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The Apps Machine Has Moved!!

The Apps Machine Has Moved!! 

We have Moved!! The Apps Machine.com has been moved to App Chronicles.com, an easier to remember domain name for everyday use. At our new site, you will continue to get important iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, and app news and reviews. Of course, you will also get free apps and games everyday. Everyday, we go through [...]

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iPad Office Apps to Get your Work Done

iPad Office Apps to Get your Work Done 

The iPad is not just for watching Netflix movies, reading iBooks, or playing games. With the appropriate app installed, you can turn your iPad into an Office productivity machine. There is a huge selection of office apps on the iPad that will provide word processing, spreadsheet, and even presentation slides for you to edit and [...]

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Apple Sets iPad Release Date

Apple Sets iPad Release Date 

At long last we know. Following rumors of manufacturing issues, the iPad is set for release on April 3rd. Preordering will begin a week from today on March 12th. Following the same manufacturing concerns many  analysts predicted that the iPad would initially be released solely in the US but this has proved false. The iPad [...]

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Buzzie: Google Buzz´s First iPhone App

Buzzie: Google Buzz´s First iPhone App 

Buzzie, the first app released for use with Google Buzz has been released. Ironic, that it came the day after Apple sued Google´s Nexus One manufacturer, but this is not a Google made application but rather a third party´s offering. For the avid Buzz user, if such a thing exists following Google´s privacy complaints following [...]

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App Store Pulls Wifi Stumblers

App Store Pulls Wifi Stumblers 

In a move today from the folks at Apple, 2 or more widely used Wifi “stumblers” have been removed from the App Store. Undoubtedly, more will be pulled as they are found. Wifi Stumblers scan the area arround you for open Wifi areas, and the network´s details. But using these networks while usually “safe”, are [...]

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