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PostSubject: Part 4 (46-60)   Sun Aug 26, 2012 12:59 am

46.Tumblr
Tumblr is another popular microblogging platform that lets users quickly share and caption photos, quotes, chats, links, and more. Its app recently received an interface makeover that makes updates even easier.

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47.Audiogalaxy
This music app, still in beta, streams all the music stored on your local home computer, for as long as the latter is turned on. Other functions include the usual shuffle, skip, delete, and create playlists. Get it while it's still in beta—and free!

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48.Movies
Movies, by Flixster (some people know the app better by the developer's name), puts theater times, release dates for movies and DVDs, film reviews, and trailers in the palm of your hand. If, for example, you need to know the exact date that A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas will be hitting theaters, Movies can confirm the November 4, 2011 release. By default, the app pulls movie ratings from Rotten Tomatoes, although you can override this feature if perhaps you don't think The 400 Blows deserves a 100% critics' approval rating. You'd be wrong, but you can do it.

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49.Slacker Radio
When we in the PCMag lab talk about music streaming services, Editors' Choice Slacker Radio always gets an extra nod. It serves up excellent audio quality, a well-designed interface, tight lyrics implementation, and load of customization options. Slacker doesn't have niche stations or deep social networking features, but it's still the music streaming service to beat.

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50.Stitcher Radio
For those of us who prefer podcasts and talk radio to music, Stitcher is an excellent app. You can listen to the news from a wide variety of channels and stations, as well as get all your favorite podcasts.

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51.Ted Tallks
This unofficial TED app lets you search a video database containing over 1,200 TED presentations even if your device is not connected to the Internet. Alternatively, you can listen to the TedTalks radio-style audio stream, and bookmark and share videos on Facebook.

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52.TunIn Radio
For those of us who prefer live radio to podcasts, TuneIn Radio is worth a download. You can listen to over 50,000 local and global radio channels such as BBC, NPR, and SWR. Purchasing the $0.99 TuneIn Radio Pro adds the ability to record audio.

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53.Draw Something
Draw Something, the latest app craze, pits iOS and Android users in simple gesture-based drawing competitions. Pick a word from a list of three, draw it on your screen with your finger using a variety of colors and brushes, and then send it to your friend to guess what you've drawn. You win coins if your friend guesses correctly. It's very simple and, like Words With Friends, the addiction lies in the robust social aspect.

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54.Guns & Glory WW2
The follow-up to the award-wining action-strategy game Guns 'n' Glory Wild West puts you in the role of a military commander (either the Allies or Axis) during The War. You mission? Guide your troops, tanks, and warbirds to World War II victory. A RPG-like skill and leveling up system lets you power up your squad to achieve an advantage over the enemy.

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55.Gurk RPG
In the mood for a light diversion that contains a hefty dose of retro goodness? Gurk, the 8-bit RPG features a three-character party system, two dozen dungeons, 23 monsters, and lots of action. The story is virtually non-existent, but if you're fans of old school bleeps and bloops, you'll find a lot to like here.

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56.Pinball Arcade
Pinball Arcade is an addictive game that exquisitely recreates the look and to a certain extent, feel, of classic, trademarkedpinball tables. The thoughtful detail in each leaderboard is really impressive. Connect online to play in tournaments or go head-to-head with your friends.

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57.What The Doodle (Lite)
WTD?! is an online multiplayer drawing game. Think Pictionary on your phone, with friends or strangers around the world. The premium version ($3.28) adds voice recognition, personal face doodles, and global competitions.

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58.Wors With Friends
The Scrabble-like game from Zynga, Words with Friends, is among the most popular mobile social games around. If you own an Android phone but your friends are on other devices, such as iPhones or iPads, you can still challenge them to head-to-head wordplay, as it doesn't matter on which platform your opponents are playing. While some Android users have reported stability problems with the game, Words with Friends is in such high demand that most people will grin and bear it… especially since it's free.

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59.Amazon
Amazon's official app isn't as comprehensive as its Website, but it's super convenient for my purposes. From virtual browsing to price comparisons to transactions, it's pretty seamless and puts me just a few taps away from buying virtually anything, anytime. Maybe that's not such a good thing.

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60.Unoffical Amazon Buzz
Buzz shows you Amazon's hottest bargains of the day and bookmark them to buy later. As an Amazon devotee, I find this app very addictive despite its singular functionality. I wish Amazon would acquire it already so we'd be able to buy items from within the app.

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