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Tuesday, October 19, 2010

A few weeks back, I reviewed a great game titled Canabalt by Semi Secret Software, which introduced the player to the form of free running i.e. parkour. Not to be outdone, Electronic Arts has decided to bring their critically acclaimed Mirror’s Edge title to the iPhone and introduce some new tricks to the free running genre.

iPhone apps Mirro`s Edge

Read More www.beatweek.com


Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Tango, makers of a cross-platform mobile video chat application for iPhone and Android phones, announced today that its app has been downloaded 1 million times in its first 10 days of release.

The company reports that Tango debuted as the number one social networking app on the App Store in nine countries, including the U.S., Taiwan, South Korea, Spain, and France. It has ranked in the top 10 Android communications apps since its release on September 30.

iPhone apps tangi video chat

Read More venturebeat.com


Did you lose your iPhone? Or are you looking for a way to move all the files from an iPhone 3G to an iPhone 4? Well now you can easily recover data from your lost iPhone or transfer files if you have taken an iTunes backup earlier. After syncing an iPhone, iTunes splits the iPhone’s backup data (including messages, contacts, images from the iPhone camera, and lots of other stuff) into several files. Access these files into readable formats is an easy task.

Read More mygadgetnews.com


Yahoo! Messenger, the immensely popular social networking app, has reached version 2.0 on the iOS platform, adding free video call support over WiFi, the ability to place and receive voice calls, and multitasking, for devices running firmware 4.0 and greater.

“Connect with your IM friends using video and voice with the newest Yahoo! Messenger app for your iPhone,” reads the update from Yahoo!.

Read More news.softpedia.com


Apple on Tuesday released the third beta of iOS 4.2 to developers alongside the second beta of iTunes 10.1, making subtle changes to the distributions of the former for both the iPhone and the iPad.

iOS 4.2 build releases seem to be following a two week cycle, as the first iOS 4.2 beta was released four weeks ago, with the second beta coming two weeks after.

Read More www.appleinsider.com


Wednesday, October 06, 2010

We’ve all seen ‘em: iPhone applications that are zany—and better yet—free. The virtual Zippo lighter? Been there. The app that blurts out bodily functions? Done that. The one that looks like you’re drinking a beer? So 2009.

Read More www.kpho.com


Skobbler has released an iPhone and iPad application that provides offline maps for those travelling within Europe, and said it plans to make an Android version available by December.

The ForeverMap Europe app uses data from the OpenStreetMap project, an open-source rival to Google Maps. It also provides the first low-cost rival to Nokia’s free Ovi Maps — which also has offline capabilities — for users of Apple’s iOS mobile operating system.

iPhone apps

Read More www.zdnet.co.uk


German Mac site Macerkopf.de received word Tuesday of Vodafone’s plans (Google Translation) for an Oct. 28 iPhone 4 launch in Germany, ending the iPhone exclusivity of Deutsche Telekom. The iPhone 4 would come locked to the Vodafone network. According to the report, Vodafone would begin showing ads for the smartphone on Oct. 18.

Read More www.appleinsider.com


Sunday, October 03, 2010

A mobile phone application costing less than £2 which tracks the precise location of passenger aircraft in the sky is a serious terrorist threat and should be banned, according to a security expert.

Read More www.dailymail.co.uk


Friday, October 01, 2010

Luke Geissbühler and his children are hardly the first people to send a weather balloon up into space with an HD camera attached. But that doesn’t stop us from watching in awe every time we see a DIY craft go up and send back shaky footage of Earth’s blue atmosphere bleeding into the black void of space.

iPhone space travel HD cam iPhone 4 Photographer

Read More www.switched.com


Barely a week after the launch of the iPhone 4 in China, the country biggest mobile carrier China Unicom has revealed that it managed to sell 100,000 units of the device so far.

However, what is more interesting is the map application that the Chinese iPhone comes with. Screenshots from the Maps application used in the Chinese iPhone 4 show the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh as a part of China.

Read More www.techtree.com


Wednesday, September 29, 2010

DisplayMate has perform extensive testing of LCD, IPS-LCD in Apple’s iPhone 4, AMOLED (in Google’s Nexus-One phone) and the Super-AMOLED as used in Samsung’s Galaxy S phones. The bottom line is that the Super-AMOLED and IPS-LCD are both great displays, but they say that the iPhone’s display is the ultimate winner.

Read More www.oled-info.com


Tuesday, September 28, 2010

If one of the things keeping you from getting an iPhone is the lack of a physical keyboard you need not wait any longer. Our sister site ThinkGeek is offering a new iPhone case that adds a physical keyboard which connects to the phone using Bluetooth and can be used with any iPhone app. A case is available for the iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS.

iPhone accessories

Read More www.geek.com


Microsoft has released an updated Bing for Mobile iPhone and iPod Touch app. The updated app brings with it new features for the mobile versions of Bing Travel and Maps.

Read More techcrunch.com


Monday, September 27, 2010

The Adidas miCoach (free) and Nike+ GPS ($1.99) iPhone training apps provide the motivation you need to get off your ass or take your fitness routine to the next level. They’re the best apps I’ve tried, but as you’ll see neither does it all.

Read More www.techlicious.com


- Navmii launches NavFree: turn-by-turn GPS Navigation for iPhone & iPad as a free download from iTunes
- Available initially for UK & Ireland, USA and Europe to follow quickly
- First no cost, high quality, easy to use voiced navigation with OpenStreetMap data
- Maps stored on the phone – no mobile data charges. Navigate even when there is no mobile network coverage

Read More www.businesswire.com


With its iOS 4.1 update, Apple rolled out a fun new feature just for iPhone 4 users – an HDR (high dynamic range) setting for the iPhone 4’s rear-facing camera. Dynamic range is the spectrum of light to dark that an eye, or a camera sensor, can read. Apple’s HDR setting takes three images at different exposures (underexposed, overexposed, in the middle) and combines them for an image with increased dynamic range. The resulting iPhone photos are closer to what the human eye really sees, with more details in the shadows and highlights than a standard image would have.

Read More www.macworld.com.au


We knew we wanted to join the legion of smartphone users when we discovered Shazam, the application which tells you what song you’re hearing so you never again have to say, “Oh man, I wish I knew who sings this song.” For oenophiles, perhaps the must-have app is Nirvino, the best selling wine app consisting of reviews, average retail prices, availability, etc. So it’s about time beer-o-philes got the same kinda love.

iPhone apps | beer rating Nirvino

Read More blogs.sfweekly.com


From France to Taiwan and the U.S. to the Middle Kingdom, Apple’s latest smartphone is sold out everywhere it’s available. As Apple’s “antennagate” inspired free bumper case program whimpers to a close on September 30, the naysayers have been firmly and convincingly silenced.

Read More iphonetouch.blorge.com


Sunday, September 26, 2010

iPhone 4 has the best display screen any mobile can offer. When iPhone 4 came out, there was a lot of buzz going around about the Retina display it had. Rightly so, Retina display offers the best combination of resolution, colors and size. We can safely say, iPhone 4?s retina display has changed the way we read text on mobile, forever.

iPhone retina display great wallpapers

Read More aleptu.com


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