Notes by iBear, Scrubs, Stream for App.net and more new apps
Here's a list of new and notable iOS and Mac apps available today in the iOS App Store, Mac App Store and from independent developers.
Notes by iBear [iPad, Category: Productivity, $0.99] Write down notes and make beautiful sketches with this new notebook app from iBear.
Scrubs [iOS Universal, Category: Games, $2.99] The official mobile game from the hit ABC television series.
Stream for App.net [iPhone, Category: Social Networking, $3.99] A new App.net client for you social butterflies.
Starship Troopers: Invasion [iOS Universal, Category: Games, $0.99] The popular sci-fi franchise is now available as a game for your iOS devices.
Chronicle Touch - Bill Reminders [iPhone, Category: Finance, $2.99] Chronicle Bill management tool for OS X now lands on the iPhone. Pay your bills, view your payment history and sync all this information with your Mac.
DataMan Pro for iPad [iPad, Category: Finance, $4.99] Use DataMan Pro to track your data usage on your iPad and receive alerts before you hit your data cap.
Overcast [iOS Universal,Category: Productivity, $1.99] Overcast aggregates your cloud storage accounts and lets you copy files between services or download them to your device.
Bean [iOS Universal,Category: Utilities, $0.99] Simple and intuitive counting app that includes 9 different counters.
Hammer for Mac [OS X, Category: Developer Tools, $24.99] Hammer is an HTML publishing tool that supports HTML includes, SASS and Coffeescript parsing and Clever Paths.
Watermarker [OS X, Category: Productivity, $7.99] New utility for customizing images with a variety of watermarking options
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