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Relay is a beautiful app for creating and sharing custom maps

Today’s mapping applications are focused on helping you navigate from one spot to the next, or discovering the businesses around you. But they tend to be utilitarian in nature, and not what anyo

QuickPics Is An iPhone Photo Manager For The Organized Among Us

For the obsessively organized, sorting and searching through your iPhone photos is a problem still waiting to be solved. Even the forthcoming changes <a target="_blank" href="http://www.macworld.com/a

A New App Called Moment Shows You How Addicted You Are To Your iPhone

Some of us jokingly say that we're addicted to our iPhones. A newly released app called Moment will show us just how true that statement may be. Designed to promote a healthier balance between our rea

Prime Takes On The Challenging Task Of Bringing Your Health Records To Mobile

The founders of <a target="_blank" href="http://stayinyourprime.com/">Prime</a>, a mobile app promising an easier way to securely collect all your health records from various physicians into a single

Notivo Wants To Be A ‘Google Now’ For Everything Else

Early stage startup Notivo, launching today at TechCrunch Disrupt, is a mobile search assistant that helps you track events and receive notifications when information you care about changes or is upd

Mingle Debuts A Gesture-Based Contacts App For iPhone

If you’re still in search of a better Contacts application than the one that ships on your phone, a newly launched gesture-based app called Mingle might catch your attention. This app, built and

New Networking App NextSociety Helps You Find Your Most Relevant Connections For Any Purpose

Heading out to TechCrunch Disrupt NY next week? A newly launched mobile application called nextSociety can help you figure out who to meet there. Using a combination of your iPhone's contacts and Link

Mailtracker For iOS Brings Read Receipt Functionality To Apple’s Default Mail Application

Want to stalk people via email, so you’ll know the moment they read your message? Or maybe you want to know if they gave your message a good look, instead of only a glance? Mailtracker, a newl

AirSnap Helps You Take Beautiful Group Selfies By Pairing Two iOS Devices

How many times have you stepped out of the group to click pictures, feeling left out as others posed? Or have there been instances when you’re jostling to get back for a group picture after sett

Need A Quick Answer? Pop Lets You Take Two Photos, Poll Your Friends

Do you have trouble making decisions? Do you have to get your friends’ input on a bunch of things? Are you 15 years old? Then you might like Pop, a new iPhone application today making its offici

Postcard For iPhone Lets You Post To Any Social Network At Once, Even Your Own Website

A new application, <a target="_blank" href="https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/postcard-write-once-share/id589678038?ls=1&mt=8">Postcard</a>, launching today, will help you cross-post to various soci

Dark Sky Is Ready To Be The Default Weather App On Your iPhone’s Homescreen

Dark Sky, easily one of the better weather applications on iOS, rolled out an update today that expands its focus beyond rain predictions to become a more comprehensive weather app which offers both 2

Revamped Polaroid Camera App Polamatic Makes You Nostalgic For Your Awful Instant Photos

Hoping to capitalize on our collective nostalgia for the Polaroid brand, San Francisco-based indie app developer Dana Shakiba of Appadana, a self-confessed “Polaroid enthusiast,” set out

Last Minute Holiday Shopping? SixDoors Raises $600K To Courier Gifts, Well, To Your Door

Same-day mobile shopping app <a target="_blank" href="http://www.sixdoors.com/">SixDoors</a> has been iterating on its idea of local product delivery since August, but only with the latest version rel

No More Private Foursquare Check-ins? No Problem. Pins For iPhone Lets You Save & Share Your Favorite Places

Foursquare <a href="https://techcrunch.com/2013/12/09/as-foursquare-concentrates-on-demonstrating-value-it-no-longer-allows-private-check-ins-on-ios-7/">did away with private check-ins</a> this week,

Space-Saving iCloud Alternative Loom Now Supports Video, Too

<a target="_blank" href="http://www.loom.com/">Loom</a>, a simple but well-built photo-sharing app targeting the mainstream, has been focused on building <a href="https://techcrunch.com/2013/10/04/icl

“Feels” For iPhone Updates The Pro/Con List For The Emoticon Generation

Torn up by a complex decision you need to make, and that pro/con list just isn't helping? A new app called <a target="_blank" href="https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/feels/id749580891?mt=8">Feels</a> 

Sound Familiar? Trace Launches A Social App That Lets You Share Your Purchases With Friends

If at first you don't succeed, try, try again...to build another social network around users' recent shopping purchases. <a target="_blank" href="http://www.traceapp.com/">Trace</a> is the latest sta

Social Travel App Jetpac Ditches Facebook, Pivots To Instagram-Based “City Guides” For At-A-Glance Recommendations

Facebook-based social travel apps may have run their course. <a target="_blank" href="https://www.jetpac.com/">Jetpac</a>, a gorgeous but ultimately slow-to-grow travel app for iPad, which last year
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