USC’s Visability and Ninja Splat among today’s fresh Android apps

Sep 21, 2010
Tech

There are some noteworthy apps that have launched today, including the University of Southern California’s Visibility app.  Free, this Android app determines the air visibility, measured in miles, by utilizing images directly from the sky.  Taking a crowd-sourced approach, participants submit their sky images via the app, and USC analyzes the data to determine air […]

There are some noteworthy apps that have launched today, including the University of Southern California’s Visibility app.  Free, this Android app determines the air visibility, measured in miles, by utilizing images directly from the sky.  Taking a crowd-sourced approach, participants submit their sky images via the app, and USC analyzes the data to determine air quality in a particular region.  On a large scale, an app like Visibility can help individuals make a real difference.

A new game to check out is Ninja Splat, by Ruma Apps.  Ninja Splat pits you against evil ninjas that are invading your territory.  Using your paintball gun, take out the evil ninjas to protect your land and your ladies.  Shake your phone to reload your gun, and gain power-ups, bonuses and more.  The full version of Ninja Splat costs 99 cents.

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