Today's iPhone app reviews are all about enhancing your activities. With TuneWiki, you'll never be bored while listening to music. With Worms, the classic game that's been on virtually every platform, you'll keep yourself entertained when you need to kill some time. With MotionX GPS (updated version) you'll be ready for running, hiking, and enjoying the outdoors. And with PhotoBeamer (and it's companion BeamCatcher) you'll be able to share your photos at parties without passing your phone over into another person's hands.
by TuneWiki Limited
App Store Link
TuneWiki has been around for a while, but only in Cydia. It's now officially an approved App Store app.
This awesome application allows you to listen to music while watching the lyrics on the screen (translated into over 40 languages.) You could also see what people around you or anywhere else in the world are listening to on a built in map. It's not at all necessary,
but it's kinda fun to see what kind of junk people listen to. It's certainly worth a download.
by Team17 Software Ltd
App Store Link
The classic computer game has been around for ages, and it's finally made it to the iPhone. The game offers single plater battles, 2-4 player multiplayer mode, full campaign mode, and everything else you expect to see in Worms. The controls, however, are a bit difficult to use because Worms relies heavily on precision and it's not so easy to be precise on the iPhone while playing a game. But with practice, it's certainly usable. If you're a Worms fan, then get it.
PhotoBeamer and BeamCatcher
by AppMobi LLC
Photo Beamer: App Store Link
Every iPhone user eventually has the horrible experience of passing around his or her iPhone to an entire crowd to show a photograph. And we all know what happens. People start thumbing through your whole photo album…and chances are, you don't want every
photo seen. The developers of PhotoBeamer and BeamCatcher realized this dilemma. With this app, you can share photos right over BlueTooth to any other iPhone user with the same app (or BeamCatcher.) PhotoBeamer allows you to share photos and receive photos. Beam Catcher allows you only to receive photos (which is why it's free.) While the app won't always
save you from passing around your iPhone (not everyone has an iPhone for you to share pics with), atleast you'll be safe when iPhoners are around.
MotionX GPS has just released it's 6th version. In the new version, MotionX GPS introduces iPod music integration, faster maps, and full iPhone 3GS Compass Integration. This app, which is intended for outdoor activity, shows your position and track at all times on street, topographic, and satellite maps. You can share all routes with friends via email, Facebook, or Twitter. There's lots of other features in this application, but the exciting news is that you no longer need an internet connection for the compass to work if you have an iPhone 3GS.