Whether you think of Valentine’s Day as a romantic occasion to proclaim your love for that special someone or a vast commercial conspiracy between the country’s greeting card manufacturers and confectioners, the fact remains there’s just a few ticks on the clock before February 14. So if you were hoping to load up on romantically-themed iPhone apps from the App Store, it’s time to get shopping.
I Love You in Every Language
from Mobility Games does about what it’s name implies. Thee $1 app lets you wow your better half with romantic messages and personalized wallpapers in a variety of languages.
generates sentimental poems for your valentine. Just enter the name and gender of your sweetie and a couple of traits, and Neuerung’s app whips up a poem worthy of… well, a $1 iPhone app most likely.
(While we’re on the subject poem composers, we’d be remiss if we didn’t mention the newly released Touch Poet
from Morgan Brown Consultancy. The $1 app contains snippets from classic poets and writers that you can rearrange into a poem of your own; publish the finished product on Twitter or e-mail it to your friends.)
I associate bunnies with Easter, not Valentine’s Day, so clearly I’ve never read Valentine’s Bunny. The $2 book from Silver Bunny Books is aimed at kids. While it features its own narrator, you’re also able to record your own voice telling the story.
Other less romantically-inclined apps that were recently updated or added to the App Store include:
, from Succont: The $5 Delicious client lets you access, manage, and edit delicious.com bookmarks from your iPhone and second-generation iPod touch.
, from NavTools.com: The $2 video creation utility lets you make videos out of the photos stored on your iPhone and second-generation iPod touch and post the finished product to YouTube.
- Full Screen Web Browser
, from Sopods.com: The free browser claims to open up 25 to 40 percent more of the iPhone’s screen for browsing and uses the device’s accelerometer to reveal navigation controls.
- MobileFiles 2.0
, from Quickoffice: The $4 app lets you transfer files from a Mac or PC to the iPhone or iPod touch over Wi-FI, remotely access a MobileMe iDisk account, and e-mail files directly from your mobile device.
- iData Mobile
, from iData Partners: The $5 database app lets you create records on your mobile device and sync them to your Mac.
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