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The Week in iOS Apps: Zombies!

Joel Mathis | Oct. 29, 2012
Get organized! Or get zombified! Either way, this week's roundup of iPhone and iPad apps has you covered.

Weave: There are lots of getting-things-done apps out there, but Weave demands a look for one reason: It comes from Intuit, the folks behind TurboTax. Presumably they know something about organization. The free iPhone app has been updated to include a "Money" screen to let you track your income and expenses, as well as a new ability to add notes on any project you have under way. And on shared projects, the app makes it easy to see who is making progress and who, um, isn't. The release also includes updates for iPhone 5 and iOS 6.

Zombiewood/NY Zombies 2: In honor of Halloween, we bring you two zombie-themed games. The difference between them? The free Zombiewood game takes place in Los Angeles; the $2 N.Y. Zombies 2 takes place in New York. Hear that, flyover country? You are completely safe from the zombie hordes! Everybody else? You're on your own.

Other apps of note: Prompt, the SSH client, now supports the iPhone 5, as does Dropbox ... CinexPlayerHD now supports even more video formats ... and Kindle's iOS app has been updated to let users default to the publisher-picked font on each book, as well as new tools to make textbooks more useful.

 

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