MacDirectory Magazine

Winter-Spring 2010 (#44)

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38 MacDirectory FEATURE Locavore If you're looking for food that's fresh and local, Locavore will point you in the right direction. Use GPS or enter a zip code to discover food that's in season and grown nearby. Search for local farmers markets or tap I Ate Local to find out what people in your area are eating. $2.99. Public Radio Player Your iPhone doubles as a radio when you download the Public Radio Player. Tune in and enjoy hundreds of free public radio streams, featuring everything from local news and music to culture and commentary. Free. BeatMaker Your iPhone becomes a fully loaded music studio with the BeatMaker mobile music creation studio. Compose professional-sounding beats, record audio samples, and arrange patterns to create songs. Then export your compositions and share them with friends. $19.99. Wooden Labyrinth 3D Maneuver the metal ball as you tilt, tip, and bounce your way through hundreds of wooden mazes and obstacles. This Apple Design Award-winner for best student app combines realistic graphics with challenging levels that will have you dodging holes and jumping over walls. Still want more? Create new levels or download custom ones that other players made. $2.99. Blazing a Trail Whether you're hiking, biking, sailing, or skiing, MotionX GPS will map your route. Track your position anywhere in the world and record your time, distance, and speed. Snap a shot with your iPhone camera and post pictures along the way. For adventures worth sharing, download Trails and click to export your favorites so others can follow in your footsteps. MotionX GPS: $2.99. Top iPhone Apps Also, check out these hot new apps available on the App Store at

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