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Why we like it: Figure is a simple enjoyable way to create electronic music. No need for knowledge, no need for solfège. The app is designed for the mobile user on the go. You can create a cool sound in few minutes combining drums, bass synth and lead synth together. The sound quality is good and the app has a beautiful minimalistic interface, each graphic element having a function or a purpose. It's a stimulating app to create your own addictive beat.
Why we like it: Allows you to download detailed tourist guides that you can access without interent connection. After using this app in Munich my Lonely Planet book became redundant.
App: Sparrow (desktop) / (iPhone)
Price: $10.99 (desktop) / $2.99 (iPhone)
Why we like it: Light email client with a polished and very compact twitter-app-looking interface. It integrates with dropbox allowing you to automatically upload attachments just by drag-&-drop on the email body. The attachment then is replaced with the dropbox download link.
Why we like it: Gives simple, mouse window management by locating the left, right, and top edges of your screen as 'hot zones'. Drag a window until the mouse cursor enters one of these zones then drop the window to have it cinch into place. Nice and simple UI, works great with 2 monitors.
If you are a bible lover and/or a photography lover, we have some news we think you'll love! We are fast approaching the release of our new iPhone app, Biblegram!
When we launched Bible Promises three years ago, we wanted to make an app which allowed for personal reflection: finding the right Bible verses to help and inspire you. What surprised us is how much our wonderful community used the app to share verses too, via email, Twitter and Facebook.
We wanted to create a new app, complementary to Bible Promises, which focused on two things we love: sharing Bible verses, and photography: and so Biblegram was born!
Biblegram will let you share your favorite bible verses and photographs in a personal and creative way. Create a background by taking your own photo and applying a beautiful filter - or use a ready-made background. Then add a relevant Bible verse of your choice. You'll be able to share your creation with friends and family through email, Twitter, Facebook or Tumblr. Here are some examples of what you can create with Biblegram:
Think of it as a cross between Instagram and Bible Promises!
To be notified when Biblegram launches, register your email address now at the Biblegram website