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# 32415 16-Apr-2009 13:53
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Like the title says,

Where do you all find your applications and games for the iphone/ipod touch? just randomly searching, only go with the top sellers? reviews on websites? what websites?

There's loads of crappy apps out there, how do you find the good ones?

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  # 207303 16-Apr-2009 13:58
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Personally, I don't even look any more. I'll just search if there's a particular use case I'm interested in.

There's too many now to just browse around looking for interesting stuff.



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  # 207310 16-Apr-2009 14:15
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interesting, does anyone know the number of new zealand iphone/ipod touch owners?

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  # 207462 17-Apr-2009 07:58
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Well with parallel importing, im pretty sure its impossibly to know the answer to that :)

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  # 207538 17-Apr-2009 12:07
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Hi - like most people, I suppose, I view the 'suggestions' & top rated ones on the iTunes store, make note of apps mentioned in forums or sites like, Gizmodo, etc., and look thru' sites that are out there to give a rundown of new apps (both via App Store & Cydia), altho' they seem a little inconsistent -  and for Cydia apps -

There are probably others out there, but apps are being released so frequently that it's impossible to keep up.....and then there's the problem of finding them on your phone!



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