In this week’s charmingly tawdry app roundup: Voices, creepily modulated! Annoying trips to Kinkos, averted! Cats, artfully superimposed! Photos, easily shared! iPhone speakers, blown! Call of Duty, iPhone’d! Google Maps, humiliated! Certifiably good games, discounted! And more…
Zosh is a $4 app that allows you to sign attached documents on your iPhone. Basically, you forward the emailed document to Zosh from the iPhone’s mail app, then you open the Zosh app to sign it (plus you can add a date and stuff).
I especially like this one because it’s not just a good way to sign documents on the iPhone, it’s a good way to sign documents in general. I mean seriously, who wants to scan their signature or jitter one out in MS paint? One catch: it only supports PDFs for now, so convert or die.[imgclear]
Cats can be added to pre-existing photos or cat-scarce shots from the iPhone’s camera, and either saved to your camera roll or sent via email. Using it takes a while to get used to: Once you’ve selected a cat from the app’s animal palette and set the slider for size, each tap on the photo instantly splashes a new cat at the point of contact, which can’t be edited, save for a temperamental shake-to-delete function.
It is the best thing, this app. $1.19.[imgclear]
This list is in no way definitive. If you’ve spotted a great app that hit the store this week, give us your first-hand impressions in the comments. And for even more apps: see our previous weekly roundups here, and check out our Favourite iPhone Apps Directory. Have a great weekend, everybody!