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Nate Adcock's BEST of 2009

iPhone Life Staff's Favorite Apps

It's the beginning of the New Year, and everyone is publishing their lists of the best iPhone apps for the previous year. Below are the iPhone/iPod apps I used the most in 2009.

Games

Second on my list of favorite games is Real Racing ($4.99; firemint.com), a very life-like racing game. My short list of additional honorable mentions includes Battle Bears ($0.99; battlebears.com) and Jelly Car 2 ($0.99; walaber.com).

Productivity

Task2Gather

($0.99; task2gather.com) has great task/time management features and a collaborative task sharing capability.


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Battle Bears Contest Winners!

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 Everyone who posted a comment is a winner this time. Thanks to SkyVu for sponsoring a giveaway of Battle Bears (and T-shirts), and everyone who commented. Winners and instructions for claiming prizes appear after the break. Please tune into our blogs in the future for more great giveaways, and if you happen to be at CES, don't hesitate to stop by our booth to say hi (#4642 North Hall)!

Winners:

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Last chance to win a Battle Bears T-Shirt or redeem code!!

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This is it, folks! Your last chance to win a too cool T-shirt or a redeem code for a free version of the game. Get your Battle Bears comments up here or the previous post to win (deadline: 3 Jan, 2009, 11PM EST)! Full details and rules appear here on the previous post.



We got FREE Battle Bears T-Shirts and Redeem Codes to giveaway!

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We got em, and you know you want em! The Battle Bears developer, Mr. Benjamin Vu--the animator dude his own self--sent me 3 codes, and offered up 3 free T-shirts as well (free shipping only to US, and Canada), so here is the deal for this giveaway. You, the reader, post up a comment here, preferably bear-related--example: a creative new way to kill cute, cuddly pink Teddy bears, and I pick 6 lucky winners (contest ends Sunday, January 3, 2010, 11PM EST). Read on for full contest rules..



Sometimes Bears just wanna hug...but not this time!

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I have been searching for that one game--probably all of my earthly existence--if you know what I mean (if you don't, then nevermind). The one that makes it all truly worthwhile-the meaning of life/death and all that. The slogging through endless tunnels, killing mindless enemies. That one game that brings everything you've experienced up to that point sharply into focus. A gaming epiphany... Friends, I have found that game, and it is Battle Bears. I wish I had the time tonight to describe the sheer joy of this magnum opus of quirky FPS from SkyVu Pictures.



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