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My Confucius App for iPhone - Let Confucius be your guide

Oct 31, 2010 - iLemon Apps has announced My Confucius 2.0 for iOS devices. Confucius emphasizes the "Six Arts": music, ritual, computation, chariot-riding archery and calligraphy. Confucius was a Chinese thinker and social philosopher, whose teachings and philosophy have deeply influenced Chinese. Learn and practice these wise words whenever you feel the need, wherever you are. Go beyond your habits and improve your life. Find peace with yourself following the widsom's path.

Lao Tzu App for iPhone - Lets develop your intuition for a better life

Oct 31, 2010 - iLemon Apps has announced Lao Tzu 1.0 for iOS devices. Lao Tzu lets develop your intuition and personal power for a better life with Lao Tzu. This a famous Chinese Taoist Philosopher. His date of birth is unknown but most of the sources place his birth between 600 and 300 B.C.E. Lao Tzu is also considered to be a contemporary of Confucius. Lao Tzu is the author and founder of the eighty-one sayings "Tao-Te Ching".

Many Balls App for iPhone - Oooh my too many balls here

Oct 31, 2010 - iLemon Apps has announced ManyBalls 1.0 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. ManyBalls is exclusively reserved to the people who possess an extremely developed and accurate visual memory. Guess the exact number of balls visible on the screen. A wrong estimation and you lose your pants and your credibility. A perfect guess and you win again a little bit of credit. Your image improves therefore to the eyes of your friends and your family.

My Daisy 1.0 released for iPhone - Cupid sends his Piercing Dart

Feb 18, 2010 - iLemon Apps has announced My Daisy 1.0 for iPhone and iPod touch. The holiday is named after one or more early Christian martyrs named Valentine and was established by Pope Gelasius I in 496 AD. Valentine's Day is the day on which lovers express their love to each other by sending cards, offering flowers and more. The holiday first became associated with romantic love in the circle of Geoffrey Chaucer in the High Middle Ages, when the tradition of courtly love flourished.