Free Apple iPhone App Store Apps of the Day – 7/15/09

/* Posted July 15th, 2009 at 1:31pm    */
/* Filed under Apple, Apps, Deals, iPhone, iPod    */

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Get them now while they’re hot! These iPhone apps have been recently reduced to the recession friendly price of free! There’s no word when these app prices will shoot back up (usually these freebies are only good for a couple of days as app publishers try to get a little publicity) so make no delay and point your iTunes to the App Store and get to downloading!

  • MEDL MOBILE’s Doodle Chat: Picture/text shared chat pad
  • TuneWiki Limited’s TuneWiki: Lyrics search database
  • SIS software’s iCrypt Email & SMS: Communication encryption
  • MyAppBuilder’s Food Labels With Nutritional Facts: Nutrional facts database
  • Wooden Soldiers Labs’ Duke Nukem Soundboard: Duke Nukem sound effects anthology
  • ivista’s Fetch! Mobile Visual Search: Image-based search engine
  • Zyaxis Software’s 3DLandGen: 3D landmass generator

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5 Responses to “Free Apple iPhone App Store Apps of the Day – 7/15/09”

  • Comment from Kolomeetz

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  • Comment from rygaan

    “Find the Android Apps You Really Want with AppESP   17 Share email share Do you like this story? AppStoreHQ have just released a new tool into the wild. AppESP solves the problem created and perpetuated by the Android Market: a myriad of apps, but no real way to sort or discover which ones will be most relevant to your life and smartphone use. AppESP works by indexing the Android Market, gathering data from professional and user reviews, ranking apps and automatically generating personalized app recommendations just for you. iPhone groupies love to deride the Android Market’s relative lack of applications; however, the fact of the matter is is a huge and ever-growing number of high-quality apps available to Android device owners. Still, waiting for the best and most relevant apps to appear on your radar via mobile blogs or your social network isn’t an efficient discovery method, and the Android Market, beyond a very basic categorization scheme, provides no alternative. That’s why we were excited to get an email today from Chris DeVore, a Seattle-based investor and entrepreneur. He’s a co-founder at AppStoreHQ, a site that focuses on app discovery within increasingly crowded markets. We have highlighted the site in the past as an excellent way to find new Android apps, and we were thrilled that DeVore and company are using their skills to intelligently predict and surface apps that individual users will love using. Along with AppStoreHQ’s AppRank algorithm, AppESP also scrapes data from each user’s device about what kinds of apps are already installed. Then, just as Netflix and Amazon.com do, AppESP determines relationships between the apps you have and the apps you might want and delivers recommendations accordingly. Recommendations are discreetly sent to the Notifications bar, and they can be customized further with “Like/Dislike” user input. It’s a brilliant system that solves a pervasive problem in the Android Market — in fact, if Google doesn’t release a more intelligent app-finding solution with their upcoming web app store and apply the same solution to the Android Market, we can imagine AppESP as a possible acquisition opportunity for the makers of the Android OS. If you want to give AppESP a shot, just search for it in the Android Market; it’s free and available now. Let us know what you think of it in the comments. For more Mobile coverage: Follow Mashable Mobile Subscribe to the Mobile channel Become a Fan on Facebook Download our free apps for iPhone and iPad”

  • Comment from met

    haha

  • Comment from banalding

    oh i got a text message

  • Comment from tabald

    what’s your theme? nice vid


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