, weather information, and beach information is included, as well as videos, blogs, Facebook and Twitter. One of the most popular areas of the app is a chat page where users comment about what is happening, including pictures.
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The best classified ad solution for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Offers integration with Craigslist, EPage, Oodle, eBay, AdConnect, and more. Integrated search, browse, post, message, favorites, Facebook, Twitter, and much more.
An app created by a Ron Paul fan that rose to the Top 25 in News.
The Ron Paul app is the premier mobile application for following information regarding Ron Paul, his Campaign for Liberty, and free-market economic news. This app extensively uses menus to group news, forums, and more to keep the app down to just a few buttons, even though it has over 40 different pages.