Banner Free

July 12, 2008

Banner Free$0.00 from Masayuki Akamatsu Banner Free

“Banner Free” is a LED-matrix-like display which you can put any message.

“Banner”, a paid version, was released in App Store. You will find many useful and enjoyable options.

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July 12, 2008

Chef$0.99 from NobleBug Chef

Chef’s Little Helper is the perfect kitchen companion. Upload your recipes through and have them automatically sync to your iPhone or iPod touch. Build a cookbook with your recipes along with over 5,000 recipes that other people have uploaded. You can categorize the recipes you have by category or cuisine to easily find what you want to make.

Once you find a recipe you want to cook, you can add the recipe to your cookbook, email it, or add its ingredients to your grocery list with just a press of a button. The grocery list can automatically sort your items by the recipe they came from, section in the grocery store, or you can choose to move them around any way you like. Then check off each item as you buy them. Then with a press of a button you can clear the whole list, or just the ones you’ve checked.



July 12, 2008

LocalEats$0.99 from LocalEats

Featured Travel Application In Apple Retail Stores Across America!

“I find LocalEats to be a handy addition to my travel gear…
A tool that can remind me where to find great crab cakes and help me avoid another bland meal at an interchangeable chain restaurant? Yeah, that’s earned a place on my iPhone.”
-Philip Michaels, MacWorld Magazine

Where The Locals Eat, publisher of city dining guides and online at, picks the best 100 restaurants in the top 50 U.S. cities. It’s a quick way to find the best places in those cities, from New American cuisine and white-tablecloth restaurants to mom-and-pop joints, sushi bars and roadside barbecue – all chosen with the help of savvy local foodies who know the difference between a restaurant special and a special restaurant. Where the locals really eat.

Besides the 5,000+ restaurant listings and map-friendly features, this app rocks because typing is kept to an absolute minimum. You can find what you need quickly with only a few finger punches.

Application features:

• Best 100 restaurants in largest 50 U.S. cities
• Quickly see “What’s near me” in the city (within 15 miles)
• Find restaurants near a particular address in the city
• Restaurant listing by alpha
• Restaurant listing by category
• Restaurant listing by “Best Ofs”
• Restaurant listing by neighborhoods (see below)
• Driving directions
• Detailed descriptions
• User comments/reviews about the restaurants
• Submit your own comments/reviews of restaurants
• User photos of the restaurants
• Submit your own photo of restaurants
• Mark restaurants as “Favorite” (red star button)
• Share your favorite restaurants with friends
• Quickly view local area map
• No chain restaurants (with a few notable exceptions)

The 50 U.S. Cities: Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Birmingham, Boston, Buffalo, Charlotte, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Fort Lauderdale, Fort Worth, Honolulu, Houston, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Louisville, Memphis, Miami, Milwaukee, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Nashville, New Orleans, New York, Oakland, Oklahoma City, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Portland, Raleigh-Durham, Rochester, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle, St. Louis, Tampa Bay, Washington D.C.

Some of the cities with neighborhood restaurant listings:
Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, Nashville, New Orleans, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle, and more added soon!



July 12, 2008

Prankster$0.99 from IncisiveGeek Prankster

Prankster will entertain your kids, amuse your friends and annoy your neighbors all at the same time!

Prankster is your portable sound machine:
– Need a belch sound, we’ve got you covered.
– Need crowd cheers because nobody likes your jokes, we’ve got you covered.
– Need a laser gun to fight off everyone using their iPhone as a light saber, we’ve got you covered.
– And many more sounds.

21 high quality sounds
Simple to use interface

Dedicated forum for help and feature requests.



July 12, 2008

CalorieCheck$0.99 from JOHN MOFFETT CalorieCheck

A simple, straightforward app to get detailed nutritional information for over seven thousand foods.

The data is built in; there is no need to have a network connection. Just search for the food and select a portion size.

The nutritional information comes from the United States Department of Agriculture (

– Search-as-you-type for foods
– Multi-word search
– Detailed information for over 7000 foods and drinks
– No network connection required
– Detailed food descriptions, not abbreviations
– Ultra-fast loading time (compare with our competitors!)



July 12, 2008

BMI$0.00 from CirkelSoft BMI

Nice designed BMI (Body Mass Index) calculator. Very easy adjustment of weight and height. Gives an good indication if you (or your friends, family, colleagues, classmates) have the ideal body weight.

Supports height in feet, inch or cm, and weight in pounds, stones or kg.

Uses the same BMI formula as the US CDC, and other international health centers use.

Manual adjustment of height and weight are coming in the next free update.

Available in English, Dutch and Japanese.


2 Across

July 12, 2008

2 Across$5.99 from Eliza Block 2 Across

Recently selected as Apple’s “App Store Pick of the Week,” 2 Across lets you download and solve crossword puzzles from The New York Times, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Independent, The Globe and Mail, The Washington Post, The Onion, and many more.

* Download New York Times Premium subscription puzzles, as well as a wide variety of free ones. Version 1.2 features 21 sources from the US, the UK, Canada, and Australia — and the list is growing fast.
* View the grid and clues together or separately, zoom in and out, and easily move around in the grid.
* Write in pen or pencil.
* Get help by checking or revealing any part of the puzzle.
* Reorder, delete, and organize saved puzzles.
* Decrypt the solutions of New York Times puzzles.

Choose puzzles by date from a collection of thousands of puzzles to download; once you’ve got one, you can solve it offline. So grab today’s on your way to the subway, or stock up before getting on a plane.

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