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As any filthy rich scoundrel who's made the trip can tell you, getting from New York City to the Hamptons can be a bigger pain than it's worth. If you've got the cash, Blade makes it easy. This new app lets you book a seat aboard a helicopter taking off from the East Side Heliport that will get you there in just 35 minutes or less, and back in the same amount of time. If there's not a chopper taking off when you want, you can book your own and crowdsource the seats, and should your ride be grounded for whatever reason, they'll drive you to your destination in a Maserati and give you a credit towards your next trip. Oh, and fret not, West Coasters — they're hoping to add LA to Vegas (and Boston to Cape Cod) service soon.

  • Amazon Music

    Amazon's had a music app for a while, complete with the ability to access any MP3's you've purchased from them, and anything you've uploaded from your own library to their cloud servers. But we get the feeling it's going to get a lot more use now. Thanks to the powers of Prime, Amazon Music now provides Amazon Prime members streaming access to over a million songs and hundreds of pre-made playlists — from the likes of Daft Punk, Band of Horses, Fleet Foxes, and many more — all as part of their existing membership. Everything's ad-free, you can download Prime songs to your phone or tablet for offline access, and like we said above, it's free — so go ahead and grab it.

  • SeaStatus

    Surfing, sailing, swimming, skiing, snorkeling — no matter what you're doing on the water, you're going to want to check the conditions before you head out. SeaStatus has you covered. This free iPhone app offers you a bevy of information for over 2,000 different seaside locations in the U.S., including things like wind speed and directions, temperature, weather conditions, swell height and direction, water temperature, high/low tide, and even 48-hour forecasts.