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    The Exonerator for iOS: Get Above Suspicion With the Click Of A Button

    Reap Technology today announces The Exonerator 1.1, their GPS-enabled lifestyle app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. The Exonerator was created to help users with leery eyes on them prove their whereabouts for whatever reason they need to as long as they have their mobile devices on them. Whether its a spouse that doesn’t trust you, a boss that thinks you’re ditching work, or someone else, The Exonerator is there to show exactly where you were and where you weren’t.

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    CulinartMedia’s popular Great Grilling App Is Now Available For iPhone

    CulinartMedia is pleased to announce the iPhone version of its popular Great Grilling app in the Lifestyle section of the App Store for $1.99 USD. BBQ and grilling enthusiasts will find over 50 mouth-watering grilling recipes that are sure to bring out the passionate griller in you!

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    Bible Audio Pronunciations iPhone App Released

    Giving readers an innovative new way to experience a sacred text, the Bible Audio Pronunciations iPhone application announces its recent launch, featuring audio recordings of over 1,600 challenging words.

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    Guys, Hang onto your ladies – My Virtual Boyfriend Has Arrived on iPhone.

    WET Productions is pleased to announce that My Virtual Boyfriend, has been approved and is now available on the iTunes app store. From the Creators of the hit iPhone game: My Virtual Girlfriend, comes the eagerly anticipated male dating simulation game for iPhone and iPad – My Virtual Boyfriend.

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    Cut Out The Middle Man When Buying Event Tickets

    Tickets on the Fly today announced the recent update of their mobile ticket buying app made for iOS. Compatible with the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch, Tickets on the Fly represents a unique take on the normal broker-to-person sales model that aims to do for event ticket sales and re-sales what organizations like Craigslist did for classifieds. Cutting out companies like Stubhub saves the customer up to 35% in fees.