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…Count It Off was thoroughly documented?

Count It Off

Count It Off is a new web app/iPhone app that helps you count calories and track your weight, and roobaLog has done a complete rundown of the before and after as the app went from concept sketch done on a long flight to the final 1.0 app that’s available now.

[roobaLog – Count It Off]

…Matt Gemmell plays Favorites?

Favorites

Matt Gemmell created Favorites for the iPhone, a ‘Speed-dial with style’ application that lets you dial your contacts by face instead of name, and created a very thorough and lengthy blog post about UI design decisions he made along the way, as well as some of the lessons learned during the development process with regard to creating software interfaces for the iPhone.

If you’re the type of person that enjoys knowing the decisions behind the design, then this post is for you, as it leaves no stone unturned in the quest to build the perfect app.

[Matt Gemmell – Favorites]

…SynchStep gives your life a beat?

SynchStep

If you’ve always wanted to have your own soundtrack, then check out SynchStep for the iPhone and iPod Touch.

SynchStep taps into the iPhone and iPod Touch’s motion sensor, and matches your music library to your pace. The result is that “every step you take lands in-time with a drum hit, a bass pluck, a piano chord”.

Unfortunately the beat that follows your feet is only available in “sucktacular beta” for now, but when the SDK goes live, prepare yourself for tons of fantastic apps just like this one.

[SynchStep]

[Via: Advertising Lab]

…Windows wants Quicksilver?

Quicksilver

Quicksilver is an app that simply sets the Mac apart, as any Windows counterpart has yet to come close to the functionality of the intuitive launcher.

However, that doesn’t mean they’re not trying.

Recently, both Lifehacker and Smashing Magazine put together rundowns of the best of the best Windows launchers, and though they’re not without their faults, it’s a good start for those that live within the Windows world.

Do you have a favorite?

[Quicksilver]

[Lifehacker – The Quicksilver-For-Windows Showdown]

[Smashing Magazine – Productivity Boost: Key Stroke Launchers]