London Lite Thursday, 15 October 2009 17 Search for a stop: tags on the iPhone point to your nearest Tube A simple app that does exactly what it says on the tin, but is nicely designed. simply hold the camera phone up and youll see virtual tags pointing to any nearby Tube stations, along with the lines they are on and their distance from you. Tilt the device up and youll see stations that are further away as stacked icons. Then hold it flat, level to the ground, and a detailed Tube map will appear to help you make sense of it all. iPhone, 1.19 THE makers of Wikitude are preparing to launch a novel app that is essentially a GPS satnav without the maps. Just pop your device on the dashboard and youll see turn-by-turn directions to your destination, superimposed over the roads in front of you. It comes with integrated voice commands. iPhone and Android. Available at the end of the year This clever app lets you stare up at the stars and identify the constellations you are looking at. Just hold the viewfinder up and the pocket Universe will join the dots, so to speak. With a catalogue of more than 10,000 known stars and 88 constellations, it will even plot the position of our neighbouring planets for you. iPhone, 1.79 WheTheR youre a hiker, a biker or just plain outdoorsy, peaks will tell you all you want to know about the mountains around you. Just point your camera phone at one and it will tell you the names of the peaks, their altitude and, perhaps more importantly if youre running out of steam, how far away they are. handy if youre lost in a cloud. iPhone, 1.79 PeAks NeArest tube Wikitude drive PoiNt ANd FiNd NOKiAs point And Find will transform a seemingly inert movie poster into an online portal. Just point the camera at the poster and the app will recognise it and play you a trailer of the movie, give you local screening times, directions to the cinema and let you buy tickets. it also has a shopping feature that lets you compare prices of items online by scanning their barcodes with the phone camera. You can even tag items that you like to make a birthday wish list to share with others. Nokia, free Pocket uNiverse ONE of the first apps to go augmented, Wikitude links what you see with content from Wikipedia. Its all- encompassing, giving you the points of interest you would normally want, such as museums, monuments and Tube stations. But it also links into the online review website Qype. This means you can walk down a busy street and find out what other customers think about bars, restaurants and clubs without having to set foot in them yourself. iPhone and Android, free WikitudeWorldbroWser point to the future index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html