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iPhone apps I've recently found and love.

, posted: 6-Aug-2011 23:45

How did I survive before finding these?

Viber  (text & cell calling via data. Think Skype but easier to use)
HeyTell (treat the iPhone like an RT)
Songify (make yourself sing like a complete loser, but it's a real giggle)
MythRemote & RRgh (turns iPhone into MythTV remote controls over wifi)
yxplayer2 lite (stream recordings from MythTV backend to the iPhone)

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Comment by muppet, on 8-Aug-2011 07:40

Might help to explain what RT means.  I looked up the app and I can see it's a Push To Talk app, but I though the usual shorthand for that was PTT?

Comment by billgates, on 8-Aug-2011 08:50

Try 'Photosynth' as well.

Comment by Andrew, on 8-Aug-2011 16:00

RT would be "Radio Transmitter", otherwise known as a walkie-talkie.

Comment by UncleArk, on 8-Aug-2011 16:11

RT as in Radio Telephone

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