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APPLICATIONS

STAR WARS COMMANDER

Liquid Text Inc

Disney

iPAD, iPHONE FREE

iPAD, iPHONE FREE

PRODUCTIVITY

LiquidText offers gesture-based reading and annotation for documents (PDF, DOC, PPT, web pages) so you can compare distant sections, take notes, build upon thoughts and pull out key facts from the text. It includes a workspace for extracting excerpts, assisting with research and making it a great tool as we head into school exam time.

GAMES

The Galactic War rages on. Where does your allegiance lie? Will you side with the Rebellion or the Empire? Pick a side and join the fight. You get to build your base, recruit and train your army, strategically plan your defences and lead your troops to victory on wartorn worlds throughout the galaxy. It’s your chance to make your own Star Wars and avoid George Lucas’ continual rewrites!

FING

EVERYTHING MACHINE

Overlook Soft

Tinybop Inc

iPAD, iPHONE FREE

iPAD, iPHONE $3.99

UTILITIES

EDUCATION

Home and office networks are getting more and more complex with more devices connecting than ever before. Fing scans your network and provides a list of connected devices, their network addresses and MAC addresses. This makes it easy to identify rogue devices and you can store notes and other information, so you know what’s happening on your network.

FODMAP FRIENDLY MEDICAL

Fodmap Friendly

iPHONE $2.49 The FODMAP friendly app contains data on specific FODMAP levels in foods, and lists them as percentages, giving you more control over your diet than ever before. It lists numerous new super foods, product availability, manufacturers’ details, information about the FODMAP diet itself, and contact details for dieticians with a background in FODMAPs. The app includes FODMAP content of hundreds of various foods including over 50 previously untested foods as well as each food’s overall pass/fail rating according to the FODMAP Friendly Certified levels. And if you’re on the look out for a FODMAP dietician, the app has a database you can search to find a practitioner near you.

The Everything Machine lets kids build anything they can imagine using the hardware and sensors already on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. It uses a visual programming language to combine your device’s camera, microphone, speakers, gyroscope and screen to make a light, a stop-motion camera, a kaleidoscope, a voice disguiser or anything else you can think of.

OCTOBER 2015 www.macworld.com.au

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