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Mem:o

Whether you want to track every purchase you make at the grocery, the number of hours you spent at the gym, or every book you've ever read, do so with the charmingly simple data visualization app Mem:o (Free). It allows you to view each snippet of data, or memo, as a circle, with bits of text and numbers to help add meaning. You then collect each of these related memos onto a board or calendar, letting you see all your information at once. Share your collections with friends on Facebook or Twitter, or just hoard them all and reflect back some day.

  • Morning

    There isn't much out there that could make mornings more bearable — but Morning ($3) will at least make getting up to speed a little more efficient. This iPad app lets you view all of your important information in one place, including weather, traffic, to-do lists, news, calendars, stocks, and the date and time. It makes all of this information available on one customizable screen, so you don't have to open up eight different apps just to figure out what the day has in store for you. Rearrange the tiles as needed, and choose from five beautiful themes, depending on what you like to wake up to.

  • MixBit

    From the team of co-founders who originally brought you YouTube, comes the newest stab at a social video app, MixBit ($Free). Similar to some other popular video apps, it lets you record short (16 second) video clips and share them within the app, and on other social networks. It then lets you take other MixBit clips, and mix them with your own, creating remixed video compilations up to an hour long, and sharing them on the web. Unlike its competitors, all uploads are completely anonymous, and there is no commenting system.