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.

  • Thunderspace

    Zone out and relax to the sounds of rain and thunder after a long day with Thunderspace ($1). This iOS app features true-to-life audio recordings of real thunderstorms, all in stereoscopic 3D sound — so it sounds like you're actually listening to a storm outside. The app also features realistic lightning flashes synced with the audio. It comes with two thunderstorms (roof garden and waterscape), and six additional thunderstorms are available as in-app purchases. Each storm recording loops seamlessly and lasts a while, perfect for falling asleep to, tuning out noisy neighbors, or for long commutes.

  • Motion Tennis

    Wii Sports, step aside, there's a new game in town, and it's Motion Tennis ($8). With an app available in the iOS app store, all you need to play realistic tennis in your living room is an Apple TV and an iPhone — no need for an additional (rather childish) console. The game uses the magnetometer, gyroscope, and accelerometer on your phone, so that it can accurately interpret your movements without the need for an external sensor. Setup is a breeze too. Just pair your phone with the Apple TV, and play (just don't let go).

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