We’ve put together the best apps you may’ve missed this week on iPhone and iPad.There are apps for reading your Twitter stream to you, sending a postcard through the postal mail, and even a fun retro platforming game.
If Twitter is for seeing what ideas are trending, Untappd is for seeing what beers are trending near you.
Tag what beer you're drinking, add a picture, and share to Facebook, Twitter, and Foursquare. Then, check out your news feed to see what people near you are tasting.
Rexly is an iPod app substitute that pulls in the music you have stored on your iPhone and broadcasts what you're listening to inside a news feed.
You can see what your friends are listening to as well, then give any song a thumbs up or thumbs down. Tap a song to actually listen to a sample of what your friends are listening to.
Cardcloud is a virtual Rolodex, letting you plug in your information, company logo, and even social network buttons onto a digital business card.
The app makes it easy to send and receive cards, and even easier to log online and see your cards. No iPhone required, either. The cloud version of the app is a great organizational tool too.
At its iPhone 4S launch event last week, Apple unveiled Cards, a new app that lets you create greeting cards and mail them to friends and family.
Not sure whose idea at Apple this was, but we're looking forward to checking it out.
Price: free on October 12th (each card is $2.99 shipping included)
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