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Posted by on Aug 19, 2012 in Software |

The best mobile apps of the week (LXVI)

The best mobile apps of the week (LXVI)

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Chasing Yello (IOS): Clearly those games that we are forced to perform repetitive actions at the same addictive, like Angry Birds, Jetpack Joyride, or Temple Run Ski Safari, are the most ballots have to become classics. With Chasing Yello occurs more or less the same, taking a bit of all of the above and putting it in an interesting remake with a good soundtrack and the voice of a girl diabolical inspiring to follow only to be street is one of the most entertaining games I’ve found to IOS in recent times. Highly Recommended. Free.

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Foodivide (IOS): Surely more than once, after a nice dinner in a group or partner touches to accounts who will get to much. Foodivide appears precisely for such situations and allows us to divide quickly and easily account for each diner. Free.

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Shot Control (Android): The camera software that comes in many Android phones is usually quite full, allowing us to choose some options like ISO and more advanced. Control Shot takes that idea and puts it in an interface where the preview of the picture occupies only a part and the rest can choose and configure other parameters. It costs €2.49.

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Portals Magic (Android): Fan of the series Portal from Valve? Portal Magic vaguely takes that idea, joins 8-bit graphics, a game of plataformasen the strictest sense of the word and a puzzle game and results in a very interesting application that promises enough hours of service. Costs €0.80.

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Hey Tell (Windows phone): HeyTell is an application to revive the charm of the walkie talkies and binds to the immediacy and Internet facilities. If you ever Viber applications like WhatsApp or you have fallen short with terminal HeyTell can use our Windows Phone as if it were a walkie talkie small sending voice messages. Entertaining, it is worth even try to see the concept. Free.

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MiCompra (Windows phone): If anything characterizes a mobile phone, it always goes in the pocket and therefore is useful to point things or do lists so you do not forget us. MiCompra points precisely to that and it joins a rather elaborate interface with the ability to add icons to each item on the shopping list to identify them more easily. Very simple. Free.

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