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ZDNet App Wrap: 12 September 2011

There are always cool new apps coming out, so it's hard to keep up. ZDNet Australia brings you a taste of some of the apps that have surfaced or been updated recently.

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(Credit: Evernote)

Evernote for PlayBook

Price: Free
Platform: BlackBerry

Evernote has now released a version of its popular cloud note-taking service for the BlackBerry PlayBook. The app allows users to take notes on the go, which get stored online. Recordings, photos and other files can also be added to notes. These notes can be accessed and synced to desktop, too. The Evernote team has gone for a two-column approach for the app, with the note list on the left and the selected note on the right. Users can also view the note in full page.

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(Credit: Kaseya)

Kaseya Agent

Price: Free
Platform: iOS (iPhone), Android

Kaseya Agent brings the Kaseya IT systems management platform to mobile phone and tablet devices, enabling IT professionals to manage IT policies remotely. The app allows users to automate email configuration and settings to one or many devices; track mobile devices via history or in real time; force an alarm sound to track lost devices; as well as lock, wipe and reset stolen devices. Users need an on-premises or cloud implementation of Kaseya K2.

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ALDI Australia

Price: Free
Platform: Android, iOS (iPhone)

ALDI app users can see what specials are available, can save items to a mobile shopping list and find stores. The app's release comes shortly after that of the Woolworths app, which has more features, such as a barcode scanner to enter groceries into a shopping list. Woolworths last week released an Android app as a supplement to its iPhone app.

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(Credit: Juliana Pena)

StickyTiles

Price: Free
Platform: Windows Phone 7

StickyTiles is like the Mango equivalent of putting a post-it note in your wallet. It allows you to write coloured, double-sided notes and stick them to your home screen so that you can easily remember any little tasks and errands you have to complete on any given day. The notes flip over every few seconds so you can see both sides, and to delete them once you have finished your errand, all you have to do is unpin it.

So next time you go to say, "Note to self", you can actually write a note to yourself rather than inflict your scintillating wit on your friends.

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Symantec Mobile Management Agent

Price: Free
Platform: iOS (iPhone and iPad)

The Symantec Mobile Management (SMM) Agent helps secure and manage iPhones and iPads in enterprises for those who have Symantec Mobile Management server in the enterprise. It enables devices for corporate use, configuring access to corporate assets such as email, Wi-Fi, VPN and documents. It also secures the device and its data, activating passwords, access and wipe controls, and keeping personal data separate from corporate.

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Domino's Pizza

Price: Free
Platform: iOS (iPhone), Android

Hungry? Dominos has released an app to help users get their pizza fix. The app allows users to browse through products or create their own pizzas. They can choose pick-up or delivery and can even track the order. Users can also create an account to save orders.

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BMC Requests 7.6

Price: Free
Platform: iOS (iPhone and iPad)

This app brings BMC Mobility for Service Request and Approval Management, which enables users to request services and report incidents, to the iPhone. Managers can review and approve requests on their device.

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triple j

Price: Free
Platform: iOS (iPhone)

The app allows users to stream triple j live, listen to programs on demand, interact with presenters and talk about the show on Twitter. Users can also rate tracks being played on the list of recently played tracks.

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