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Priority Matrix (was 2,99USD)
Priority Matrix Priority Matrix helps you overcome information overload… When you have many responsibilities, it can be very challenging to know where to spend your time and effort — Priority Matrix is an insanely easy to use tool to help you balance work and life. You will *always know what to work on* Today, Tomorrow, This Week through the Master List that summarizes all your projects — and tell you your most critical and urgent tasks. Priority Matrix helps you focus on your priorities through the “4-quadrant method”, a natural way to categorize your tasks and ideas. Get it today.

Caricature Me   (was 1,59USD)
Caricature Me ✔ Turn your photos to Beautiful Caricatures
✔ Create unlimited Caricatures of your friends and families!
✔ High Resolution
✔ Photos can be taken directly from Camera or Photo Album
✔ Choose up to 9 different type of Caricatures
✔ Adjustment of Brightness and Contrast to achieve the best Results
✔ Sharing via Facebook,Twitter, Tumblr,Flickr and E-mail
Mirrorgram   (was 0,79USD)
Mirrorgram Mirrorgram lets you create beautiful and intriguing mirrored images with iPhone or iPod touch.Simply choose photos from the camera roll, or use the live, in-camera mirroring functionality. You can also apply artistic filters, and share your Mirrorgrams on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and StageBloc.
X Invasion 2: Extreme Combat (was 2,39USD)
X Invasion 2: Extreme Combat Those other flight sim games are fun, but do you find their controls and flight dynamics overly complex? X Invasion 2’s arcade style gameplay makes flight simple and intuitive so you can spend more time worrying about the action!
Hostile aliens have invaded San Francisco, and you are mankind’s last line of defense. X Invasion 2 redefines the 3D arcade-style flight combat genre with intense gameplay, epic storyline, and intuitive controls!
X Invasion 2 allows you to fly freely in true 3D over 10,000 square miles of photorealistic and geographically accurate views of the San Francisco Bay Area.

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