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TV Guide has released a free iPad app that provides official TV Guide listings and entertainment news, as well as customizable features and settings.
Chicago-based mobile application developer Intersog has added Pocket CFO - Managing Cash Flow to its list of Pad-based financial training classes. The Managing Cash Flow course is designed to teach users the ins and outs of capital management for small and medium businesses.
All six volumes following slacker hero Scott Pilgrim makes their way to the iPhone and iPad in a Comixology-powered app.
This major update to AT&T's TV management app lets iPhone owners download episodes of select TV shows for watching on-the-go.
Expense tracking app Toshl lets you quickly enter your expenses into your iPhone and view and analyze your spending data on your home computer.
Kode80's HoloToy app uses the iPhone 4's front facing camera and accelerometer to manipulate 3D images according to your angle of perception, giving a three-dimensional effect without special glasses.
Humor Website Cracked.com has released an iPad app that features unique content, iPad-optimized video and more.
Citigroup has urged customers conducting mobile banking from their iPhones to immediately upgrade because a security flaw in the older app secreted account information on the smartphone.
Juicy Development has released an upgrade to Police Scanner 2, its emergency radio streaming app that lets you listen to police, fire, and EMS activities around the world. Update 2.2 ads iOS 4 capabilities like background streaming and high resolution image capability.
Audible is making its first foray into the App Store with a free app for the iPhone and iPad that features Wi-Fi delivery of your Audible.com library, iOS 4 multitasking support, detailed listening stats, and more.
SplashData has released the iPad versions of SplashShopper, its list maker and organizer app, and SplashMoney, the company’s personal finance manager.
Gyro Draw -- currently available for free from the App Store -- uses the iPhone's 4 gyroscope feature to let you draw by tilting your phone. Older phones and iPod touches can use the built-in accelerometer.
This vacation journaling app gained quite a few features designed to help make your friends and family jealous as you kick back and relax, including virtual postcards and Facebook video uploading.
Kyle Lambert has created a striking portrait of Beyonce to showcase the potential of Apple's iPad as a drawing and painting tool.