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Desk Fountain - an entirely new use for your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch

Denver, Colorado - Two Teeth Technologies today is pleased to announce that Desk Fountain 1.0 is now available in the App Store. It is the first iOS application that can replace an expensive desk fountain. It helps you to stay productive at the office or relax at home while giving new purpose to your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.

The result is an intuitive app that shows off the full potential of the retina display and showcases the powerful graphics processing engine of iOS devices. It plays soothing sounds in a convenient and portable package that helps you focus at work or relax at home.

Key Features:
* Ultra-realistic water effects you have to see to believe
* Simulates a fountain, stream, rain or the ocean


Microsoft's SkyDrive Rains on Cloud Storage Startups

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Dropbox and Box have made file access on iOS a pleasure, much more so than iCloud, though in a very different way (you can’t beat, or even use, iWork apps without iCloud on iOS). As speculation about a more integrated cloud-based file system in Mountain Lion tantalizes the Apple Technorati, Microsoft dropped a new version of SkyDrive that delivers a high capacity, cross-platform file storage solutions that works right now.



Taposé - Collaborative Content Creation for iPad

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The Tapose app is a nice productivity app for your iPad which really brings the features from many other apps together into this one great app.  It has a collaboration feature which allows you to work with other people on a project; it allows you to use multiple different programs such as word processors, drawing apps, web pages, business cards and much more.  You can use them all to create different types of documents or files or combine them all to create multi-media presentations.  This is a great app for anyone who loves working on the go, whether it's on a bus hotel room or train this app will help you make the best use of your time no matter where you are.



Free Version: Visual To-Do : The to-do list that doesn't have a list

Free Version: Visual To-Do : The to-do list that doesn't have a list

Free Visual To-Do : The to-do list that doesn't have a list

Australian software developer Dependency, (www.dependencysoftware.com), have recently released a free version of their iOS productivity app, Visual To-Do.

Visual To-Do is the to-do list app without a list. Instead it presents a graphical representation of your to-do list. Enabling you to see at a glance which tasks need attention today, what's going to need attention soon, and what's under control.


Check how your iPhone is running with a Speedometer App

San Jose, California - Tekton Technologies today is pleased to announce the enhanced release and immediate availability of System Monitor with Battery Max 1.9, their all-in-one comprehensive and artistic, health check meter for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. System Monitor with Battery Max is a comprehensive Free Memory and Battery app along with a System Monitor utility, that monitors CPU Load on your device. This app provides a complete health check for iPhone/iPod touch systems and provides valuable details to alert you when the system resources reach the limits.


Guest List Organizer 2.0 for iPad - Guest Tracker with iCloud Support

Guest List Organizer 2.0 for iPad - Guest Tracker with iCloud Support

Xwavesoft today announces Guest List Organizer 2.0 for iPad, an update to their event organizer that coordinates guest invitations, RSVPs, contact information, table assignments, and more. This Productivity app update features iCloud syncing between devices and provides printable and shareable reports that make event organizing effortless. Saving event planners time, Guest List Organizer easily imports Facebook friends, Address Book entry contacts, and guests from previous events.


QuickOffice Pro HD Now Ready for Curtain with PowerPoint Editor

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PowerPoint is the perfect application for an iPad. Graphical in orientation with messages simplified to the point of contention and very photographic in its organization. But Microsoft's ambivalence toward the platform meant it was left to third parties to create the PowerPoint experience for the iPad.  With version 4.5 of Quickoffice Pro HD, Quickoffice users can now edit native PowerPoint files. Well, sort of.



iDoc's Top 10 iPhone App Recommendations.

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Considering how many apps are available in the Apple app store, not to mention how many are actually on my iPhone (close to 300), it's a bit daunting of a task to come up with only 10 apps to recommend here and now! There are simply so many amazing and award-winning apps out there and each is suited to an individual uniquely.



What I played this week - Fibble and SugarSync!

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Fibble HD is a 3D physics/puzzle game that is a beauty to behold on the iPad, but before I give my review, I have to do a mini-review of the awesomely redesigned SugarSync (which is not a game--sorry about that). The old version of SS (a cloud file syncing app--reviewed here), was not well suited to iPad, but the coders have fixed that in their recent upgrade! So before I tell you how great Fibble is, I want to tell you how great SugarSync has become...


Buzan Brings MindMapping Freedom to the iPad

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I like to Mindmap. I organize my life, my writing and my projects with mindmaps. And ThinkBuzan, the software arm of mindmap inventor Tony Buzan, has just released what may be the ultimate experience for mind mappers: iMindMap Freedom. Before Freedom, iMindMap was an OK app on iOS and a pretty substaintial authoring environment on the Mac and PC.



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