iStartup is a US$1.99 application that shows you the key combinations to use on your Mac to remember various "vulcan nerve pinch" key commands to use when starting up your Macintosh--resetting NVRAM and PRAM for example, bypassing your primary startup volume, ejecting removable media at startup and more.
ListCalc, also priced at $1.99, is a calculator that displays a list of all the numbers you have previously entered, like a paper tape. You can add, remove or modify numbers as needed, and find the average or total.
TouchFont, priced at $0.99, lists every font that comes loaded on your iPhone or iPod touch. Fonts are grouped by family, and the lists enable you to view each font using several different character sets.
This story, "Bayhoff Software Hits App Store With 3 IPhone Apps" was originally published by Macworld.