Apps in the iTunes store.

Dream Grab is an easy yet powerful dream journal. Record your dream and choose spoken questions that will help you decode your dream. Record your dreams.
If your company uses Citrix to host applications, you can use Citrix Receiver to check your email, review documents, tune into project dashboards, and approve expenses from your iPad or any other device. Just ask your help desk for the URL to set up Receiver.
Hurricane Viewer amalgamates and disseminates
information about current Tropical Storms in the Atlantic, Caribbean, Gulf and North East Pacific offering multiple ways to view storm progression and impact.
CardKing is a personal reward’s card manager that enables you to save, recall and display your reward and club cards with the barcodes so merchants can scan the barcodes right from the screen on your iPhone.
The application which can be used anytime you want to calculate average speeds. Just enter the distance (lap length) then press start, and let lap speed run with it! With the Lap Speed application distance is measured in miles, kilometers or meters per hour. Set the length of the lap and then simply press start.
Sage is an amusing application that takes short pithy sayings and concatenates them with randomly selected portions of other sayings to form new, occasionally senseless and frequently accurate proverbs.
Are you stuck in the center seat on an airplane, listening to the ear shattering screech of the three year old sitting behind you as they kick the back of your seat to the rhythm of the Twilight Zone theme music? Don’t go ballistic and end up tie wrapped to your seat by an air marshall. Talk to Eliza!
Try your hand at governing ancient Sumeria successfully. Hammurabi (or, the game Hamurabi), one of the earliest computer games, is the great granddaddy of strategy and resource allocation games such as Civilization. Each year you determine how to allocate your scarce bushels of grain: buying and selling acres of land, feeding your population, and planting seeds for next year’s crops

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