Disaster Alert (Pacific Disaster Center’s World Disaster Alerts) for Android, iPhone, iPod and iPad

Disaster Alert for the  Android, iPhone iPod Touch and iPad

Do you worry about disasters? Get the most current alerts form your mobile device.

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TrueHDR reviewed

Do your photos turn-out blah? Not any more with this miracle, of a photography app.

TrueHDR has the best auto settings in full-resolution image capturing. That’s right take HDR (high dynamic range) photos with Beautiful new Natural mode with the fastest processing speed. After creating albums of masterpieces, share them using Facebook, Twitter, or email.

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Amazon App Store

There’s finally a better store for purchasing Android applications. The Android Market is the current leader for Android apps, but not everyone likes using it, I am one of them.

There’s really no easy way to search the internet on your desk/lap top computers for Android apps, and purchase them for your device. With the Amazon App Store, you will be able to search, purchase and send apps to your device from any computer, via your email account used with your device.

Amazon had also wanted to make other aspects of purchasing apps easier for the user. There will be a 15 min. window, in which you can get a refund for purchased applications. They’ve made purchasing apps easier with using their accounts already existing. If you don’t have an account, that’s not a problem, just visit Amazon.com and create an account. You will see it is easy to understand, and much more user friendly for navigation of the store than Android Market.

Amazon App Store will soon be the leader, as they are going to stay competitive, with App prices, if not beat the price from their competitors.
Their development team will help weed out buggy, crashy apps.

Everyday Amazon will offer a paid app, for FREE– check back daily to see the free app.

Today March 22, 2011 they are offering Angry Birds Rio FOR FREE!

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