Endless presents you with curated content from Wikipedia in a beautifully simple way. Just swipe to view something from Wikipedia totally at random. Each entry includes a pointed and streamlined description with a single image at the top. Tap on the image at the top to view additional related images. When you want to learn something new, simply swipe right to left to bring up a new entry. Links at the bottom of each entry allow you to keep reading on Wikipedia or share what youve discovered.
Endless Simple world discovery is available for free for a limited time. It has a 5-star rating with a total of 10 ratings.
Tally – Quick Counter ($0.99 Free, 1.9 MB): A simple and efficient gesture-based tally app. Its ideal for anyone who needs to keep count.
Tally brings you another step closer to a paperless lifestyle. Before you do anything else youll want to adjust the increments, starting value, and count direction of Tally by swiping right to left to access the settings panel. Then tap on the screen to count in your desired increments. Swipe down at any time to subtract from your current tally, and swipe up to reset. Tally also allows you to create multiple tally counters and manage them.
Tally – Quick Counter is available for free for a limited time. It has a 5-star rating with a total of 7 ratings.
Debt Strategy ($0.99 Free, 1.8 MB): This finance app will help you identify the best way to pay down and pay off your debts. Its ideal for anyone with financial burden.
Debt Strategy doesnt force one idea upon you. Its open to all kinds of strategies, just as you should be. It allows you to identify the best pay-off strategy and perform a what-if analysis to ensure your debt wont bring you down. You can then set a monthly payment schedule for every debt you have incurred and view your progress on a chart. The app also includes the ability to password protect your data and setup reminders.
Debt Strategy is available for free for a limited time. It has a 3.5-star rating with a total of 15 ratings.
Dream-X ($4.99 Free, 18.7 MB): Map your mind with this powerful productivity app. Its the perfect app for helping you visualize your thoughts.
No matter how big or small the idea, Dream-X will help you realize it in visual form. Youre able to choose from two different themes and then get right to your mind mapping. Start off with a single idea and then branch out from there. Youre able to create new branches by selecting the idea you want them to branch off from and then tapping and holding on a spot on the screen. Each branched off idea can be color coded, include photo and message, include a task or subtask, and sport an icon. Youre able to freely rearrange your ideas just by dragging them around the canvas. Youre also able to export your mind maps and share them via email. The app includes tutorial videos and samples to help you get started.
Dream-X is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 22 ratings.
HT Recorder for iPad ($6.99 Free, 13.3 MB): Record and edit business meetings, lectures, and conferences with this handy iPad app. It was designed with business professionals in mind, but its also great for students.
It’s able to record audio in almost any environment without missing even the quietest voice. You can even have it automatically skip silence to keep the recording time down. The app includes bookmarking, cut, copy, trim, and paste, and the ability to share and transfer recordings via email, Wi-Fi, FTP, Dropbox, or iTunes File Sharing.
HT Recorder for iPad is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 127 ratings.
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