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by Riz Parvez
Apr 08, 2011
As spring begins to hit its stride with longer days and warmer weather, fitness enthusiasts in the northern climes finally get to resume outdoor activities like walking, running and cycling. If you’...
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by Derek Kessler
Apr 07, 2011
There are only a few games that have mastered the art of addictive gameplay as well as Rovio Mobile’s instant classic Angry Birds. With the flagship Angry Birds game and the regularly-updated Angry...
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by Derek Kessler
Apr 05, 2011
If it seems like a good many of the PDK games in the App Catalog are ports from iOS, well, that is the truth. The Plug-in Development Kit was designed to make it easy for developers to build C/C++...
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by Riz Parvez
Mar 31, 2011
webOS users looking for a solid note-taking app that synchronizes with Dropbox now have a solution thanks to developer One Crayon’s recently updated app, TapNote. While the App Catalog is actually...
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by Riz Parvez
Mar 11, 2011
Are you an audiobook enthusiast looking for some relief from the sea of classic audiobooks being sold for upwards of $1.49 each? Look no further than WMF AudioBooks, a free, ad-supported, open-...
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by Riz Parvez
Feb 19, 2011
The cameras currently available on our webOS devices leave a lot to be desired. With low horsepower, long load times, and an absence of autofocus or manual controls, they're not up to the task of...
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by Nathan Mylott
Feb 01, 2011
Wallpaper apps are a dime a dozen on webOS, and on Android and iPhone too for that matter, but InterfaceLIFT is a cut above the rest. InterfaceLIFT draws its images from the online gallery of the...
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by Riz Parvez
Jan 23, 2011
Puzzle fanatics on webOS will have plenty of fun with the latest release from indie developer Willculus, author of Helicopter 3d and the well-received Graphing and Advanced Calculator CT8300 apps....
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by Mark Jensen
Dec 20, 2010
While webOS certainly has its share of news reader apps, currently at well over one hundred, we welcome more, especially if they are as innovative and as well executed as Rhythm News Reader.  So...