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By Mobile Streams on March 01, 2012
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Saint Patrick’s Day, March 17th, 2012 Little is known of Patrick's early life, though it is known that he was born in Roman Britain in the 4th century, into a wealthy Roman British family. His father and grandfather were deacons in the Church. At the age of sixteen, he was kidnapped by Irish raiders and taken captive to Ireland as a slave. It is believed he was held somewhere on the west coast of Ireland, possibly Mayo, but the exact location is unknown. According to his Confession, he was told by God in a dream to flee from captivity to the coast, where he would board a ship and return to Britain. Upon returning, he quickly joined the Church in Auxerre in Gaul and studied to be a priest. Celtic Garden free for Android Inspired by a visit to Ireland, discover a hidden grove nestled deep in an enchanted forest. This serene, calming garden scene with a Celtic flare will brighten your day wherever you go. In the full version, you can customize from hundreds of possible combinations to make this beautiful garden your own! This live wallpaper features a verdant animated Irish forest with a charming fountain in the center. The three-dimensional dynamic scene includes animated water, shamrocks, cascading sunlight, and more. Tap the screen to cause fireflies and fairies to float through your garden in the full version. Shamrock Clock .99 for Android For the true Irish, a must have app!! Shamrock Clock is a widget analog clock with a lot o’ green and Irish themes, like shamrocks and leprechauns. Every day is St. Patty’s day with this theme widget. Irish Slang $1.25 for Android The Irish language contains a rich array of slang words and phrases. This can be particularly seen when examining the day to day language of the average Irishman. Our Irish Slang application is a Dictionary based application that is loaded full of Irish Slang. As always, Appitalism wishes you a warm and celebrative Saint Patrick’s Day, please play SAFE!
By Mobile Streams on February 22, 2012
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Daylight Savings, Sunday March 11th, 2012


Daylight saving time is the practice of temporarily advancing clocks during the summertime so that evenings have more daylight and mornings have less. Typically, clocks are adjusted forward one hour near the start of spring and are adjusted backward in autumn. Modern DST was first proposed in 1895 by George Vernon-Judson and it was first implemented during the First World War. Many countries have used it at carious time since thing.


SpringAhead .99 for iOS


Discover when and where people observe Daylight Saving Time and Summer Time, and when you should switch your clocks.

Twirl the globe, zoom in with a pinch, and tap on a country. Or type in a country name. You’ll learn whether or not that country observes Daylight Saving Time, and if so, what date and time it will start or end during any given year.
Share the dates! You can remind others to spring ahead or fall back thanks to the app’s full integration with email, Facebook, and Twitter.


In addition to must-have information about places, dates, and times, this interactive eBook explores the rationale behind Daylight Saving Time, its history, and its unintended consequences. Does having more daylight in the evening really save energy? How can Daylight Saving Time switch the birth order of twins? How did Daylight Saving Time thwart would-be terrorist bombers?



By Doo Kim on January 30, 2012
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Africa Cup Of Nations 2012 free for Android

The 28th Africa Cup of Nations will take place in West Africa and is hosted by two countries, Gabon and Equatorial Guinea. The matches will be played in stadiums across both countries in the following cities: Libreville, Malabo, Bata, and Franceville. The tournament kicks off on January 21, 2012 in Bata (Equatorial Guinea), with the final taking place on February 12, in Libreville (Gabon).

Sudan is the only East African nation in the tournament but Sudan started qualifying as one country, and is now two. Players from both Sudan, and what is now South Sudan, will be playing to win and hopefully this will be a chance for the people to feel a bond of unity. Libya and Tunisia will both still be playing despite going through revolutions in 2011

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That's the power of soccer in Africa, nothing will stop the game from being played! Although the Libyan team will not be playing in their traditional green shirts, instead they'll be sporting new shirts bearing the pre-Gadhafi national flag. Togo did play for a spot in the tournament despite the horrific attack they endured in Angola, 2010. Unfortunately they failed to qualify. Egypt also failed to qualify despite winning the tournament a record seven times, including the last tournament played in Angola in 2010.

Next game is today, at 1PM. Ivory Coast v. Angola playing at the Stade d'Angondie!
By Doo Kim on January 27, 2012
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Who's your team??! Whoever you are rooting for, we have the perfect apps to keep you in the loop. Missed a game? Get automatic updates with these hand picked applications. FC Manchester United, free for AndroidManchester United, if you are a loyal Manchester United fans. This application is your only choice, offering the latest Manchester United news, video, transfer information, results and league position.Man-United Massive News, $.99 for iOSThe all in one tool for a true Man United Fan. From HD videos to live news, podcast, formation builder and many other amazing features. This new blazing update brings some of the most advance features to please any true red devil. - Match Notification: even if the application is closed you will be notified before each match. - Live updates with 2 seconds delay from real-time. - Create your suggested formation, move or change players. - Create your dream team, very much like Fantasy football. - save your formation to your album or share it directly. - Every article can be posted directly to your Facebook, Twitter and 200 other social services. - Full Statistics, Top scorers, Cards etc. - A nightstand clock which display the time and date along with last / next match information. -Live commentary. - No extra fees and we update like mad. This application was created by fans, for the fans. Football League Clubs' App, free for AndroidGet the 2011/12 Football League Clubs’ app for all the latest news, goals, match highlights, video news and up to the minute stats from your club in The Football League.Features included in the free version:• Official and Exclusive News from your club. • Live Match Score Centre. • Player Profiles from your club. • Fixtures, tables and scores from the npower Football League and Barclays Premier League. • Follow more than one team.Championship Manager, $4.99 for iOSThousands more players and teams, giving you more choice all up-to-date with the latest players for the current ...
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