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Anthm

Leverage the vast library of Rdio to power your next party soundtrack using Anthm (Free). This unique app lets everyone at your kegger fancy soiree add songs to the playlist, and vote songs up or down to affect their play order. It's like iTunes' DJ feature, without the limitations of your '70s pop-oriented music collection. [Scouted by Sean]

  • Clear

    Son. We're simply stunned that a simple to-do app can be more fun than any game we've ever downloaded. Complete with Nintendo-esque sound effects and a sweet 70's-style icon, Clear ($1) is a list-keeping wunderkind that uses nothing but gestures — swipe right to check off an item, swipe left to delete one, pinch to close the list, pull down to create a new one, tap and hold to reorder — to make and manage all of your life's lists. You need to see it in action for yourself. Getting stuff done has never been this enjoyable.

  • Proof

    We suppose it was bound to happen sometime. Proof (Free) is — ahem — proof that social drinking games can elegantly make the transition from card table to tablet. Optimized for the iPad, Proof is a web app that takes players on a virtual tour of Scotland through the tasty — and tipsy-ing — world of single malt scotches, requiring each player to provide tasting notes while learning about the regions where they come from. Sounds like a great way to spend a cold, dreary Friday night.