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I know that we’re well past all of the Valentines Day hullabaloo, but that doesn’t mean it’s too late for some groan-worthy cuteness, now does it? If you have a significant other, chances are pretty good that you share things with them on a daily basis. Well that’s all well and good, but wouldn’t it be nice to have one private channel through which you can share all of this stuff? And furthermore, creating memories with that special person is part of the fun of being in a relationship, so how do you chronicle all of your photos and text messages for future nostalgia?

Enter Cupple, an app for iPhone that lets you privately share and catalogue your experiences with that special someone. The folks behind the app describe it as “the worlds first social network for two people in a relationship.” If this sentiment makes you bit nauseous, I’d understand. If it sounds like fun, though, hit the jump to learn more about how it works. (more…)

Is iPhoneography real photography? There are quite a few discussions concerning this subject and I myself am noticing the changes in my own life when it comes to capturing those special moments. While I used to lug my 20-pound camera equipement everywhere with me, nowadays I find myself relying on my iPhone more often.

I do miss some things, of course. Among them is the ability to use bokeh as an element of composition and make an object stand out from a blurry background. The iPhone lens can’t deliver results like that, but with Big Lens I can achieve results that look almost like the real deal. Read along to learn more about this app. (more…)

If you have an iPhone, chances are you use or have heard of Instagram. The service is great; the user interface, on the other hand, not so much. Browsing has always been a pain in the app as features are buried under layers and layers of content.

That is where Gramory comes into the picture. Gramory offers an intuitive solution to Instagram’s user interface problems by providing a clean and simple browsing experience. But what makes it an app that you’ll really need?

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One of the great things about the Internet is the constant stream of information available all the time. If you’re reading this review, there’s a pretty good chance you also enjoy browsing other websites to learn about what’s going on in the world. In doing so, I’m sure you’ve found yourself in a situation in which you wanted to read something but didn’t have time. Perhaps you left a tab open on your browser to read it later, or thought that you’d remember to check it next time you were online (but didn’t).

In situations such as this, it would be nice to save the article so that you could read it at your leisure, possibly on a multitude of devices.Now, I know that my scenario may conjure up images of Instapaper or even Safari’s Reading List feature, however, Instapaper will run your $4.99 and Safari’s Reading List is limited by the fact that you have to use Safari. If you want a service as great (if not greater in some aspects) as Instapaper at none of the cost, then Readability is just the service for you. Find out more after the jump. (more…)

I get a lot of usage out of my iPhone because I use it for both work and home. One of the things that I rely on the most is the voicemail aspect of the phone, especially for work. I get lots of important phone calls and messages that I would love to make sure I save and store for later.

One of the things that I have wanted to do for such a long time is somehow customize my iPhone so that it can properly function as a work phone and a personal one as well. I don’t ever think I will truly get there, but I have been using ON Voicefeed for a little while and it is about the closest thing to help me with this conundrum. (more…)

I’ve said it many times before, but it bears repeating: the best types of games available for the iPhone are the ones that you can pick up and play quickly and easily. They don’t involve multiple complex levels, the controls are so simple they’re stupid and every time you play it’s just fun.

That, in a nutshell, is Robot Unicorn Attack(more…)

Shopping online can be a great experience, especially because it helps you avoid making numerous trips to the store. However, if you frequently buy online, keeping track of all your shipments can be a major headache.

To help ease the burden, you can keep all their orders organized and track each shipment individually, or you can go with the better option of using one of the two best package tracking apps available on iOS. But the question is, which is the better app? Find out after the jump. (more…)

What would the iPhone be without games? With amazing graphics, multitouch, an accelerometer and a gyro, it’s gotta be the best gaming console ever. If you add a gigantic list of games, you’ve got yourself a very effective timekiller device.

So what’s the latest and greatest game to have? It’s Ragdoll Blaster 3, a game which became popular recently on the App Store and was actually selected as Game Of The Week by Apple not too long ago. Featuring beautiful graphics, a very relaxing sound track and addictive gameplay, this is great game if you’re tired of (or already beat) all of the Angry Birds titles. Let’s take a look at what this is all about. (more…)

Editing video has always been a somewhat tedious process that requires a lot of graphical horsepower and skill to pull off correctly. Sure, apps like iMovie and the like have tried to make things easier, but they’re never really fun, now are they?

With that in mind, in comes Game Your Video, an app that’s built from the ground up to make the process of making movies fun. So does it succeed or fall flat on its face? Let’s hit the arcade and find out after the jump.  (more…)

Last week, Apple dropped a few big products our direction. We saw a new AppleTV, 1080P video for true HD content, a new iPad and even more. And then there was iPhoto, the latest and greatest piece of software for the iPad that allows you to edit your pics right there on the device. Oh, and it’s a universal app too, so it’s on the iPhone! Yay!

But how would an app that’s built to perform well on the expansive screen of the iPad work with the iPhone? Let’s file down those fingertips and find out.  (more…)

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