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Iconfactory's Take Five iPhone app keeps you from listening to hours of silence

The Iconfactory's Take Five app is designed for anyone who's ever paused the music while working, intending to turn it back on, and ended up listening to earbuds full of nothing for hours. Take Five lets you choose how long you want to pause, and turns the music back on when the time is up. It even supports playlists! At 99 cents, you're paying for the Iconfactory's gorgeous design -- they're...

Ramp Champ brings a boardwalk classic to your iPhone

If you're travelling this Labour Day weekend, you'll no doubt have your iPhone in tow - charged and ready to use at the earliest opportunity. If you're looking for a stylish new addition to your iDevice's homescreen, then you'll probably want to check out Ramp Champ. Brought to you by the folks at DS Media Labs and The Iconfactory (whose apps we love here at Download Squad), Ramp Champ is a...

Nik's Favourite iPhone Apps: Twitterrific

Here at Download Squad, we know that a fair number of our readers are avid Twitter users [much like ourselves]. There's been no shortage of Twitter clients thanks to Twitter's readily-available API: and the AppStore is little different. Twitterrific, if you're not already in the know, is the ubiquitous Mac OS X Twitter client (now at version 3 on the desktop) - and possibly one of the most...

iPhone App Review: Twitterrific is even better than the desktop version

Sometimes Download Squad has to agree to disagree about a new app, and this is one of those times. Although some on the team have knocked the iPhone version of Twitterrific, I actually like it better than its big brother on the desktop. What can the iPhone version do that the desktop version can't? Well, for one, it can pop Twitter open within the app - sometimes you want to scope someone's page...

Twitter tips - tools for your tweets

You are reading this post about Twitter. That's what you would answer to Twitter's simple question, "What are you doing?", which is the entire premise of Twitter's existence. Getting people to answer in 140 characters or less, by IM or logging onto Twitter.com, what it is they are doing at that particular moment. Big stuff, right? Constant stream of consciousness chatter is the lifeforce of...

Dine-O-Matic - OS X Widget of the day

"What do you want to eat?" "I dunno, what do you want?" "I don't care you decide" "Well, it was your idea to go out, you should pick" Sound familiar? Now you can end dinner fights forever with the Dine-O-Matic widget for OS X. The Dine-O-Matic allows you to input all of your favorite restaurants into it by category. When you can't make up your mind on where to go to dinner simply click on the...