Fresh iPhone Apps for June 5: Hmmm, Mooklet, Dungeon Village

Jun 5, 2012
Games

Take control of your social networking life with Hmmm, today’s leading Fresh iPhone App. It allows you to create different “avatars” for different aspects of your life and control what you share and with whom. Following that is Mooklet, a photo-sharing app that makes it easy to create albums that tell stories in photos and […]

Take control of your social networking life with Hmmm, today’s leading Fresh iPhone App. It allows you to create different “avatars” for different aspects of your life and control what you share and with whom. Following that is Mooklet, a photo-sharing app that makes it easy to create albums that tell stories in photos and text. Developer Kairosoft provides today’s game selection with Dungeon Village, a new simulator title with a fantasy game theme.

Hmmm (iPhone, iPad) Free

Social networking app Hmmm makes social networking easy for users who want to share certain things with certain people. The app lets you create different “avatars” for different aspects of your personality – like work and family, for example – so that when you share things on social networks such as Facebook, you can pick and choose who sees what by choosing the appropriate avatar.

Hmmm’s avatars give you quite a bit of privacy, because you can set all kinds of various controls, like limiting who sees posts from a certain avatar and adding nicknames for each. You can also post photos and even songs through Hmmm when you share. It’s also compatible with foursquare to make sharing check-ins easy, as well.

Mooklet (iPhone, iPad) Free

Apps that allow users to display their photography in different, interesting ways continue to populate the iTunes App Store. Mooklet allows you to create a story from the photos you take with your iOS devices by adding text and arranging them in order to make something unique.

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Mooklet lets you add photos to albums quickly and drop in text in order to tell full stories along with them. Once you’ve finished, you can publish your albums as HTML 5 documents online, making them available to friends and family by sharing the links you create to your albums.

Dungeon Village (iPhone, iPad) $3.99

Developer Kairosoft has rolled out another great iOS simulator title with a new theme. This time, the game is Dungeon Village, and the goal is for players to set up a medieval town that can support adventurers as they head out into the wilds to fight monsters. In your town, you’ll construct things like inns where adventurers can rest up and armories where they can buy new equipment.

Like the recently released Epic Astro Story, your Dungeon Village is slowly populated by more and more adventurers who start to call it home. As they do, you can dispatch them to complete missions and earn more money for the town, and you can distribute items like weapons and equipment to your adventurers to make them more effective.

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