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London has one of the most extensive public transport systems in the world. It’s also one of the most archaic and the myriad of different connecting stations for its Underground service and variety transportation methods, from bus to boat, can perplex even the most experienced commuter.

Having been a daily user of many of the London transport apps available for a number of years, I find myself asking the question “does the App Store need yet another public transport app?” Cityplanner (available for both London and New York public transport services) seems to think so and, after using it for some time, the answer seems to be yes.

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I haven’t been on Twitter as long as some people. In fact, I joined Twitter only when Apple integrated it into iOS 5. A little reluctantly (and with more than a hint of trepidation), I signed up. Since then, Twitter has been an on-again/off-again relationship. When it’s good, it’s great, and when it’s bad, Twitter gets neglected. But I do really like Twitter and I love the apps that come along with it.

I’ve been trying to find the best way to read through my old tweets and conversations with friends and colleagues for a while now. Maybe I’d find a joke I made that I thought was hilarious (or not funny at all, on the other hand). Maybe I could find that brief conversation about iTunes I had with Rian Johnson, the writer/director of Looper. Mostly, I wanted a great way to be nostalgic. I tried a few different apps, but finally found what I wanted in Tweet Library.

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IOS 6 removed YouTube from the operating system’s default apps. At first, people thought this would be a major problem. After all, Google isn’t the most reliable iOS developer out there. Fortunately for iPhone users, the developers created a nice alternative to the original YouTube app and released it just over a week before iOS 6 was released. But it’s limited and has ads, so what about something a bit less restricting?

Several individual developers have brought YouTube clients to the iPhone with most of them being poorly developed or only halfway there. However, there is a nice-looking alternative from developer Jason Morrissey, creator of Alien Blue, a Reddit client for the iPhone and iPad. He’s named it Jasmine, and it’s free, but exactly how good is it? (more…)

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In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting Song Mix. The developer describes Song Mix as a cool interactive music trivia game and a great music discovery tool. It’s a great way to fill your dead moments. Whenever you’re stuck in traffic or having that meaningful conversation with your significant other, you now can just zone out and recycle your playlist. Try and guess as many songs as possible and show your music skills to your friends by reaching the top of the leaderboards.

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In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting gUnit Lite. The developer describes gUnit Lite as an intuitive unit and currency converter that provides lightning fast results. It has an ultra sleek design and features all the essential unit and currency conversions. gUnit Lite is the ultimate unit converter app for your iPhone and iOS device.

Get your FREE copy today!

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In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting Six Pack Abs in Six Weeks. The developer asks, are you looking to get a six pack?

Many people think that basic sit-ups and crunches are all you need to get a six pack; eventually they get frustrated with poor results and give up. Six Pack Abs are obtained by properly targeting your ab muscles and the fat around them with a combination of weightlifting, cardio and proper nutrition in addition to standard ab workouts.

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In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting Assault SOS. The developer describes Assault SOS as an app that helps keep you safe! Whether you’re walking home late at night or you’re just out jogging, this app can send a quick alarm with your location if anything happens. You can select any number of email addresses, Twitter, Facebook and even a phone number that automatically gets called.

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In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting Facial Exercises Yoga. The developer says, the face is the first thing people notice, and is a large component of your first impression with people. Why then is it never exercised or worked out when it is so easy?

With Facial Exercises Yoga you can follow step-by-step video training that teaches you how to exercise each specific muscle on your face to achieve drastic results in a small amount of time.

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In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting MUD MAP – Australia. The developer says MUD MAP – Australia transforms your iPhone into a powerful handheld GPS with maps. It’s an awesome bit of gear for hikers, hunters, trail and mountain bike riders, or anyone exploring the great outdoors. Maps are stored on the device so it keeps working even in the most remote regions where a phone signal is non-existent. MUD MAP is THE navigation app you can rely on, anywhere, anytime.

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In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting SimplyListed. The developer describes SimplyListed as a new, easy and free way to sell stuff using your iPhone. We regularly host special one-day sales on simplylisted.com featuring items submitted by users in your city. You simply take photos of items you want to sell, and we take care of the rest. On the day of the sale, buyers are shown your items and we notify you when someone is interested so you can complete the sale.

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