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Haze is a weather forecast app that packs a fair amount of information into a simple interface.

App Store

Haze is a weather forecast app that packs a fair amount of information into a simple interface.

App Store


Moment Camera is a simple alternative to the iPhone’s stock camera app, featuring quick access to frequently used settings.

App Store

Moment Camera is a simple alternative to the iPhone’s stock camera app, featuring quick access to frequently used settings.

App Store



  A gopher client. Browse the Gopherspace; relive the past or enjoy more of the present.

A gopher client. Browse the Gopherspace; relive the past or enjoy more of the present.




  Access all of your Basecamp projects. Catch-up on progress. View all of your discussions, to-dos. Attach and download files. Read and add comments. Check-off to-dos.


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Access all of your Basecamp projects. Catch-up on progress. View all of your discussions, to-dos. Attach and download files. Read and add comments. Check-off to-dos.

App Store


nvNotes is a quick, Notational Velocity-inspired note-taker for the iPhone, with iCloud or Dropbox sync and TextExpander support.

App Store

nvNotes is a quick, Notational Velocity-inspired note-taker for the iPhone, with iCloud or Dropbox sync and TextExpander support.

App Store




Felix

Felix

Felix is a clean and fast App.net client for iPhones and iPods running iOS 6.

Features include private messaging, Twitter cross-posting, media sharing via Droplr or CloudApp and support for the usual ‘read later’ services.

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If the button on your iPhone or iPad has gone wonky, Jason Smith offers the following tip:


  Go to settings, general, accessibility, and then turn on assistive touch.
  
  This will allow an icon to appear in the top left corner of the screen that, when pressed, expands and gives you the ability to activate the home button on the screen.

If the button on your iPhone or iPad has gone wonky, Jason Smith offers the following tip:

Go to settings, general, accessibility, and then turn on assistive touch.

This will allow an icon to appear in the top left corner of the screen that, when pressed, expands and gives you the ability to activate the home button on the screen.