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Sure, the app feeds might be going away soon, but that doesn’t mean we can’t take a moment to look at what’s new in the App Catalog:

  • Dino Chaos could almost be said to be a Jurassic Park style game; you’re an  FBI agent in search of missing colleagues, and there’s a whole ton of dinosaurs standing in your way. Good luck.
  • Fitness Appz provides a comprehensive six-week training program to get your body into better physical shape.
  • Jujube is essentially a music discovery tool. You can find songs from your childhood, look up classics from specific periods, find similar songs to the ones you’ve remembered, and then go download it all off of Amazon MP3.

More new and updated apps are after the break (naturally).

New apps:

  • 8-bit Trivia: NES, Free, by 8-bit development. One hundred one trivia questions to test your NES knowledge.
  • Astronomy, $1.99, by Open Merchant Account. Check out the locations of planets and stars in the sky, and read up on your astronomy.
  • Cangjie Free, Free, by calab. Input text using the physical keyboard and get Kanji characters back.
  • Days To Come, $0.99, by D Gardner. Countdown to upcoming dates.
  • Dino Chaos, $1.25, by Elusive-Minds Development. You’re an FBI agent in search of two missing comrades. Only one thing stands in your way: dinosaurs.
  • Finance Reference, $0.99, by Quizmine.com. A basic 101 overview of finance, from planning and statements to stocks and bonds to risk, capital, and budgeting.
  • Fitness Appz, $4.99, by Infinite Appz. A six-week training regimen to get yourself into better physical shape.
  • Go Olympics, $0.99, by Morad Tech. Get the latest news about the Olympics Games.
  • Jujube, $0.99, by Fioware. Find music from your childhood or specific eras.
  • Salon TipMaster, $1.59, by Disciple Skies. A tip calculator for your trips to the salon.
  • Vector Conflict: The Seige - Lite, Free, by Littlegrey Media. Free trial version of the bunker siege retro game Vector Conflict.

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