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How to Transfer Contact Info on Your iPhone or iPod Touch

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How many times have you wanted to send someone contact information from your iPhone or iPod Touch, but you couldn’t do it? Instead, you had to manually type the information into an Email to send it or tell them the information over the phone. Big time waster!



Your AT&T Wireless account at your fingertips

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This free utility puts your AT&T Wireless account right at your fingertips. I installed this app thinking it was probably just a quick & easy way to pay my bill without having to log in on my home PC.



The Mover App Does Move it!

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 My husband, son and I all installed the Mover app (Infinite Labs v. 1.0.2) yesterday so we could try it out. It was fast to install and easy to send a photo. And it's FREE!



MerckTech introduces iEDL group e-mail application!

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Introducing iEDL - Email Distribution List for iPhone™ - group email at your fingertips.



Print photos from your iPhone via Wi-Fi

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Imagine that you're out and about and want to print a photo. With iPrintApp ($1.99), you can stop by any local copy or print store with a Wi-Fi network and print the photo on the spot.



Units: Convert currency, common units quickly & easily

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This simple unit conversion calculator lets you specify your most common conversion "modes" in the main menu for quick access. Units supports most common conversions. Currency conversion rates are updated daily from the developer's server.

AppReview — free app and website covers over 17,000 apps

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The two big problems with the App Store are sifting through the over 30,000 apps to find the ones that suit you, and for the developers, getting your app noticed. AppReview helps.



Quicklook: Time to Check Out Emerald Chonometer

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I have always loved fancy watches like Rolex and Omega.  I can remember days of walking through the mall just staring at the watch display in the jewelry store (back when I actually got to visit my own stores).  The problem was, while it was always free to look, taking home one of those fancy watches always cost thousands of dollars.  And I have never found myself at a point where that would make sense.  Maybe someday.  But in the meantime, my lust for watches can now be fed, through the magic of the iPhone and Emerald Chronometer.

 



iPhone App Developers Profiled

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In the Chicago Tribune giveaway daily, Redeye, Chicago-based iPhone App developers speak about their successes. Lars Bergstrom, for instance, is a PhD candidate at the University of Chicago, but came away with $100,000 or so for coming up with the WiFi Finder app.



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