Posted on 13 April 2009 by Budi Putra
What iPhone apps are used most frequently? According to a report, 39% of iPhone users are using weather-related apps, followed by a quarter of iPhone users who using Facebook and games apps (20%).
Posted on 10 March 2009 by Alison Spong
iPhone Developer contracts are not as easy as one would hope if looking to renew. As the year closes since the doors opened for developers to make their own iPhone Applications, some may not be able to renew.
Posted on 14 January 2009 by Budi Putra
Since Apple said no to Opera Mini browser because it copies a feature that the iPhone already has in place, it's a really big surprise to get noticed that Apple suddenly allows third party browsers put into the App Store. These new 'lucky' applications include: Edge Browser (free), Incognito ($1.99), WebMate:Tabbed Browser ($0.99) and Shaking Web ($1.99).
Posted on 28 December 2008 by Shawn Brown
The iPhone Dev Team recently streamed a live video demonstrating an unlock of the iPhone 3G. They chose to stream the video so that no questions to the authenticity would arise. Before demonstrating yellowsn0w, a member of the iPhone Dev Team by the name of MuscleNerd streamed a video explaining that the notch cut out of his SIM card was ... continued »
Posted on 21 December 2008 by Shawn Brown
Those of you in Taiwan who went out and got the iPhone 3G the other day, you may have just picked up an unlocked iPhone 3G. Initial reports stated that these iPhone 3Gs would be SIM locked to Chunghwa Telecom, but it appears that a firmware issue left users able to use whichever SIM they choose.
Walmart has jumped on the ... continued »
Posted on 10 December 2008 by Shawn Brown
Today Truphone added the Truphone Anywhere functionality to their iPhone application, enabling users to make international calls for as little as £0.03/$0.06 per minute even when not connected to the internet. Truphone also added inbound calling on the iPhone for the first time.
Truphone currently works in 33 countries around the world to save iPhone users money on international calling when ... continued »
Posted on 05 December 2008 by Shawn Brown
Apple has finally opened the door to a new promotional code system that allows developers to get full versions of their applications into the hands of reviewers. Now developers can issue up to 50 promotional codes for their application.
These promo codes allow anyone who the developers wish, to download the full version of the application for free. By distributing these ... continued »
Posted on 04 December 2008 by Shawn Brown
The most popular game of the year for iPhone and iPod Touch has recently gotten a big makeover. It’s still the same great game, but now instead of tapping to the beat on the same old interface, you can tap away on many newly added interfaces.
Now if your expecting guitar hero you better go back to Tap Tap Revenge because ... continued »
Posted on 03 December 2008 by Shawn Brown
It appears that not long after the T-Mobile G1 comes out the iPhone starts snatching features like there is no tomorrow. First feature the iPhone received was Google Street View, a feature thought to be an Android exclusive. Now the iPhone gets its own Amazon store.
While this Amazon application is not the exact same as Amazon MP3, it still takes ... continued »
Posted on 03 December 2008 by Shawn Brown
Have you ever tried accessing AT&T’s free Wi-Fi service and found the process rather difficult or not working at all? Well you're not the first, luckily Devicescape has just released their connection tool to help access AT&T’s free Wi-Fi service without the headache.
Not you can bypass the SMS-based connection process and connect in one simple step. If you act quickly ... continued »
Posted on 19 November 2008 by Shawn Brown
Most of us MacBook or MacBook Pro owners are so in love with Apple’s products that we simply cannot resist getting the iPhone. With the love that we have for our MacBooks, we would gladly overlook the small inconveniences such as a 10-key pad. No longer do we have to go without thanks to the guys over at Balmuda design ... continued »
Posted on 18 November 2008 by Shawn Brown
Many of you iPhone owners will not be able to control yourself when you see the new Rovio by WowWee on store shelves. This radio controlled beast is more for adults and offers many fantastic features such as live video camera and even allows you to speak through it.
With no physical remote control, sitting at the computer controlling the Rovio ... continued »