August 31, 2011
mSecure ( iPhone/iPad, Android )
Even though this App calls itself a ‘Password Manager’ it’s actually perfect for storing all sorts of secure information. I keep not only my logins and passwords to various websites, but all my credit cardm bank, SS number, and Driver’s License information. Your information is protected with 256bit encryption and all the information can be easily backed up to your hard drive. There’s even a cool self-destruct mode that you can enable if you like – after a set number of failed attempts to access the data, it will all be deleted.

August 26, 2011
MyBackup Pro ( Android )
Backing up your phone is one of those things you know you should do often, but somehow it just never happens. Having an application that takes care of it for you if th best option for everyone involved. Backup (with scheduling options) to remote secure servers (or an SD card if you choose), Applications, Photos, Contacts, Call log, Browser Bookmarks, SMS, MMS, Calendar, System Settings, Home Screens (including shortcut positions), Alarms, Dictionary, Music Playlists, and more.

August 18, 2011
Photo fx Ultra ( iPad )
One of the best post-production applications available for the iPad, this app will turn your photographs into art. With 77 filters, specialized lenses, film grain, color correction, a paint system with a variety of brushes, optical lab processes, and other photographic effects your holiday photos will never look better.

August 10, 2011
WidgetLocker ( Android )
This is one of my personal favorites, and highlights the precise reason why I got an Android phone. Widgetlocker allows you to place sliders, widgets and shortcuts right on your lockscreen. This makes it quick and easy to launch your favorite apps, control your music, or view social networking updates without having to go into the phone and find them.

August 3, 2011
Hearing Saver ( Android )
A couple days ago at the gym I plugged my headphones into my phone, pressed play, and then proceeded to drop my phone when Built to Spill came screaming into my head. Built to Spill is not a band that screams, the volume was simply at maximum; I don't even want to think about the amount of damage I've done to both my hearing and my phone by forgetting to adjust volume settings. The Hearing Saver app is made to do that for you - when you plug in your headphones it changes the volume to your preset "Headphones" volume, and readjusts again when you remove them.

July 27, 2011
TurboScan ( iPhone )
Forget buying and storing a scanner; you can now use your iPhone to take high resolution photos of documents, receipts, business cards, etc. and turn them into multipage PDF or JPEG files. You can then email them or save them in the app or to online storage sites, and not have to worry as much about losing the original.

July 20, 2011
TripIt ( iPhone/iPad, Android, BlackBerry )
I’ve got about 5 weddings to be at in the next six months, all of them in various places around the globe. Keeping track of all those flight numbers, rental cars, hotel rooms, etc. is a nightmare on the best of days. By forwarding your travel confirmations to plans@tripit.com, it will create an itinerary for you for each trip, which can then be incorporated into your calendar or shared with others.

July 13, 2011
SPB Shell 3D ( Android )
The Android OS is nearly infinitely customizable and taking advantage of that fact, changing the phone whenever the mood strikes you, is one of the primary reasons users choose it. SPB Shell takes that to a whole new level, with a next generation UI that brings 3D Home Screens, 3D widgets, 3D SMS, animations and a revamped folder system to the phone.

July 8, 2011
Battleheart ( Android, iPhone/iPad )
Final Fantasy-esque, this is a charming battle and roleplaying game that is highly addictive. You have a party of characters with individual personalities and powers and you battle monsters in real-time, gaining more experience and weapons as you go.

July 1, 2011
Dinosaur Zoo ( iPad )
As the name suggests, this app lets you interact with animated Dinosaurs in a zoo. You can feed them, tease them, get your fingers nibbled and roar at them. The app also supplies you with facts about each dinosaur, where they lived, when they died and prehistoric maps.

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