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January 25, 2012 / Raffy Pekson II

50 New Mobile, Tablet, Notebook Apps

Samsung’s new, open smartphone platform, bada

The mobile app just spiraled out of control last year and today we’re mesmerized and overwhelmed with just too many to choose from. Well, CNN’s Victor Hernandez sorts through the hundreds and thousands of mobile, tablet and notebook apps to give you 50 of the most buzzworthy ones. Check out the source at CNN.com.

360 Panorama – landscape photos for smartphones

Alfred – discover new restaurants

App.bg – pull up nearby instagrams

Autostitcher – create panoramic images on your iPhone

Can I Park Here – literally find out if you can park where your are now

CardMunch – LinkedIn iOS app converts paper business cards to digital contacts

Catch – mobile app to upload new content (text, web clips, photos, voice memos)

Clingle – share multimedia messages when you check in

Cuttings.me – store and showcase your online portfolio

Evernote Food – store, preserve and share Evernotes food adventures

Facebook Timeline Apps – Timeline’s integration from outside sources

Find My Friends – locate others via their Apple IDs and iCloud

Fondu – community for sharing short reviews about places to eat

Flipboard – e-zine reader for iPad now available for iPhone

Flud News – your own collection of articles and news magazine-style

Frametastic – mobile app for framing multiple camera photos

Friend or Follow – display who’s following you on social media

Google Currents – explore online magazines ‘zine style from your mobile phone

GramFeed – Instagram images larger than a smartphone screen

Hipmunk – determine neighborhoods with food, nightlife and shopping

Instagram – 16 million users in less than a year

Kyoo – aggregates all the buzz around a specific topic

LogMeln – remote access your PC or Mac from your iPhone or iPad

Mlkshk – sort through millions of online images and vidoes via shakes

Muuter – temporarily remove friends, topics, hashtags from your feed

My Secret Folder – passcode-enabled app stores pics, movies, notes, contacts, etc.

Oink – mobile app allows rating of specific dishes, not just restaurants

Path – exclusive, smartphone-centric service referred as “anti-Facebook”

Photosynth – another panoramic-photo mobile app for iOS

Picscatter – create collage of photos, images, albums

Pinterest – a virtual pinboard (and my favorite of all!)

Road Ninja – mobile app alerts you to food, gas, lodging, etc.

Room 77 – shows you the best and worst room views via Google maps

Slice – organize purchases, track orders from multiple vendors

SlowShutter – iOS camera app to fool around with light, blurring images, etc.

Snapseed – pro-level photo editing software

Springpad – virtual tool for organizing personal notes and tasks

Spool – save articles and videos even if you’re offline

Swackett – weather app for iOS recommends what to wear

Thumb – mobile app to vote thumbs up or down on anything

Total Recall – automatic or manual call and voice recorder app for Android

TourWrist – host your panoramic images here

Tweepi – Twitter app allows cleaning up followers, lists, streams

Tweetbot – iPhone Twitter client

Tweetsheet – creates an infographic of your personal Twitter universe

TwitWipe – deletes all your tweets in one swoop

Unroll.me – unsubscribe from unwanted e-mails in bulk

Voxer – walkie-talkie app for smartphones

Zite – news reader according to your interests; bought by CNN in 2011

ZocDoc – discover, research medial professionals in your area, then book an appointment online

ZoomSphere – provides stats for social networks, keep up with brands and stars

Read the entire article, including the links to all these mobile and web applications, on CNN.

Source: CNN Tech

Photo by samsungtomorrow at Flickr.com

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