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An iPhone App for Catching Terrorists

Using tens of thousands of dollars of his own money, a U.S. Army soldier has created the world's first iPhone app for use on the battlefield.


Most iPhone apps help you find ice cream shops, cool bars, or even Shakespeare's favorite brothels, but how about an app that helps you capture terrorists?

Coming to the Apple App Store next month is Tactical Nav, an app that helps soldiers in combat map and survey battlegrounds, and then relay those coordinates to comrades. US Army Captain Jonathan J. Springer said the idea for Tactical Nav came to him in a dream in July 2010, and he's since sunk $26,000 of his own money into the app's development. With the help of a team of programmers, Springer's dream is now a reality, and he hopes Tactical Nav can become an important, useful tool for soldiers around the world.

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Word Lens App by Quick Visual Translates Through IPhone Video Watch This Cool Video Translation App Turn Spanish Signs Into English

Point your camera at a Spanish sign and your screen will show it in English. Like Photoshopping real life, in real-time, with a foreign language.

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New iPhone app translates basic Spanish via video on your cell phone: fun to play around with, not so good for Cervantes.

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