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151 Air, Web and iPhone Apps for Web Developers

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It seems like you can't go two yards without bumping into apps these days. Whether it's iPhone apps, web apps, or even Adobe Air apps - when used judiciously they certainly can boost your productivity and workflow. Of course over-apping has it's dangers as my over encumbered Firefox will tell you! Still there is something mightily addictive about adding more and more awesome little tools to your arsenal.

On our sister blogs Web.AppStorm and Mac.AppStorm we've been running a series on apps and browser add-ons for web designers and developers. If that sounds like your cup of tea, be sure to head over and check out:

And on the subject of over-apping, here's a comic from Mac.AppStorm's Mactastik strip:

Finally for more iPhone apps, don't forget to check out iPhone.AppStorm's list of 100 Useful Free iPhone Apps.

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