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I pay the yearly fee for AMC Stubs, and this gives me the ability to purchase tickets from my iPhone 5 with no fees, while also earning Stubs Rewards to then buy snacks or movie tickets with reward dollars. I also like that the application includes RunPee support so you can figure out when it is advised to make a bathroom or popcorn refill trip out of the movie.
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I am not much of a gamer, but I do enjoy casual games where I can play for 5 to 10 minutes and then move on. I saw a few people talking about Dots: A Game About Connecting on Twitter, so I decided to go check it out.
It turns out that this was not a very good choice, as I now cannot put down the game and keep playing. The game is fairly simple: You connect dots using straight lines (diagonal lines are not allowed), and try to clear as many as possible in a minute. Stats are collected and presented after the game is over.
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Platform: Windows Phone
I live about 45 miles from where I work, and in the Puget Sound area, this means weather conditions can be different between these two locations. My buddy Rafe Blandford, from All About Windows Phone, recommended that I test out Weather Flow.
Weather Flows looks great, and one of my favorite features is the ability to have it appear on the lock screen with the Bing daily image appearing as the background image. Weather seems to be accurate, and the app is very attractive.