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Top 100 apps - the definitive guide

Sydney Morning Herald | June 21, 2011
Searching for a useful new app? Look no further than our selection of 100 apps. You won't be able to do without them.

"Owners of iPads have learnt to put up with the inconvenience of not being able to view videos made in the Flash format. Thankfully, that's changing as more publishers deliver their offerings in iPad-friendly formats. ABC iView was one of the first and is still one of the best, with a range of catch-up TV and other back-catalogue shows all up for grabs." Stephen Hutcheon

iPad/iPhone, FREE

A sophisticated news reader, Flud is able to learn what you regularly read online and provide customised content whenever you log on. Just select an article from one of the many personalised news feeds on offer.

Android/iPad/iPhone, FREE

You know the score: IMDb is a behemoth collection of film, TV and celeb info. But the app also lets you search show times near you, watch trailers, browse photo galleries and share movie info. We especially love the Best Picture winners list.

Android, FREE

It's the Instapaper client for Android phones and works in the same way, allowing you to cut and curate all the stories you find online.


iPad/iPhone/iPod touch, FREE

Hipsters rejoice! You can seek out the cool crowd across the country with these guides to the trendiest places in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide.

iPad/iPhone/iPod touch, FREE

Pick a location and this app tells you what exhibitions are on near you, as well as giving an alphabetical list of artists exhibiting each month and galleries in your state.

iPad/iPhone/iPod touch, FREE


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