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Essentially a gargantuan photo book, the app has over 30,000 photos of travel and historical sites from around the world.
It is a joint project between UNESCO World Heritage Centre and the apps creator Fotonauts. Descriptions for the photos are provided by UNESCO and Wikipedia.
Users can also share the photos through email, Facebook, and Twitter.
runtastic PushUps Pro
The goal of this app is to get their users fit enough to be able to do 100 push-ups in a row. It does this through a sports science training plan, voice coach, and a push-up counter that uses either a proximity sensor or by touching the screen with your nose.
It also contains other tools to keep track of your push-up workout.
The apps allow you to turn your iPhone or iPad into a portable scanner. We have come far since the days of bulky scanners. Scanner Pro uses special algorithms to remove shadows and sharpen scanned images.
Scans can then be emailed and printed, or uploaded to third-party storage providers, such as Dropbox and Google Drive.