iPhone: With Vuvuzela 2010 you can recreate the drone of the South African horn on your iPhone. The World Cup in South Africa will be remembered largely for the howls of the vuvuzela that accompanied every game. Vuvuzela 2010 allows you to cheer on your team, simply by tapping the screen, or shaking your iPhone to emit the wail of the horn.
Windows: When all your photos need is a simple retouch here and there, a light photo viewer and editor like StylePix is more than enough. This great app includes all the necessary tools to fix and optimize images, as well as a bunch of filters and special effects to spice them up. It can process images in batches and has supports for layers.
Mac: Bulkr is an Adobe Air based app for backing up your Flickr stream. Some of us have had Flickr accounts for years now, and Bulkr offers a simple way to download sets of photos we don’t have on our computers. After installation, you have to sign in to Flickr to give Bulkr permission to access your images. Then you can download, either in bulk, sets or single images with six image size settings available.