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Topic # 80264 29-Mar-2011 21:17
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Ever since I got my Galaxy S, I keep an eye on Phandroid to see what's happening in Androidworld. Plus Crave and Engadget.

Having just bought my first Apple product, iPad 2, I'm keen to keep an eye on what's up with apps etc. However there's thousands of them and some of them seem to be run by kids (not that there's anything wrong with that but you know what I mean).

Would be grateful for suggestions on a few decent blogs that I can follow to keep up with Appleworld, to sort the wheat from the chaff.

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  Reply # 453287 29-Mar-2011 21:43
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  Reply # 453408 30-Mar-2011 10:17
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I have found Appshopper.com is a really good site, you can add apps that you like the look of to a watchlist and it will tell you when they go on sale. really useful when someone like EA has a 90% off weekend or similar. the amount of US$10 apps I have bought for .99c is astounding, I havent paid full price for an app in a long time..

Edit: Also, Cult of Mac have pretty good App reviews, if that is more the thing you are after

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 453432 30-Mar-2011 11:28
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Many thanks Guys - exactly what I was looking for.

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  Reply # 453437 30-Mar-2011 11:41
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AppShopper does a free iPhone/iPad app as well which is pretty good.




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  Reply # 453483 30-Mar-2011 13:57
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+1 AppShopper, download the free app, add apps to wish list, get a push notification when price drops.

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+1 App Advice, Slide to Play, Padvance.

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