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Do you love 3 dimensional puzzles? Manipulate with your fingers on your IOS device some beautiful and bizarre shaped objects and suddenly a recognizable shadow appears in this elegant App. Shadowmatic ($1-3) is a stimulating workout for spacial recognition and eye-hand coordination without any stress. Very relaxing and fun.   Shadowmatic by TRIADA Studio

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Ballpark Weather

Love Baseball? You need this cool niche iOS App, Ballpark Weather ($0-$1). Talk about micro weather forecasting, detailed wind, temperature, etc for the time of each game for the space within the stadium. Baseball junkies, this should be as obvious as a pop fly to snag   Ballpark Weather by RainAware LLC

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Do you love reading well written articles from the NY Times but hate their paywall? Congratulations, you now can download their subscription-free, yes, totally free, iOS App, NYT Now. Quality writing on breaking stories and deeper subjects without ink on the fingers nor dents in your wallet.   NYT Now—Your Guide to the News by […]

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Cruise Ship Mate

Considering a Cruise or just want to know more about Cruise Ships? This handy free iOS App gives you a ton of great information at your fingertips without all the marketing hype. All the major lines’ ships with layout, live web cams, current location, upcoming itineraries, reviews, photos and much more. All aboard!   Cruise […]

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Emergency by American Red Cross

Are you prepared? This free iOS App, Emergency by the Red Cross, like others from the Red Cross, can save your life and keep you informed of risks for both local and distant friends, relatives and even pets. Get them all and set them up on your and your family’s iPhones. No excuses   Emergency […]

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Does heavy rain make you nervous? It does me. After surviving the mess flooding can bring I plan to keep an eye on this free iOS App, FloodWatch by D5G Technology. Whether you are in soggy Ohio or a seemingly dry arroyo in New Mexico, it is a good idea to track river gages and […]

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