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Free iPhone apps worth getting, 'Pandora' knows if you're Dem or Rep

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Free iPhone apps for iPad, iPod Touch worth downloading today begin with “Bug Heroes 2”, a free iPhone app action game about a bug's life, as “Pandora” reveals it knows if you're a Democrat or Republican—and it's telling campaign operatives how you'll probably vote, according to a Feb. 19 report in KVUE.com.

The free iPhone app, “Bug Heroes 2”, is a cute game about the life a bug and his friends as they search for food, build homes, go on missions and fight predators. There are 25 bug heroes to master, endless mode game play and a multiplayer option. Add these features to 360 degree camera views and cool 3D graphics and it's no wonder this free iPhone app is topping the download charts today.

The free online music streaming app “Pandora” knows more about you than you think—like who you're likely to vote for—and it's selling this information to both Democratic and Republican campaigns. “Pandora” can tell your political bent by the music you listen to. Do you listen to country? You're probably a Republican. Jazz? You're likely a Democrat. Hip-Hop? A swing voter. This music info, added to your age and zip code that you provided when you signed up for the popular streaming service, gives “Pandora” all the data it needs to predict how you'll vote. “Pandora” is now selling these projections to Democrat and Republican organizations—giving campaigns what they need to target their advertising. So, if you listen to Country and live in a zip code that went for Romney in the past election, you're not likely to hear an ad on “Pandora” from Obama endorsing a Democrat candidate in the upcoming mid-term elections, on the other hand....well, you get the idea.

You can flip and rotate your videos to change the orientation or just turn the image upside down for hilarious effect with the app, “Video Rotate & Flip” (Reg. $1.99), which is free in a super app deal today. With this app you can also add a mirror effect. Also, in another free app deal on “Video Crop & Zoom” ($1.99), which is super-hot today, you can crop and zoom any video you shoot.

In another big app deal today, “Palm Kingdoms 2 Deluxe for iPhone” (Reg. $5.99) is going free today. In this awesome game with beautiful graphics, you gather resources, command knights, attack castles and conquer new lands.

“Bug Heroes 2” is rated 12+ for violence, references to alcohol, tobacco or drug abuse, requires iOS 5.0+, is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and is optimized for iPhone 5. This free app also supports Game Center.

“Pandora” is rated 12+ for mature themes, mild profanity, sexual content and references to alcohol, tobacco and drug abuse. This free iPhone app is compatible with iPad and iPod Touch and is optimized for iPhone 5.

“Video Rotate & Flip” requires iOS 5.0+, is compatible with iPhone 4+, iPad 2+, iPad mini+, iPod Touch (4G+) and is optimized for iPhone 5.

“Video Crop & Zoom” requires iOS 5.0+, is compatible with iPhone 4+, iPad 2+, iPad mini+, iPod Touch (4G+) and is optimized for iPhone 5.

“Palm Kingdoms 2 Deluxe for iPhone” is rated 9+ for violence, requires iOS 5.1+, is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and is optimized for iPhone 5.

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