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Whether for smartphones or tablets, Android or Apple, some of our favorite mobile apps (at least since we last checked the App Store)
  • February 15, 2012, 12:06 AM EST

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LauncherPro If smartphones really were such personal devices, their user interfaces wouldn’t
be so homogeneous. Here, users take ownership
of their Androids with customizable widgets and
a 3-D app drawer.

Flipboard Already a longtime favorite of iPad users, an iPhone version made its debut in December. What’s new: Cover Stories, a smart content feed that learns what’s of interest to you.

Highlight It’s not stalking, it’s social media. Sync Facebook with Highlight and you’ve got a GPS-enabled locator that lets users know which friends or mutual friends are close by.

Foodspotting Snap a shot of your $500 meal at Per Se and share with other foodies. Also on the recently retooled app’s menu: dish recommendations and a filter for your likes and dislikes.

Tweeb A must-app for the Twitter junkie, this social media analytics platform allows you to track followers, retweets and mentions.


Infinity Blade Swipe and spar with evil Titans in your quest to slay the God King and save your kingdom. Stunning visuals and smooth gameplay mimic the Xbox experience and create a satisfying, addictive time suck.

IntoNow Yahoo’s social TV app for iPad can ID which shows you’re watching, churn out related content like stats and scores, then let you share the shows via Facebook and Twitter.

Xfinity Following the lead of fellow cable giants Cablevision and Time Warner, Comcast’s live TV app scores for its channel lineup, robust VOD and DVR control.

Klik Using face-recognition technology, this camera app lets you tag your Facebook friends in photos in real time.


KCRW Music Mine The renowned L.A. radio station offers music aficionados a constellation of 100 artists from its daily playlists, along with video, photos and blog posts. Customize or tap into KCRW’s stream. 




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