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New iPhone Apps: Mixlr, YouTube Capture, Yog

You’re probably always super busy. But the great news is there are apps that can make your life easier. In this round of the iPhone apps of the week, we’re giving you a video recording app and a way to make your own radio show.

Mixlr: Ever wanted your own radio show? You don’t need a multi-million dollar deal with Sirius, because Mixlr will let you broadcast your own program and tune into those produced by other people around the world. The content is up to you — talk radio, all house all the time, or your half-arsed attempt at playing the guitar. Free.

Yog: Running is better when you have a buddy. Find new running pals in any city, schedule a jogging sesh, and invite other people to join. You also get basic GPS and pace tracking, and in the end, it ranks you and your buds. A little healthy competition could help make you well, healthier. Free.

YouTube Capture: Have a moment you instantly want to share with the world? YouTube capture loads up all ready to shoot video that you can quickly upload and spread on your social networks. The best part? It won’t start shooting until you’ve turned your phone horizontally, so no annoying vertical iPhone video. Free.


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