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gBoarder

gBoarder

gBoarder  is a unique entertainment application that analyzes your movements while you're having fun going downhill on your snowboard. Through this innovative approach, you can now finally get exact statistics about your race, like the number of crashes or the longest jump...

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Syntrax (UIQ)

Syntrax (UIQ)

Syntrax (UIQ) - Meet Syntrax, the long awaited sequel to Jaytrax, the first mobile synthesizer and sequencer for mobiles. It has everything the modern musician wants when away from the studio! A sequencer, sound synthesis and sample editor all wrapped up in a nice little package! A mobile synthesizer in your pocket...

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Chords

Chords

Chords - How many times have I sat in the rehearsal room trying to find the correct finger positions on my guitar's fretboard for a chord, that my keyboarder wanted me to play in a special bridge. Normally I don't have a chord book in my guitar case, but I never forget my mobile phone (for the pizza order, you know :-D). So why not use the phone in this case also...

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Booze It!

Booze It!

Booze It!  is the perfect tool for those who like the odd drink or two. It has two modes: Home and Away. Away blurb Ever been in a foreign pub drinking half a litre of beer (sometimes in a pint glass) and wondering what it would cost in proper money? Well, it's easy enough to convert from euros to pounds, either in your head or with your phone's converter app...

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Smell Scanner

Smell Scanner

Smell Scanner - Now turn your mobile phone into a Smell Scanner and have fun fooling your friends. You ’ll trick everybody in believing that your phone can detects smells and see how embarrassed they get once the smell alert goes off as you move the device cross their body. App is supported by advertisments (inneractive)...

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Guitar Chords+

Guitar Chords+

Guitar Chords+ - Never be forced to pull out your computer or a bulky chord book just to look up a guitar chord again. Featuring handpicked fingerings of more than 160 chords, Chords+ also explains how to play "slash" chords such as D/F# and the mechanics of sliding common bar chord shapes up and down the fretboard to form dozens more...

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