This Week’s RecApp

A slightly smaller batch of new apps to share with you all in this week’s recApp but there some apps that fill in the Directory where it was a little thin.  A cross-platform client, a photo viewing/sorting app, a Windows group messaging client, a dedicated mobile photo sharing app and an app that has been around for awhile but only recently was added to the Directory.


CauldronCauldron - for Mac / Windows / Linux - Cauldron is a cross-platform desktop client for Fire up Cauldron and immerse yourself completely in the experience with an application that’s neither light-weight nor mobile, but was instead tailor made for desktop computers and exclusively for Created by @chriscolon




PhotoliciousPhotolicious - for iPhone - Browse through various photos posted on App.Net in a familiar and fun way. Photolicious allows you to add App.Net accounts, browse through photos posted in your timeline, create new albums from #hashtag or @username terms, view comments on the photos and comment on them yourself.  Created by @larna




RoryProject Rory - for Windows - Project Rory is a group messaging client for Windows 7 and 8. Features private rooms for friends or coworkers, emoticons, and most importantly, animated GIF support. It’s also compatible with Patter and private messaging. It’s all your messaging needs in one place.  Created by @fam




SprinterSprinter - for iPhone - Sprinter is the easiest way to share photos with your friends on  Use the simple camera interface to capture a photo and apply a filter, add a caption to the post, & attach your current location.  For more on Sprinter read our more detailed blog post from last week.  Created by @rrbrambley and @derelk




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That’s it for this week.  We’ll be back with more apps to share with you in the next recApp.