Today’s Fresh iPhone Apps: AlwaysOn, 2012 Invasion, iVanity, Nature.com and tunesBag

Feb 2, 2010
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Here are five Fresh iPhone Apps worth tapping into today.  1. 2012 Invasion If the Mayan Calendar wasn’t enough to worry about, now you must prevent impending apocalypse by defending the earth against robotic aliens. This $2.99 game includes unlimited levels and an upgradable weapons system. Do yourself a favor and download now before the price goes up. […]

Here are five Fresh iPhone Apps worth tapping into today. 

1. 2012 Invasion

If the Mayan Calendar wasn’t enough to worry about, now you must prevent impending apocalypse by defending the earth against robotic aliens. This $2.99 game includes unlimited levels and an upgradable weapons system. Do yourself a favor and download now before the price goes up.

3. iVanity

Do you ever want to give yourself a complete makeover, but are afraid you will waste a lot of time and money and never get it right? Now you can experiment with thicker eyelashes or a different shade of blush with this iPhone app, which is on sale for $99 cents through Valentine’s Day. 

4. Nature.com

Nature magazine is the latest periodical to distribute content via an iPhone app, which focuses on scientific news and research. While the app is free to download, expect subscription costs to begin after April. 

5. tunesBag

Store a copy of “Get off of my cloud” in the clouds with this $5.99 iPhone app. tunesBag lets you sync your iTunes library with its web-based service, allowing you to access your music from a browser, your iPhone, HDTV or console.  

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Brad Spirrison

Brad Spirrison is the managing editor of appoLearning and Appolicious Inc. In this capacity, he has sampled and evaluated thousands of iOS and Android applications. He also holds an M.A. in Education and Media Ecology from New York University.

Spirrison worked in concert with appoLearning Expert and Instructional Technology Specialist Leslie Morris while curating and evaluating educational applications.

A longtime media and technology commentator and executive, Spirrison is also a regular contributor to ABC News, The Huffington Post, TechCrunch, Bloomberg West and The Christopher Gabriel Program.

Spirrison is married and lives with his wife and young son in Chicago. As his son was born just weeks before the debut of the iPad, Spirrison takes his work home with him and regularly samples and enjoys a variety of educational applications for young children.

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