100,001 apps and growing

My son’s iPod Touch can fart in 32 different tones.  A recent visit to the App Store yielded featured apps on everything from finance to survival shooter games. I can find happy hour discounts in 5 cities, but I can’t find a good grocery store app that will help me list items by department. Nor can I find a good expense tracking app for my business.

Apple recently announced that the iTunes Store now offers 100,000 apps. Oh great – that should make things much easier…..

Actually, help is on the way for all us hapless iPhone and iPod Touch users looking for apps we can use. We (the BluePoint team) have been working with envIO networks on the launch of Chorus – a free iPhone app that went live in the appstore today. OK – I’m definitely biased, but Chorus really is the granddaddy of all apps – it’s the app that will help you sort through the clutter to find the apps that are right for you based on what your friends are downloading and using.

But don’t take my word for it. See what the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and TechCrunch have to say about it.

Want to learn more?  Check out the app and if you like what you see, download it for free from iTunes [iTunes link].  Don’t forget to post a review and let your friends know what you think.  Tweeters can go to @ChorusApps and let us know what you think.

— Posted by Alison Moore


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