RepoName is an app that allows you to find an application’s source by entering the title of the application. When the app opens, you will see a place where you can enter the title of the application you are looking for. Once you have entered the title, tap Enter. It will then display the url for the source that the app is in. For example, if I search for StreetFlow, it will give me the url for the iApp-a-Day source. If the source url is too long…just tap on it and use your magnifying glass to scroll over. If it doesn’t find the app it will give you a pop-up saying that it didn’t find that app but, it also gives you the option to request the app. If you select Request This App, it will open an email in which you can email the developer and request the application. I think this app has amazing potential though, at the moment it is very simple. I would love to see a fix so that url doesn’t hang off making you scroll over to see the whole thing. It would also be nice to have the actual name of the source as well as the url for that source. It seems to be able to find most of the basic apps however, there were a few that didn’t find (vWallpaper). I also noticed that is doesn’t always give you the developer’s source for an app. I personally like to have the original developer’s source and not a secondary source. Overall…I can see this being an extremely useful application! RepoName is available through the DavTeam source.