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Today we’re going to take a look at ReadMore, an application that helps you reach your reading goals and track your progress in the books you’re currently undertaking.

It’s not an e-reader but instead a timer that keeps track of your reading history. Below we’ll walk you through the various features and then discuss why the app is so helpful.


In the age of MP3s, Pandora, and Grooveshark, it’s easy to forget that the airwaves are still being endlessly pumped with great programming via old school AM/FM radio stations. The last device you would expect to cause you to listen to more radio is an iPhone, but the app below will do just that!

Today we’re going to take a look at TuneIn Radio, an app that is sure to help you reclaim your long lost love for good old fashioned radio.


We’re mere days away from the launch of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, which means you’ll need a good way to keep track of all the news, scores and statistics! As always, we’ve got you covered.

Today we’ll compare three of the best apps we could find to help you become the most informed fan around. The best part? They’re all free!


Chances are, your iPhone is probably already filled with a considerable bevy of music, photos and video – but just how much of your video collection are you able to fit on the phone? This is a pretty legitimate question when you factor in the kind of space applications can take up, especially if you’ve been fairly liberal in downloading them.

Your Mac or PC could provide an answer to this by providing wireless and remote access to your media collection using InMethod’s Air Video, an app that can stream video in almost any format over 3G or Wi-Fi for free. Let’s take a look at how it works.


In the 1990s we saw the widespread expansion of a new and unique form of entertainment: virtual pets. NanoPets, Tamagotchis and a plenty of other trend-following brands began marketing little electronic keychains that provided users with a virtual companion that literally depended on them to remain alive.

Since then a few advancements have been made in the virtual pet arena and we’ve seen just enough quirky console and handheld games to keep the trend partially alive. Now that smartphones have become fairly ubiquitous we are seeing a resurgence in games based on the idea of interacting with a virtual creature that requires daily attention.

Today we’ll look at a couple of apps that can help quench your inexplicable need to nurture binary-based beings.


If you’re a movie buff, your iPhone is an excellent companion to aid you on your quest for cinematic knowledge. Whether you’re looking for trailers, trivia or showtimes, you guessed it; there’s an app for that!

We’ll help you fill your iPhone with every kind of movie application available. The best part: it won’t cost you a cent. To ensure that you still have plenty of cash to drop on tickets and popcorn, today’s post will be comprised of only free apps. Let’s get started!


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