Media praise for Best iPhone Apps
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"A great help to sort through this iPhone app phenomena..."
-- , The Miami Herald
"I had a blast browsing through this full-color, 228-page book about the very best iPhone applications. "
-- , BoingBoing.net
"...a good guide to a new iPhone user or one who hasnt yet jumped into the App Store with both feet."
-- , Sacramento Book Review
"With several several thousand applications now available, a guide like this is needed and welcome."
-- , YYZtech.ca
"What I really liked about the book was that it turned me on to entire types of apps I hadn't thought about, and not just specific apps. I wound up looking some recommended apps up in the App Store and then finding a bunch of related apps I literally didn't know existed."
-- , PhoneDog
"This book is perfect for a non-technical new iPhone or iPod Touch user who isn't quite sure where to begin. "
-- , Click Here Technology Columns
"It is a quick read and a great resource for when you are looking for a certain type of application. I would put it on the top of my Christmas list for the person who has everything. "
"Best iPhone Apps is well written and provides an excellent summary of many of the best apps out there. It really condenses the App Store into a thoughtful display of the best of breed in many categories, and does it in a colorful book that you can read at your leisure."
-- , MLMUG.org
"This book is full of information but not too many pages. It is easy to thumb through and is quite entertaining even if you only have a few minutes to browse. It is descriptive and fun to read, sure to be a favorite for even discriminating readers."
-- , Alaskan Apple Users Group Blog (AAUG)
"Being a new owner of an iPhone, I was so impressed with this book. It offered me the knowledge I needed to get the most out of my phone. I highly recommend this book to anyone who is new to the iPhone or iPod Touch. The wealth of information contained in this one book is invaluable."
-- , Reviewer's Bookwatch: Suzie's Bookshelf