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Check The Weather

Let's face it: the iPhone's built-in Weather app isn't the most useful thing in the world. If you're the type of person that likes a little more information about what's going on, you should love Check The Weather ($2). It gives you quick access to current conditions, hourly temperature and precipitation forecasts, an extended 16-day outlook, astronomical data, hazardous weather alerts from the NWS, and Doppler Radar precipitation maps, all within a gorgeous interface with clean design and world-class fonts and icons. And it's hard to buy anything world-class with just two bucks. [via]

  • Devour App

    Our favorite site for watching awesome videos — Devour.com — has now made our favorite app for watching awesome videos. Just like the site, the Devour iPhone/iPad App (Free) is packed with amazing/hilarious/insightful hand-picked videos, saving you from sifting through the bajillions of YouTube and Vimeo crapola videos yourself. The Devour app has both Latest and Most Popular categories, along with an app-exclusive Leftovers category full of videos that barely missed the cut of the legendary Devour.com homepage. The app also brings AirPlay support for watching videos on your television (Apple TV required), a button for surfing videos randomly, and the ability to save your favorite videos to your own Playlist. We don't always watch web videos, but when we do, we prefer Devour.com.

  • Cardiio

    Is it magic? We're not sure, but we are sure that Cardiio ($5) can do something it shouldn't just by looking at your face. Based on MIT technology, it measures when your face is reflecting more light and when it's not, giving you a semi-accurate idea of your heart rate without ever having to strap a single sensor to your wrist, chest, or nether regions. [Scouted by Richard]