New and updated iPhone and iPad apps for Wednesday, March 23

Every day, TiPb gets flooded with announcements for new and updated iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad apps and games. So every day we pick just a few of the most interesting, the most notable, and simply the most awesome to share with you!

  • Flow for iPhone: Keep your personal and professional life organized in one place - create, delegate, and discuss tasks. [Free, with Flow account - iTunes link]

  • Shazam: New friends feature: see what your friends are tagging – listen to previews of their tags, buy the track, watch videos and more! [Free - iTunes link]

  • Evernote: Create snapshot notes using the iPad 2 cameras, and on the iPhone, add titles, dates and location to images. [Free - iTunes link]

  • Atomic Web Browser: Update added search suggestions to full screen search. [$0.99 - iTunes link]

Any other big apps or game releases or updates today? If you pick any of these up, let us know what you think!

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Leanna Lofte

Former app and photography editor at iMore, Leanna has since moved on to other endeavors. Mother, wife, mathamagician, even though she no longer writes for iMore you can still follow her on Twitter @llofte.

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New and updated iPhone and iPad apps for Wednesday, March 23


IMDB just updated their app, Biggest change is you can now purchase tickets via the app. They also added support for their "Watch list"

It's a shame that Atomic or any other 3rd party browser can't take advantage of the Nitro speed increases. Apple supposedly closed off the API so only Safari proper can use them.

Ya it could always released in i0S 5 Apple normally includes new APIs in major updates and than expands upon them after further development and testing the later .1, .2,.3 updates that follow it like 4.2.1 AirPlay, 4.3 Airplay Video API

Atomic's management of tabs and configurable swipe gesture and three-finger-tap controls is awesome. These features should be built into Safari post haste.
Opening and Switching tabs on iPhone Safari is a pain in the neck. Much like how the App Store always kicks you out of the store when you download an App, Safari doesn't let you open background tabs, so you always get kicked out of the page you're currently reading whenever you click on something. Hey, Apple, maybe I wasn't done? Annoying!
I really do love using the Atomic Browser, BUT my overly paranoid nature does cripple it's usefulness for me. I'm afraid to provide it with my login and password details for any sites that have access to any of my personal or financial info. Which means no email, no shopping, no personalized news and searching. Basically, most of my internet viewing.
I'm 99.9% sure it and other popular 3rd party browsers aren't there to steal our information and sneak it back to hacker headquarters, but how can I be 100% sure?
Can someone help me out?