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5 Apps You Don’t Want To Miss

by on December 2, 2012
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Check out 5 apps you should have on your Apple device:

1. Rdio

Rdio just updated its iOS and Android apps this week. The updated apps sport a new look, and lets you sync your queue and what you are listening to across all of your devices.

2. StatMilk College Football StatMilk’s College Football made its way to iOS this week. The sports analytics app provides you with 10 years of data about your favorite teams, head-to-head team comparisons, and over 40 data filters to help you slice and dice team data any way you want. This app is a free download, with some additional stats requiring an in-app download.

3. Fantastical

Popular Mac calendar app Fantastical made its way to iOS this week. Offering many of the same features as the desktop version of the app, Fantastical has a DayTicker for quickly navigating through your upcoming calendar, and voice scheduling capabilities that allow you to schedule events by just talking to the app.

4. 500px

500px launched its first iOS app this week. The app gives you access to photos from the 500px community, allowing you to comment and like photos and add them to your favorites to view later. The app will send you notifications when a community member interacts with your photos, and allows you to purchase high-resolution versions of photos directly from your iPad.

5. Goodnight Moon 

Popular children’s book Goodnight Moon is now available as an Android app. In addition to the book itself the app includes over 200 touchable objects, animations, and hidden interactions for kids to find. The book includes narration, so it can be read to youngsters, as well as a Read Myself mode for kids to read on their own.

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