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Steady Camera

Your iPhone can already do a little stabilization of its own, but if you've ever tried to film while walking, running, riding a bike, or otherwise moving in a jumpy way, you know it can only do so much. On its own, anyway. Download Steady Camera, and you'll have a way better chance of coming out with great looking footage. This new app uses the gyroscope sensors in your phone to know where the camera is pointing, automatically compensating for abrupt movements to give you footage that looks smooth as a Steadicam. And slo-mo junkies are taken care of as well - with the ability to set start and end points, sharing is as easy as render and tap.

  • Blade

    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.

  • eBay Valet

    Odds are you've got some old stuff just lying around your house that you've been meaning to get rid of — gadgets you don't use, collectibles taking up space, family heirlooms of indiscernible origin — but you'd rather not take the time to sell it on eBay. Fortunately eBay Valet has you covered, taking all the effort out of selling your stuff online, from the convenience of your iPhone. All you need to do is take a picture of the item you want to sell, and send it to your valet. They'll evaluate the item, give you an estimate, and send you a prepaid box to ship it to eBay. They'll handle it on their end, selling your stuff and sending you 70 percent of the profit.