Yahoo-owned Android launcher Aviate groups your apps into collections and show them to you when the time (or location) is right.
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The latest version of the save-for-later app organizes everything you save into categories, making things easier to find.
The layout of Thirst for iOS is extremely intuitive, with big photos you can touch to read the latest stories from a specific topic.
A new service launched at Demo 09 helps groups organize their email into a "mail space."
The Mufin Player recommends similar songs based on an audio analysis, but the first beta version has a litle trouble identifying song information from iTunes.
Create and maintain fitness routines with this Web application for iPhones and iPod Touch devices. Using it is easy; working out, however, is up to you.
Track business and personal accounts with PageOnce's iPhone and iPod Touch application. It's one of the easiest way to keep an eye on your finances from your pocket.
Track your media all over the Web with Traackr.
Track financial news throughout the day using Streetread.
CEO Marissa Mayer at CES says Yahoo has acquired Aviate, a smartphone launcher that automatically organizes your apps based on usage data and locations. Financial terms weren't disclosed.