Based on this preview video, Tap Tap Radiation will be wickedly fun to play on the iPad. It definitely looks different from iPhone variations and uses all that extra screen space fantastically. Oh, and it's of course free.
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Tapulous, developer of the Tap Tap Revenge series of iPhone apps, is raking in $1m a month from sales through the App Store.
It's got avatars, chat, and premium songs, oh my! Soon-to-be-released Tap Tap Revenge 3 focuses on the social side of things, and it looks like it might pull it off well. Or maybe I'm just giddy about the Tiësto tracks.
A company called Tapulous is planning on delivering an iPhone app called Friend Book for the Friday launch that promises to turn your boring old address book into a "super address book" with features like a "face dialer" that allows you to place a call through your contact images. But that functionality pales in…