ZDNet App Wrap: January 14, 2013

ZDNet App Wrap: January 14, 2013

Summary: This week we look at the following newcomers from Apple and Google's app stores: Arrivo Sydney, Facebook Pages Manager, Fitocracy, PlayTube, PresentEasy, Python 3.4 for iOS, Share The Fare, and TrackMySpend.

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TOPICS: Apps, Australia
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    Python 3.4 for iOS

    Platform: iOS

    Price: AU$2.99

    Sometimes, some coding ideas are too good to let them get away, but they present themselves at times when you're away from your keyboard. Python 3.4 for iOS eliminates that problem by providing a complete development environment on iOS. It has an interactive interpreter for testing and writing code, and complete documentation.

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    Share The Fare

    Platform: iOS

    Price: Free

    Sometimes you land at the airport, watch the guy in front of you steal your cab, and then find out that you were both going to the same place, anyway. Share The Fare aims to save your cash and put like-destined travellers in the same boat — or taxi, as it were. Users are rated by other fare sharers, so for those late nights when travelling alone isn't a great idea, users can be assured that their "match" has been vetted.

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    TrackMySpend

    Platform: Android

    Price: Free

    The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has come up with its own personal expenses tracker, expanding its advice currently put together by financial planners and available on its website. The app, which is in beta, allows users to monitor their spending against a budget, and help identify where they could save money. Data can be backed up as well as exported to CSV format.

Topics: Apps, Australia

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