iOS App Picks 7 Sep 2011


In this episode of the iOS App Picks we demonstrate five applications in 30 seconds each. These apps will keep you entertained, find restaurants based on your likes and dislikes, and help tune your guitar. To download these apps directly to your iPhone, just click on the title of the application and the iTunes software will automatically launch to the app in the App Store. If you have the free Google Search app installed on your iPhone just snap a picture of the QR-Code using Google Goggles or any other QR-Code scanner that will launch the App Store on your iPhone.

Atomic Clock – No Lite and $1.99 full version


Carrying an atomic clock in your pocket would be completely unheard of, but now you can have the same precise time keeping with Atomic Clock. This app will sync automatically with two separate servers at startup. Change the way the clock appears and set alarms.

atomic clock

Ness – A free application


Ness is like the Genius Button for restaurants. Just rate restaurants in your area and Ness will suggest places to eat based on your likes and dislikes. Rate restaurants as you visit them to have Ness give more accurate suggestions.


Guitar Tuner – A lite and $1.99 full version

guitar tuner

Guitar Tuner is a very accurate tool for tuning a guitar or tunable instrument. Just listen to the cord, play back the note and Guitar Tuner will display where the exact pitch should be. The paid version has many customizable settings to change virtually anything related with tuning a guitar.


Groupon – No free application


Hanging out with friends can sometimes get costly especially if you go out a lot. With Groupon you can help to alleviate the expense by purchasing Groupons directly from your iOS device and using them to save some dough. Many deals save more than fifty percent.


Toy Story Mania – No Lite and $4.99 full version


Toy Story Mania is based on the classic Disney Pixar films along with the Wii game and attraction at both Walt Disney World and Disney’s California Adventure. The object of the game is to launch or shoot munitions at targets on the screen. The game is similar to fair style games but with many more chain reactions occurring.


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