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New Kindle apps! Password Manager, Flash Cards: Foods for Kids and Animals for Kids

July 12, 2011 Leave a comment

Here’s some new apps for the Kindle!

Password Manager (A Password Management Tool for Kindle)‘ by Mobigloo(the developer of the ff apps: Mahjong Solitaire, Sticky Notes, Next Puzzle Game, Easy Calculator & Reversi Deluxe) is available on the Amazon Kindle site for $4.99. Just click here to download!

Game Description

Password Manager stores your confidential data such as user names, passwords, and account numbers so you can have one convenient place to go when you need to look up that information.

Password Manager can store up to 500 items, and includes templates for credit cards, bank accounts, PIN codes, frequent flyer numbers, web site log-ins, memberships and more. You retrieve your stored account information using a single master password.

Password Manager offers a random password feature that generates strong passwords that you can use with your individual accounts, and a password strength indicator to help you create a strong master password. To help protect your data, your data is stored with AES encryption, and a security timeout feature will automatically log you off after 2 minutes of inactivity.

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And check out the other new Kindle app after the jump!

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New Kindle apps! Scripps Spelling Bee, Flash Cards & Choice of the Vampire

June 1, 2011 Leave a comment

Here’s some new apps for the Kindle – two of them are educational apps for those who share their Kindles with the kids!

Scripps Spelling Bee: Word Games (A Word Game for Kindle)‘ by THQ is available on the Amazon Kindle site for $2.99. Just click here to download!

Game Description

Scripps Spelling Bee on Kindle offers three word games: Word Search, Honeycomb Hunt and Mystery Bee.

In Word Search, the game displays a word box with words hidden among a grid of letters. The round is completed once you’ve found all the words or 10 minutes have passed.

Honeycomb Hunt is a word scramble game. You are given a list of words and a grid of hexagon blocks containing letters. The object of the game is to rotate clusters of letters until all the words on the list are found. The trick is that you must move letters by rotating them without disturbing a word you had previously created.

Mystery Bee is a hangman-style game. For each wrong guess, a body part is filled in on a picture of a bee. If you need them, you can get clues such as the definition of the word, or word’s origin.

Scripps Spelling Bee can be used to learn new words in 4 different levels of difficulty, and Spelling Bee can also help you learn your own word lists. Just type your study words into a word list and you can use those words in the games.

Scripps Spelling Bee will help make it fun to learn new words or to study your personal word lists. Get it today so you can truly “Bee” a champion!

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And check out the other new Kindle apps after the jump!

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